Wednesday, 02 January 2019 19:08

Reflective practice writing and professional development

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This is very much leaving the best book to last. If you want a book that covers reflection at a thoughtful and very personal level then this is the book to get. It is at the same time thought provoking, humorous, emotionally demanding, practical but grounded and backed up by the theory of reflection.

The book is full of personal anecdotes from Gillie Bolton and other professionals as well as students from her courses and workshops that bring reflection to life in a very personal way. It provides practical suggestions for writing as a reflective practitioner and developing a learning journal through to group work and facilitation. This is a book on reflection to enjoy and read that takes you through other people’s highs and lows in reflection and leaves you wanting to use writing and reflection in your own work and practice.

Recommended to everyone this is great book to read but also dip into again and again as the need arises.

This book is now in its 5th edition and includes contributions from Russell Delderfield and also has links to online resources for readers.

 

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