ISSN 1462-3943, Online ISSN: 1470-1103
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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To what extent can reflective journaling help beginning teachers develop Masters level writing skills?
Gadsby, Helen; Cronin, Sue
Reflective thought in memos to demonstrate advanced nursing practice in New Zealand
Hoare, Karen J.; Mills, Jane; Francis, Karen
Media options: a comparison of preservice teachers’ use of video, audio, and print journaling for reflective reading response
Falk-Ross, Francine C.
A care practitioner’s perspective on the need for reflective practice in the work of prison officers, social care practitioners and gardaí in the Republic of Ireland
The use of self and reflective practice in relational teaching and adult learning: a social work perspective
Using critically reflective practice when implementing ethical and sensitive spiritual frameworks in social work practice
Holden, Margaret Mary
Understanding, valuing, and teaching reflection in counselor education: a phenomenological inquiry
Schmidt, Christopher; Adkins, Christopher
Home visiting and reflective practice: when systems change means practice change
Assessing the effects of integrating the reflective framework for teaching in physical education (RFTPE) on the teaching and learning of undergraduate sport studies and physical education students
Crawford, S.; O’Reilly, R.; Luttrell, S.
Reflective learning within clinical physiology: the student’s perspective on the usefulness of reflection as a learning tool
Supporting new teacher development using narrative-based professional learning
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