Developing Reflective Practice

Author: Andy Grant
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119064767
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The ability to reflect on practice is a fundamental component of effective medical practice. In a sector increasingly focused on professionalism and patient-centred care, Developing Reflective Practice is a timely publication providing practical guidance on how to acquire the reflective skills necessary to become a successful clinician. This new title draws from a wide range of theoretical and practical multidisciplinary perspectives to assist students, practitioners and educators in embedding reflection in everyday activities. It also offers structures and ideas for more purposeful and meaningful formal reflections and professional development. Developing Reflective Practice: Focuses on the developing practitioner and their lifelong learning and the development of professional identity through reflection Provides practical how-to information for students, practitioners and educators, including realistic case examples and practice-based hints and tips Examines and explains the theoretical and conceptual approaches to reflective practice, including its models and frameworks.

Understanding Behaviour 14

Author: Duckworth, Vicky
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335237894
Size: 56.76 MB
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Dealing with challenging behaviour is a fundamental concern of all trainee teachers & even more so for those who are training to work with pupils aged 14+. This book will equip the practitioner with skills required to implement change within problematic relationships & environments, & to explore reasons as to why students behave in the way they do.

The Early Years Reflective Practice Handbook

Author: Avril Brock
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136302670
Size: 74.22 MB
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What do early childhood practitioners need to know about reflection and reflective practice? Ongoing reforms in early childhood care and education social policy affect all aspects of young children’s and their families’ lives. Decisions are being undertaken at a rapid pace and there is a need for those working in the field of Early Years to consolidate and reflect on their knowledge and practice, building on what they already know. This timely new book aims to support reflective practice for those working with young children in everyday work and in the wider political context, whatever their professional role and whatever level of qualification they hold. It takes a fresh look at a breadth of issues relating to early childhood care and education reflecting on policy, knowledge and practice. Incorporating practical reflection activities, case studies, exemplar scenarios and questions in each chapter the book considers: policy developments and how these have affected young children and their families issues around socio-culturalism, language, ethnicity, disposition, gender, inclusion and socio-economics when working with families learning through play and the notions of quality, observation and assessment and continuity contemporary issues that practitioners and students on placement may encounter in their everyday work deepening reflective thinking and practice through ongoing and continuing professional development. With practical guidance to help the reader reflect on their own practice, this text offers invaluable support to early years practitioners looking to develop their career and achieving higher qualification at both undergraduate and at Master’s level. The book is a must for students on early years courses including early childhood studies, initial teacher training and early years teacher status.

Reflection In Action

Author: Bairbre Redmond
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351905929
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Newly available in paperback, this original and informative volume outlines a new, well-designed reflective teaching and learning model that can be used with single- or multi-disciplinary groups of students and professionals. It offers an overview of the origins of the different theories of reflection and explains how different levels of reflection can be understood and incorporated into everyday teaching and training. Outlining specific teaching and learning techniques to be used in training situations, it also includes examples of how these techniques have been successfully used with groups of professionals from health and social care areas. This edition features a substantive new preface, bringing the book up to date with recent developments in the field. It is a well-researched guide to both the theory and the practice of reflection, and it also offers those who teach and train professionals a clearly delineated reflective model for use in the classroom or professional training environment.

Learning Teaching And Assessing In Higher Education

Author: Anne Campbell
Publisher: Learning Matters
ISBN: 0857252194
Size: 39.97 MB
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This is an up to date guide to teaching and learning in higher education, addressing issues raised by the Professional Standards Framework. It encourages the development of thoughtful, reflective teaching practitioners in higher education, and is useful for the review of existing courses. The authors and editors acknowledge the distinctive nature of teaching in higher education, explore a variety of creative and innovatory approaches, and promote reflective, inquiry-based and evaluatory approaches to teaching. The book supports the professional development of staff involved in teaching, supporting and assessing students.

Reflective Teaching And Learning

Author: Dymoke S & Harrison J
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 1446244725
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This core text is an introduction for beginning secondary teachers on developing the art of critical reflective teaching throughout their professional work.

Reflective Teaching And Learning A Guide To Professional Issues For Beginning Secondary Teachers

Author: Jannifer Harrison Sue Dymode
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788132105305
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Reflective practice is at the heart of effective teaching. This core text is an introduction for beginning secondary teachers on developing the art of critical reflective teaching throughout their professional work. Designed as a flexible resource, the book combines theoretical background with practical reflective activities.

Reflective Practice For Teachers

Author: Maura Sellars
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 144629322X
Size: 55.88 MB
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'The text provides powerful opportunities to challenge thinking and to encourage trainee teachers to articulate and justify their beliefs about the purposes of education, the nature of learning and the impact this has on their own developing practice in the classroom' - Marnie Seymour, Senior Lecturer in Primary Education, University of Winchester 'Through a variety of stimulus questions and a focus on 'what does this mean for you?', this book encourages pre-service teachers to develop habits of reflection that will guide their achievement of an authentic teacher identity' - Linley Cornish, Associate Professor, School of Education, University of New England, Australia An essential aspect of teaching is being able to reflect on your own practice and analyse your professional actions, and use this process to develop as a successful teacher. Reflective Practice for Teachers explores a range of key issues that you will need to engage with during your teacher preparation and early career in the classroom in order to deepen your understanding of teaching practice. Coverage includes: 'What does this mean for you?' boxes in every chapter that directly relate educational theory to the classroom The changing nature of teaching and the role of the teacher, and the importance of making personal evidence-based decisions How contemporary issues such as technology, global perspectives, and the importance of pedagogical practices can support effective teaching Guidance on how to reflect on the richness of diversity in classrooms, and the tensions and challenges that may result from differences. This is essential reading for teacher education students on university-based and school-based courses preparing to teach in primary and secondary education, and early career teachers seeking to continue their professional learning. Maura Sellars is a lecturer in Education at The University of Newcastle, Australia.

An Educator S Guide To Teacher Reflection

Author: James M. Cooper
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780618572854
Size: 16.53 MB
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This guide explains the importance of developing the habit and skills of reflective practice in order to meet student needs and grow continuously as a professional teacher.