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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 16, Number 6, 2 November 2015

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Reflective practice: has it really changed over time?
pp. 717-730(14)
Author: Finlayson, Alexander

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Clinical psychologists’ use of reflection and reflective practice within clinical work
pp. 731-743(13)
Authors: Fisher, Paul; Chew, Kimberly; Leow, Yi Jin

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Pedagogical approaches for developing relational sensibilities in educational leaders
pp. 744-752(9)
Authors: Giles, David L.; Bills, Andrew; Otero, George

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Caring and learning intertwined in supervision at a dedicated education unit ‐ a phenomenological study
pp. 753-764(12)
Authors: Eskilsson, Camilla; Hörberg, Ulrica; Ekebergh, Margaretha; Lindberg, Elisabeth; Carlsson, Gunilla

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The buds and shoots of what I’ve grown to become: the development of reflective practice in Trainee Clinical Psychologists
pp. 777-789(13)
Authors: Woodward, Natasha S.; Keville, Saskia; Conlan, Louise-Margaret

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Buddhas still in classrooms: where is the mustard seed?
pp. 836-848(13)
Authors: Keiser, David Lee; Adarkar, Aditya

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Exploring teacher questions through reflective practice
pp. 849-865(17)
Authors: Farrell, Thomas S.C.; Mom, Vanbupa

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