publication . Thesis . 2014

Reflection in professional practice

Hetzner, Stefanie Bianca;
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  • Published: 08 May 2014
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
The purpose of this thesis is to contribute to the research on professional learning through reflective practice. The main goal is to examine—against the backdrop of workplace changes and errors—individual and contextual factors that are theoretically assumed to influence reflection in the context of professional work. Reflective practice is defined as a retrospective but future- and goal-oriented cognitive-affective process that basically involves (a) the awareness and review of incidents and experiences encountered in the workplace and related emotions, (b) an evaluation and analysis of their causes and effects that leads to new understandings and appreciation...
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free text keywords: 150 Psychologie, ddc:150
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