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The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE by Diane Brennan, Leni Wildflower

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REFLECTIVE LEARNING: GILLIE BOLTON

Reflective learning is the capacity to learn through self-examination and self-correction. One of the pioneers in advancing the concepts of the reflective learner and the reflective practitioner was Donald Schön (1983). Bolton (2004, p. 31) further develops an understanding of reflective practice as “one of constant reflexive self-examination—actions, thoughts, feelings, motives, assumptions.” Educationally and developmentally, reflective learning and self-awareness are vital to increased capacity for learning and change. Bolton states that reflective learning can enable us to (1) study our own decision- making processes, (2) be constructively critical of our relationships with our colleagues, (3) analyze problematic ...

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