Critical action learning: teaching business ethic
This article explores Critical Action Learning as a vehicle for reflective practice and professional development. It examines the utility of this approach and its capacity to facilitate an ethical awareness to professional practice. It does so in the context of an MA in Personal and Organisational Development at Middlesex University Business School, drawing on the experience of the tutor and on case study vignettes from student practitioners. The account conforms to BERA (British Educational Research Association) 2003 revised ethical guidelines in respect of use and disclosure of student material.