Resources: Reflexivity

14 resources found for "Reflexivity"
Exploring the use of video as a method to promote doctoral students self-reflection on their research experiences
This is a student project grant given by ESCalate in 2008, to Carol Taylor of Sheffield Hallam University. This project aims to use digital video to facilitate doctoral students’ reflexivity on their doctoral journey. The practical element of the project will involve students participating in a series of hands-on workshops where they will gain skills in the use of digital video, editing and software packages (videopapers). In addition to...
Primary trainees' reflection in action
This is a paper by Julie-Ann Edwards of the University of Southampton that forms part of the Initial Teacher Education resources section of the ESCalate website. This paper explores some of the reflective writing undertaken by trainees on a Primary PGCE course following small-scale classroom-based research as part of their work towards Masters level credits. Types of reflection evident are categorised and the frequency of these categories...
Reflecting on reflection
The ESCalate workshop at the University of Gloucestershire on 16.1.09. presented by Chris Rigby from the University of Middlesex provoked an exciting range of ideas and inspirations from delegates. The download available here presents some of those ideas and invites colleagues to join the discussion. Reflection can be defined, it can be taught and it can be evaluated. A range of models can assist but the most important factor is that reflection...
Reflections of a personal research journey
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 14, summer 2009 by Alison Hramiak and Helen Boulton. The article outlines the process the two authors went through to come together and produce their research material
Reflective teaching : the past, present and future of a textbook
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 16, spring 2010. Andrew Pollard writes about how the established textbook - Reflective Teaching - for teachers first started and how he sees it moving forward ... with a little help from the education community
Resources for use with reflection or learning journals
This document has been made available by ESCalate and includes the resources section from Jenny Moon's book on learning journals and their use, Learning Journals - a handbook for reflective practice and professional development (Routledge Falmer, 2006, 2nd Edition). The material in this section may be freely photocopied, but must include acknowledgement of the author and source. It includes instructions for exercises on the depth and quality of...
Resources from Reflecting on reflection: to develop and extend our understanding of reflection
Resources from the ESCalate event Reflecting on Reflection: to develop and extend our understanding of reflection, 16 January 2009. Is reflection something that just comes naturally? Can anyone do it? Can it be taught? How can it be learnt? What is the role of the teacher educator? How can we enhance and encourage reflection amongst our student teachers? This workshop focusses on how Teacher educators will: Focus sharply on their own practice,...
Resources from Using e-portfolios in teacher education (LLS)
Resources from the ESCalate event Using e-portfolios in teacher education (LLS), 28 May 2010. It includes presentations offering anIntroduction to ESCalate and Teaching and Teacher Education in a Digital Age. Plus e-portfolio resources IfL Webfolio and an overview document of REfLECT asset types
Resources from Using e-portfolios: a workshop for staff in teacher education and HE in FE
Resources from the ESCalate event Using e-portfolios: a workshop for staff in Teacher Education and HE in FE, 21 May 2010. Includes presentations offering an Introduction to ESCalate and on Teaching and Teacher Education in a Digital Age
Student and tutor reflections on how they have engaged with Inquiry Based Learning in a business school
A paper that reflects on some of the key themes that have emerged from research into student and staff experiences of Inquiry Based Learning, by Margaret Page et al. and published by ESCalate. This paper sets out to introduce the supporting practices developed this approach and how they are evolving in hybrid forms in these three different module contexts. It then reflects on some of the key themes that have emerged from research into the...
The value of using video narratives for research
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, summer 2010, celebrating 10 years of the education subject centre. Gordon Joyes write about supporting his education students’ use of video to help them and their peers reflect on the research process
Using reflective dialogue to assess professional learning
This project is being run at the University of Central Lancashire. The HE sector has joined other education sectors in a requirement for professional entry qualifications for teaching staff, along with a need for accredited CPD. By engaging in comparative research into the value and impact of the use of professional dialogue as a tool for assessing and structuring informal professional learning, this project will be able to provide a rich...
Using video for the identification and assessment of learning in initial teacher education
This is an ESCalate research grant awarded to John McCullagh of Stranmillis University College in 2008-9.It considers how post lesson evaluation and reflection can play a crucial role in the development of student teachers and seeks to develop video based methodologies to enhance this process. It also uses video to make specific module learning intentions more explicit and support student self-assessment. The wide availability of video recording...
Videopapers and teacher education
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, summer 2010, celebrating 10 years of the education subject centre. Elisabeth Lazarus explains how an ESCalate grant was the catalyst for her research into the potential use of videopapers with PGCE students