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The role of reflective practice in teaching.

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The role of reflective practice in teaching.
Individualistic VS Socialistic
Reflective practice: A definition
Gibbs' Cycle of Reflection
Adam Tomlinson, David Ward, Lucy Brighton, Thomas Coe
References
In Conclusion
One of the great discussions?
Osterman and Kottkamp
Schon
Fook
Boud and Walker
Pollard
Qing
Pawan
Gibbs
Paterson and Chapman
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Fook, J. (2010) Beyond reflective practice: reworking the critical in critical reflection. In Bradbury, H. Frost, N. Kilminster, S. Zukas, M. Beyond Reflective practice: new approaches to profession lifelong learning. Oxon: Routledge
Frost, N (2010) Professionalism and social change: the implications of social change for the reflective practitioner. In In Bradbury, H. Frost, N. Kilminster, S. Zukas, M. Beyond Reflective practice: new approaches to profession lifelong learning. Oxon: Routledge.
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Can reflective practice ever been solely individualistic?
Any Questions?
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