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- Learning to teach: becoming a reflective practitioner
- Figure 4 Gibb’s reflective cycle (Adapted from Dye, 2011)
- Current section: Introduction
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- 1 Difficulties with learning to teach
- 2 What is critical reflection?
- 3 What is critical analysis?
- 4 Features of reflection
- 5 Reflecting effectively
- 6 Tools for reflection
- 7 Transformational learning
- 8 The next step
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