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1.1 Learning Objective
1.2 Reflective Practice
1.3 Consider this
2.1 Learning Objective
2.2 What is Reflective Practice?
2.3 Consider this
3.1 Learning Objective
3.2 The Beginning of Theories & Models of Reflective Practice - John Dewey
3.3 Donald Schon
3.4 Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle
3.5 Gibb's Reflective Cycle
3.6 Consider this
4.1 Learning Objective
4.2 Am I reflective?
4.3 Becoming a reflective practitioner
4.6 Consider this
5.1 Learning Objective
5.2 Why writing for reflection?
5.3 Let's Practice
5.4 Consider this
6.1 Learning Objective
6.2 Reflective Practice in the Workplace
6.3 Elements of an intentional practice
6.4 Consider this
7.1 Learning Objective
7.2 Being Reflective begins with reflective thinking
7.3 Consider this
8.1 Learning Objective
8.2 A Reflective Mindset
8.3 Values, principles and ethics related to being a reflective practitioner
8.4 Consider this
9.1 Learning Objective
9.2 What is a Community of Practice
9.3 Cultivating a commitment to being Reflective
9.4 Consider this
10.1 Learning Objective
10.2 The Critical Reflective Process
10.3 Thinking with a pedagogical friend or collaborative group
10.4 Consider this
Utilize critical reflection related to current professional practice.
Reflective Practice in Early Years Education Copyright © 2022 by Sheryl Third, RECE; ECE.C, B.A., M.A is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.