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Transcript of Reflective Practice
reviewing an experience from practice
in order to describe, analyse and evaluate and so informs learning from practice.' Reece and Walker (2007) citing Reid (1993) Theories Kolb 4 Stage Model of Learning Gibbs The Reflective Cycle Reflective Practice and me... 'A sign of a true professional is to undergo an experience, reflect upon it and learn so that there is an improvement in their professional practice.'
Reece and Walker (2007) "How I will do it better for the next 'concrete experience'" Brookfield Assumptions underpin actions. Seek these out, play
Devils Advocate and think of a counter argument.
You now have 2 sides of an argument to evaluate. Schon Computers in the classroom - Facebook
Old teachers set in their ways. Lesson plan worked 20 yrs ago, does it still work today? Reflection In Action Reflection On Action As a teacher... I relate to Schon. I'm relatively new to teaching and so problems often arise that I must deal with on the spot. Especially in a less formal, sporting context. I reflect on my actions afterwards and make plans for the next session. As a learner... Gibbs' model makes the most sense to me. It importantly brings emotions into the picture which helps me analyse the success or otherwise of a session. Moving Forward... -Increase reading and use more varied resources
-Familiarise myself with UWE online resources
-Numeracy and ICT is good and meet my needs, but need to work on punctuation.
-Embedding functional skills
The practitioner allows himself to experience surprise, puzzlement, or confusion in a situation which he finds uncertain or unique. He reflects on the phenomenon before him, and on the prior understandings which have been implicit in his behaviour. He carries out an experiment which serves to generate both a new understanding of the phenomenon and a change in the situation.
(Schön 1983) http://www.infed.org/