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Reflecting on practice: a partnership approach

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This paper explores how reflective practice can act as a catalyst for change and ‘add value' to the learning process of the partners involved in professional development programmes. The concept of added value is widely used in business and education but to what extent can the concept be articulated and realized? This paper provides some insight into how the process of reflection was introduced and sustained within professional development programmes. We evaluate and reflect upon four key interventions designed as a catalyst for change with the aim of enhancing the transfer and articulation of learning across the educational and the work community. We question if reflecting upon learning can add value and whether the partners involved in the learning process can support the transition from reflection, to action in order to maximize the change process.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Publication date: 01 May 2005

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