We teach on a range of programmes at the University of Brighton Business School and use a variety of reflective techniques with different cohorts of students. In 2006-7 we conducted two small research projects in two different taught modules in order to assess how students perceived the value of reflective practice when compared with other pedagogic techniques. In this article we give some background to the modules and then develop a theoretical framework, before reporting upon our results and drawing some conclusions as to the students’ perceived value of reflective practice in the two modules.
|Title of host publication||Connections: sharing the learning space|
|Editors||Joyce Barlow, Gail Louw, Mark Price|
|Place of Publication||Brighton, UK|
|Publisher||University of Brighton Press|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
Smale, R., & Will, S. (2008). Assessing perceived value of reflective practice in two different modules. In J. Barlow, G. Louw, & M. Price (Eds.), Connections: sharing the learning space (pp. 71-80). University of Brighton Press. http://staffcentral.brighton.ac.uk/clt/events/2007conf/documents/postconfhandbook.pdf