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On becoming an innovative university teacher : reflection in action / John Cowan.

By: Cowan, John, 1932-.
Contributor(s): Society for Research into Higher Education.
Material type: TextTextSeries: SRHE and Open University Press Imprint.Publisher: Buckingham ; Philadelphia, PA : Society for research into higher education : Open university press, 1999Description: XI, 173 str. : ilustr. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0335199941 (hb); 0335199933 (pb).Subject(s): visokoškolska pedagogija | nastavnici | nastavnik - refleksivni praktičar | nastavni proces | podučavanjeDDC classification: 378.1/25 Online resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information | Table of contents
Contents:
1. Introduction -- 2. What is meant in education by 'reflecting'? -- 3. What does reflection have to offer in education? -- 4. Is there a methodology you can and should follow? -- 5. What can you do to encourage students to reflect? -- 6. What is involved for students in analytical reflection? -- 7. What is involved in evaluative reflection -- 8. How can you adapt ideas from my teaching, for yours? -- 9. How should you get started? -- 10. How can such innovations be evaluated? -- 11. Where should you read about other works in this field?
List(s) this item appears in: Bilten prinova-PEDAGOGIJA 2020
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1. Introduction -- 2. What is meant in education by 'reflecting'? -- 3. What does reflection have to offer in education? -- 4. Is there a methodology you can and should follow? -- 5. What can you do to encourage students to reflect? -- 6. What is involved for students in analytical reflection? -- 7. What is involved in evaluative reflection -- 8. How can you adapt ideas from my teaching, for yours? -- 9. How should you get started? -- 10. How can such innovations be evaluated? -- 11. Where should you read about other works in this field?

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