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On reflection : reflective practice for early childhood educators / Angela O'Connor and Cathy Diggins.

By: O'Connor, Angela.
Contributor(s): Diggins, Cathy.
Publisher: Lower Hutt, N.Z. : Open Mind Publishing, 2002Description: 79 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0909009430; 9780909009434.Subject(s): Early childhood education -- New Zealand -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Reflection (Philosophy) | Experiential learningDDC classification: 372.01
Contents:
Introduction -- 1. What is reflective practice? (Stop, think, change ; Defining the term) -- 2. Why be a reflective practitioner? (Beneficts of being open to change ; Access to tools to support your development ; Building from a useful foundation: the sociocultural approach ; Deconstructing and growing through critical reflection) -- 3. Refective skills (Describing your practice ; Identifying your feelings ; Investigating your values and beliefs ; Moving towards self-awareness ; Gathering theoretical knowledge ; Having reflective conversations ; Changing your thinking and practice ; Asking reflective questions ; Progressing with your reflective skills) -- 4. Theories and models of reflection: (Dewey and reflective practice ; Schon on reflective skill development and the reflection timeframe ; Models of reflection) -- 5. Your journal (Writing a journal entry ; Formatting your journal ; Organising your entries ; Planning to reflect ; Continuing to reflect over time) -- 6. Planning and reflection -- 7. Other tools for reflection (Ta whāriki ; The desirable objectives and practices) -- Conclusion.
Summary: "Reflective practice is an integral part of providing quality early childhood programmes. On refelction offers early childhood education students and practising teach practical advice..."--Back cover.
List(s) this item appears in: Bachelor of Teaching (ECE)
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 73-75) and index.

Introduction -- 1. What is reflective practice? (Stop, think, change ; Defining the term) -- 2. Why be a reflective practitioner? (Beneficts of being open to change ; Access to tools to support your development ; Building from a useful foundation: the sociocultural approach ; Deconstructing and growing through critical reflection) -- 3. Refective skills (Describing your practice ; Identifying your feelings ; Investigating your values and beliefs ; Moving towards self-awareness ; Gathering theoretical knowledge ; Having reflective conversations ; Changing your thinking and practice ; Asking reflective questions ; Progressing with your reflective skills) -- 4. Theories and models of reflection: (Dewey and reflective practice ; Schon on reflective skill development and the reflection timeframe ; Models of reflection) -- 5. Your journal (Writing a journal entry ; Formatting your journal ; Organising your entries ; Planning to reflect ; Continuing to reflect over time) -- 6. Planning and reflection -- 7. Other tools for reflection (Ta whāriki ; The desirable objectives and practices) -- Conclusion.

"Reflective practice is an integral part of providing quality early childhood programmes. On refelction offers early childhood education students and practising teach practical advice..."--Back cover.

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