Includes bibliographical references (p. -223) and index
|Statement||edited by Anne Brockbank, Ian McGill and Nic Beech|
|Contributions||Brockbank, Anne, 1943-, McGill, Ian, Beech, Nic|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||2002100273|
Reflective practice is, in its simplest form, thinking about or reflecting on what you do. It is closely linked to the concept of learning from experience, in that you think about what you did, and what happened, and decide from that what you would do differently next time. Thinking about what has happened is part of being human. This book gathers together details of seventeen case studies of learning in practice, after having set the issue of reflective learning in a theoretical context. The cases are drawn from a wide range of situations and discuss both apparent successes and failures. The cases are used as a basis to develop general findings. These general findings are expressed as themes and questions so . Now in its second edition, Teaching and Learning through Reflective Practice is a practical guide to enable all those involved in educational activities to learn through the practices of reflection. The book highlights the power that those responsible for teaching and learning have to appraise, understand and positively transform their by: It takes a fresh look at experiential and reflective learning, locating them within an overall theoretical framework for learning and exploring the relationships between different approaches. As well as the theory, the book provides practical ideas for applying the models of learning, with tools, activities and photocopiable resources which can 4/5(13).
A chapter presenting different ways of undertaking and facilitating reflective practice; Further international coverage, including material from Australia, New Zealand and the United States. The Third Edition also includes: An annotated glossary explaining key terms; End-of-chapter activities and exercises. This book is very helpful in advancing the knowledge of our students about the ethos of reflective practice. On the course in question, we utilise academic reflection, and for many students who go into the world of Law Enforcement post graduation, this grounding really helps their understanding of reflection in professional practice. Recommended. Reflective Practice is the foundation of professional development; it makes meaning from experience and transforms insights into practical strategies for personal growth and organisational impact. It involves integrating activities into daily life on . The reflective practice revolves around the concepts of learning from different life experiences. In this, we analyze our past responses in some situations, the outcomes of your interventions and then you learn from those experiences, so you can make better decisions and responses if similar sorts of cases occur in the future.
Reflective practice in education and training 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Ltd doi: / Roffey-Barentsen, Jodi and Richard Malthouse. Reflective Practice in Education and Training. Second Edition ed. 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Ltd, doi: / Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reflective learning. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Get this from a library! Reflective learning in practice. [Anne Brockbank; Ian McGill; Nic Beech;] -- The key purpose of this handbook is to unlock the learning process that can lead to and support improvements in organisational performance and facilitate change, a phenomenon that is . Reflective learning, in short, is about taking the steps necessary to internalize information and apply it to life. It has many advantages for students, as it allows them to really digest what.