This new text provides a jargon-free user guide to the key concepts, models and techniques of reflective practice from one of the leading writers in the field. A one-stop source book, it can be used both by the beginner as a handbook and by the more experienced practitioner as a guide to other sources of thinking and information.
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Table of Contents
A. Awareness, Application To Practice, Autobiography, Approaches, Assessment.- B. Being , Benner, Barriers.- C. Competence, Codes Of Conduct, Confidence, Critical Reflection, Critical Thinking, Contracts.- D. Diaries, Decision-Making, Dewey.- E. Experiential Learning, The Era Cycle, Evidence, Expertise.- F. Foundations, Frameworks.- G. Generating Practice Knowledge/Evidence, Group, Gibbs.- H. Humanity.- I. Individuality, Inquisitiveness.- J. Journals, Johns Model Of Structured Reflection.- K. Kolb's Learning Cycle, Knowledge.- L. Learning From Experience, Lifelong Learning, Leadership, Learning Organsiations, Learning Needs.- M. Models, Mentoring.- N. New Perspectives.- O. Observation, Outcomes, Objectives.- P. Practice Theory, Practising Reflection, Portfolios, Profiles, Professional/Personal Development.- Q. Quality, Questioning.- R. Reflective Processes, Reflection, Reflective Practice, Reviews, Reflexivity.- S. Supervision, Skills, Strategies, Schon.- T. Theories/Theorists, Talking, Tools, Through-The-Looking-Glass, Transformation, Three-A-Day.- U. Understanding.- V. Valuing.- W. Writing, Work-Based Learning, Writers.- X. X-Ray Vision.- Y. You.- Z