Acknowledgements.- Introduction.- PART I: MODELS AND TOOLS FOR REFLECTION.- Theme 1 Beginnings.- Theme 2 Starting to Write Reflectively.- Theme 3 Learning from Experience.- Theme 4 The Practice of Reflection.- Theme 5 Learning from Feedback.- Theme 6 Feelings and Professional Practice Theme 7 Assumptions.- Theme 8 Ethics and Values.- Theme 9 Reflecting with Others.- Theme 10 Bringing it all Together and Moving Forward.- PART II: More Space for Reflection.- PART III: Career Development
Praise for the last edition: 'I welcome this immensely practical approach to enabling students to develop their skills and understanding of writing reflectively. It is packed full of useful exercises which encourage the reader to try techniques and explore approaches to what is a very challenging task.'- Melanie Jasper, Professor of Nursing, Head of College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University, UK 'In The Reflective Journal Barbara Bassot has created a very useful and flexible tool. This is the ideal place for someone to practice reflective writing at any stage of their professional life, from student to long time professional. The combination of theory and experiential opportunity will allow both the novice and the experienced reflective writer to learn, deepen and develop a beneficial reflective practice.' - Kate Thompson MA, The Therapeutic Writing Institute & The New School of Psychotherapy & Counselling, UK
Barbara Bassot is a Senior Lecturer in Education in the Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. She is a qualified careers professional, and has a Doctorate in Education.
An excellent little book to support the development of a much-needed element of professional practice. - Kay Wall, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, University of Worcester, UK With a clear, easy-to-grasp structure, this book is a great guide for those who have never been involved in reflective practice before. - Dr Paul-Alan Armstrong, Senior Lecturer HRM and Leadership, Sunderland Business School, UK