The Reflective Teacher: The Value of Reflective Practice for Preservice and Classroom Teachers
Drawing on her personal and pedagogical reflective practices as a professor of preservice education, the author will examine the importance of various reflective methods to the personal/professional growth of educators.
||Reflective practice, Journals, Critical reflection, Online environments, Hybrid environments, Preservice teachers, Music education
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.307-312.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 818.976KB).
Carole Richardson is a Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies - Music Methods in the Bachelor of Education degree programme at Nipissing University in northern Ontario in Canada.
Professor Richardson has taught music and conducted choirs in both primary and middle schools in Ontario and the Cayman Islands and within the university environment. Her current research interests include collaborative narrative inquiry into the role of music in the lives of preservice teachers and computer mediated communication in hybrid environments. She is in the dissertation completion stage of her doctoral programme at the University of Toronto.
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