Connecting Reflective Learning, Teaching and Assessment, October 2009
Summary: This paper explores the theory, different contexts of reflection, and examples from case studies of reflective practice. It includes discussions of practical issues, for example the conflict between crammed curricula and the time required for critical reflection, reflective writing strategies, guidelines with relevant questions for the learner to start the process of reflection, and marking criteria to assist in the thorny issue of assessment of critical reflection. This is No 10 in the Occasional Papers series.
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