Reflection Through Interaction: The Classroom Experience of Pupils with Learning Difficulties

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Psychology Press, 1996 - Education - 187 pages
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Growing evidence suggests that pupils with learning difficulties can be helped to learn more effectively by developing reflective activity. This text proposes ways in which teachers can develop reflection in pupils with learning difficulties, including classroom talk and challenging activities.
 

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Contents

Reflection and Effective Learning
20
Reflection within the Classroom
37
Classroom Interaction
52
Pupils Classroom Experiences
65
Reflective Episodes and their Context
87
Behind and Beyond Reflective Classrooms
114
Mainstream Contexts for Reflection
137
Classrooms for Reflection
167
References
181
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Watson is a principal consultant with Distinctive Edge Consulting and Training Services, has been a human resource specialist for over 18 years.

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