Reflective Practice For Teaching In Lifelong Learning: n/a

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Mar 1, 2012 - Education - 120 pages
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This book makes the case for reflective practice in post-compulsory teaching, showing how reflective practice might support teachers, as well as being compulsory.
 

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Contents

1 Why reflect on practice?
1
2 A basic model of reflective practice
12
3 Levels and models of reflective practice
22
4 Collaborative reflective practice
33
5 Guided reflective practice
46
action research
54
7 Reflective practice and continuing professional development
70
8 Problems and limitations in engaging in reflective practice
85
9 Some theoretical perspectives
92
10 Conclusion
100
References
103
Index
107
Advert
112
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Ian Rushton and Martin Suter are both Senior Lecturers in the School of Education and Professional Development at the University of Huddersfield, UK.

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