Reflective learning

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Reflective learning is a form of education in which the student reflects upon their learning experiences. This is a development of the concept of experiental learning as propounded by John Dewey, who wrote Experience and Education in 1938. Later theorists include David Kolb, David Boud and Donald Schön.[1][2] In a professional context, this is known as reflective practice.

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  1. ^ Rivera Pelayo, p. 15.
  2. ^ Sugerman, p. 1.

Sources[edit]

  • Rivera Pelayo, Verónica (2015), Design and Application of Quantified Self Approaches for Reflective Learning in the Workplace, KIT Scientific, ISBN 9783731504061 
  • Sugerman, Deborah A. (2000), Reflective Learning: Theory and Practice, Kendall Hunt, ISBN 9780787265618