This breakthrough volume, the first to focus reflection in the learning process, will discuss how reflection provides the process for asking critical questions that can lead to improvements in quality and safety. It expands on current pedagogies with a learner centered focus. Exercises included in the book are adaptable to most work settings and will help guide both interactive group work as well as individual reflection that may be shared with a coach or mentor.strategies that also encourage the process of reflection, other suggestions that can provide both instructional and evaluative opportunities ... exercises - Writing tasks, such as narratives, poetry, biographies, reflective essays and journals, and portfolios Evaluating written ... By self-monitoring feelings and emotions, learners gain the ability to discriminate among them and use the information to guide their anbsp;...
|Author||:||Gwen Sherwood, Sara Horton-Deutsch|
|Publisher||:||Sigma Theta Tau - 2012|