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Reflective Writing (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 136
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Pocket Study Skills

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Packed with practical advice, this concise guide explains what reflective writing is and how to approach it. It equips students with all the key information and strategies they need to develop an appropriate reflective...

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Packed with practical advice, this concise guide explains what reflective writing is and how to approach it. It equips students with all the key information and strategies they need to develop an appropriate reflective writing style, whatever their subject area. Annotated examples from a range of disciplines and contexts show students how to put these tips into practice. It concludes with a section on applying reflective practices to personal development and career planning.

 This handy guide is an indispensable resource for students of all disciplines and levels, who are required to develop and demonstrate reflective qualities in their work. It will be particularly useful to students writing reflective logs on placements.

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Shows students what tutors look for in reflective writing, what reflection means in different contexts and how they can bring a reflective dimension to their work
Includes examples of real students' reflective writing from different subject areas, including business, creative arts, education, geography, healthcare and science
Contains helpful guidance on applying reflective skills to career planning, with workshop activities to help students prepare for job applications


Contains more content on the value and importance of reflection in other life contexts, so that students can appreciate its relevance from an early stage;
Features a short overview of academic writing genres, to help students make connections between reflective writing and other forms of academic writing with which they are already familiar
Covers alternative ways of capturing reflection, such as free-writing, blogs/vlogs and other technologies
Includes new examples which show how students have re-worked their initial drafts to produce a better, more appropriate response





Acknowledgements
Introduction
PART 1: UNDERSTANDING REFLECTIVE WRITING
1. About Reflection
2. Getting Started on Reflective Writing
3. Reflective and Critical Writing
4. Asking Strategic Questions
PART 2: LANGUAGE IN REFLECTIVE WRITING
5. Reflecting on Yourself and Your Experiences
6. Where am 'I' in Reflective Writing?
PART 3: FORMS AND CONTEXTS FOR REFLECTIVE WRITING
7. A Reflective Diary or Learning Journal
8. Learning Journals and Assessment
9. Portfolios
10. Reflection in the Research Process
PART 4: REFLECTION IN READING AND WRITING
11. Writing a Critical Review or Annotated Bibliography
12. Linking Theory and Practice
13. That 'Reflective' Quality in Writing
14. Getting the Balance Right
PART 5: USING FRAMEWORKS IN REFLECTIVE WRITING
15. Choosing a Framwork
16. Using a Framework for Reflection: Gibbs' Reflective Cycle
PART 6: REFLECTION FOR LIFE
17. Doing the Groundwork
18. Finding Your Evidence
19. Reflection as a Practitioner
Conclusion: The Habit of Reflection
References
Useful Sources
Index.

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Kate Williams set up the Upgrade Study Advice Service at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has worked with students from Foundation to PhD and has written a range of books and materials on study skills including Study Skills (Macmillan, 1989), one of the first in the field. She is also the Series Editor for Pocket Study Skills.

Mary Woolliams is Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has been involved in putting together a variety of guides and publications for students on developing their academic skills, including referencing, critical thinking and reflective writing. 

Jane Spiro is Reader in Education at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She won a National Teaching Fellowship...

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Kate Williams set up the Upgrade Study Advice Service at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has worked with students from Foundation to PhD and has written a range of books and materials on study skills including Study Skills (Macmillan, 1989), one of the first in the field. She is also the Series Editor for Pocket Study Skills.

Mary Woolliams is Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has been involved in putting together a variety of guides and publications for students on developing their academic skills, including referencing, critical thinking and reflective writing. 

Jane Spiro is Reader in Education at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She won a National Teaching Fellowship in 2010 for her work within the fields of creative language education, teacher development and reflective practice.

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