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AHECS B iennial. The Reflective Practitioner John Hannon (and DK!!). "Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." ― Søren Kierkegaard. Reflective practice.

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ahecs b iennial
AHECS Biennial

The Reflective Practitioner

John Hannon (and DK!!)

reflective practice
Reflective practice
  • John Dewey defined reflective thinking as "active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusions to which it tends [that] includes a conscious and voluntary effort to establish belief upon a firm basis of evidence and rationality, " (1933, 9).
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Gibbs, G. (1988) Learning by Doing: A guide to Teaching and Learning Methods. Oxford: Further Education Unit, Oxford Polytechnic.
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Curiosity – What were they saying in 2009?

  • Stop and Measure
  • the Roses

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Activity Volumes – GUESS

  • High 11+ Medium 5-10 Low - less than 5
  • Students on placements (volunteer / overseas / work experience)
  • Career development programmes in academic schools
  • Student waiting times
  • Student type (subject, year, nationality, ethnicity, gender…)
  • New initiative proposals
  • Successful proposals with funding
  • Careers fairs
  • Vacancies

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Answers

  • High 11+ Medium 5-10 Low - less than 5
  • Students on placements (volunteer / overseas / work experience)–MEDIUM
  • Career development programmes in academic schools– HIGH
  • Student waiting times– MEDIUM
  • Student type (subject, year, nationality, ethnicity, gender…)– LOW
  • New initiative proposals–LOW
  • Successful proposals with funding– LOW
  • Careers fairs– HIGH
  • Vacancies– HIGH
  • Busyness ---- Competitive advantage ----Relevant ---- Popular

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Agendas

(Watts & Butcher 2008)

EmployerEngagement

Employability

Enterprise

PDP

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Conclusions

Understanding & interest

More measurable outcomes

Question & define purpose

Relationships

Mgt info & skilled staff

Evidence value

Confidence & assertiveness

Incorporated

Successful strategies

Open communication

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Issues &Challenges – Change?

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