Reflective Practice. Aims & Outcomes. Clarify what is meant by reflection Identify & discuss strategies & techniques of reflective practice Recognise how this leads to evidence of output / impact. Common-sense views of reflection. Links between reflection and learning
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“It is because professionals face complex and unpredictable situations that they need a specialised body of knowledge; if they are to apply that knowledge, … they need autonomy to make their own judgements. Given that autonomy, it is essential that they act with responsibility; collectively they need to develop appropriate professional values”
Furlong et al (2000 : 5) cited by Jocelyn Robson in ‘Teacher Professionalism in Further and Higher Education’, (2006 : 11)
Models and theories to support reflectionHitching J (2008) Professional Development in the Lifelong Learning Sector Maintaining Your Licence to Practise, Learning Matters