1. What is reflective practice? 2. Becoming more self-aware 3. The role of writing in reflection 4. Experiential learning 5. Learning from positives and negatives: Critical incidents 6. Engaging with emotions 7. Bringing assumptions to the surface 8. The role of feedback in professional development 9. Reflecting in groups 10. Managing change 11. Critically reflective practice as a way of being 12. Review and looking forward
Barbara Bassot is Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.
"As a research practitioner and also an internal coach, I have found this book not only an interesting read, but very much a useful tool for my own critical reflection; and one I would certianly recommend as a suggested resource to assist my coaches." - Joanne Mills, lead practitioner at Gateshead College and member of SET, inTuition