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Learning Styles (4)
Teaching Style: teaching goals (2), teaching methods (2)
concept representation: abstract-applied
learning: understanding-rote

interaction: individual-cooperative
cognitive processing: enactive-symbolic

defn of Reflection – Boyd & Fales (4)
examining experiences
internal process
refining our understanding of an experience
can lead to changes in perspective
Reflection – Plack & Driscoll (4)
fosters critical thinking
multiple perspectives
reframe problems, question assumptions, analyze experiences
The hallmark of professional practice &
the key to critical thinking
Schon’s reflective process
reflection IN action
reflection ON action
reflection FOR action
Mezirow’s reflective process (3)
1. content reflection
2. process reflection
3. premise reflection
Mezirow: content reflection
explores problem to increase understanding;
varying viewpoints, contexts (of others involved)
Mezirow: process reflection
explores strategies/processes involved in an experience
Mezirow: premise reflection
(most difficult step)
explores assumptions, values, beliefs, biases
we make decisions on our ingrained, unconscious notions
Critical Thinking (3)
recognizes assumptions
problem-solving, justification, anticipation of outcomes
extracting deeper meaning from experiences
Mezirow: content reflection
how, what, or why?
answers WHAT questions
Mezirow: process reflection
how, what, or why?
answers HOW questions
Mezirow: premise reflection
how, what, or why?
answers WHY questions

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