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Not being podcasters who like to put all the work onto our lovely guests, occasionally we front up and present some goodies of our own! And Emma's back with some more interesting things she's dug up as part of her doctoral research. Returning to the hot topic of reflection, Emma presents a new reflective model that she found, and we discuss some of the important considerations when trying to improve our own reflective practice.
If you're new to the subject of reflection in teaching, you might like to get up to speed by listening to last season's episode with Professor Brendan Cropley!
Duffy, P. (2015) ‘Introduction’, in Duffy, P. (ed.) A Reflective Practitioner’s Guide to (Mis)Adventures in Drama Education – or – What Was I Thinking? Bristol: Intellect, pp.1-10.
Smyth, J. (1989) ‘Developing and Sustaining Critical Reflection in Teacher Education’, Journal of Teacher Education, 40:2, pp.7-19.
Smyth, J. (1993) ‘Reflective Practice in Teacher Education’, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 18:1(2), unpaginated.
...and dragged off Tom's desk during the recording:
Cohen, J. et al. (2020) ‘Teacher Coaching in a Simulated Environment’, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 42(2), pp. 208–231. doi: 10.3102/0162373720906217.
Wright, R. (2014). "The Fourth Sociology and Music Education: Towards a Sociology of Integration." Action, Criticism & Theory for Music Education 13(1): 12-39.
Recorded at Cardiff Metropolitan University's Cyncoed Campus on 8th September 2021