Reflective Learning and Teaching in Primary Schools
- Alice Hansen - Education Consultant
- Adrian Copping - University of Cumbria, UK
- Nick Clough
- Mike Pezet
- Peter Dudley
- Lisa Murtagh
- Elizabeth Gowing
- Helen Davenport - Manchester Metropolitan University
- Emma McVittie
Transforming Primary QTS Series
- Considers both reflective learning and reflective teaching
- Includes a chapter on reflective journals
- Gives practical guidance on translating learning to the classroom
- Includes interactive activities and case studies
This publication provides clear text and content to support students in their own development of reflective practice.
very readable, useful book for becoming a more reflective practitioner
Excellent resource for any student commencing teacher training. Highly recommended!
A good additional text for reflective learning in relation to application of theory to practice.
This book is very down-to-earth and realistic in the advice it provides for the vital skill of reflective teaching and how to encourage reflective learning.
It has a wealth of practical advice for the teacher combined with the theory which underpins the necessity for this ongoing practice. Hansen provides activities for the reader to develop their own reflective ability as well as case studies that supply real examples of good practice in classrooms.
The information is set out in easy to read and easy to access 'chunks'.
Very useful good chapter on lesson study
Excellent resource, which presents reflective learning in a well written and easy to understand style. Examples and definitions of reflective practice clearly demonstrate the importance of reflecting on and from our actions and observations. An excellent supplement to students in further and higher education
An excellent text to support rteflective dialogue and practice which focusses on the enhancement of practice within ITT
Good chapter on peer and self assessment
Also very good first chapter on children as reflective learners
Easy to access text.