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- Mcgill, Ian
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Teaching in Higher Education This book offers valuable insights into a process for becoming a reflective learner and for developing students into reflective learners as well.
Studies in Higher Education this significantly revised edition includes the most current thinking on reflective learning as well as stories from academics and students that bring to life the practical impact of reflection in action. based on sound theoretical concepts, the authors offer a range of solutions for different teaching situations, taking into account factors such as group size, physical space, and technology. they also offer facilitation rather than traditional teaching methods as a productive and useful skill that helps teachers and encourages students to interact and develop reflexive skills that can be used beyond their student years. Based on rigorous theories, facilitating reflective learning in higher education offers new insights for university and college teachers seeking to enhance or diversify their practices and allows them to effectively facilitate their students reflective learning.
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Anne Brockbank combines passion for learning with experience of working in higher education in teaching, research, and developmental roles. She contributes to innovative programmes at City University, London, which incorporate reflective learning through facilitation. In addition, as a leading practitioner, she designs and supports personal and organizational learning in universities and other public and private sector organizations.
Ian McGill combines passion for learning with experience of working in higher education in teaching, research, and developmental roles. He contributes to innovative programmes at City University, London, which incorporate reflective learning through facilitation. In addition, as a leading practitioner, he designs and supports personal and organizational learning in universities and other public and private sector organizations.
acknowledgements to second edition
Acknowledgements to first edition
Part I Learning and reflection
Learning philosophies and principles
What is learning? A review of learning theories
Requirements for reflection
Reflection and reflective practice
Part II Facilitating learning and reflective practice
Academic practice and learning
Methods of reflection for tutors
Methods and assessment of reflective learning
Becoming a facilitator: Enabling reflective learning
Facilitation in practice: Basic skills
Facilitation in practice: Further skills
Part III Exemplars
Action learning (learning sets)