What are types of traditional reflection?
Types of reflection
- Reflection-in-action and Reflection-on-action. Two main types of reflection are often referred to – reflection-in-action and reflection-on-action.
- Reflection-in-action. This is the reflection that takes place whilst you are involved in the situation, often a patient interaction.
What are the methods of reflective practice?
Methods for reflective practice
- focus your thoughts and develop your ideas.
- develop your voice and gain confidence.
- experiment with ideas and ask questions.
- organise your thinking through exploring and mapping complex issues.
- develop your conceptual and analytical skills.
How do you teach reflective practice?
Reflective practice in practice
- Self-questioning. Asking yourself questions can help you understand the effect and efficiency of your teaching.
- Experimenting with new ideas.
- Discussing with other colleagues.
- Discussing with students.
- Observations and feedback.
What are reflective activities?
In many cases, reflective activities are described as the connection between theory and action. This type of activity is especially useful in scenarios where students are required to reflect on past learning, consider real-world implications, and let this reflection guide future actions and activities.
How does reflective practice help a teacher?
The advantages of reflective practice It allows teachers to adjust and respond to issues. It helps teachers to become aware of their underlying beliefs and assumptions about learning and teaching. It helps teachers promote a positive learning environment.
How do you facilitate reflective practice?
Tips to facilitate reflective practice:
- Using guided and advanced questioning techniques within both formal and informal teaching opportunities.
- Encouraging the use of a reflective journal (as often supplied by the University).