This document was written by managers and practitioners from Flanders and Staffordshire to enable mutual reflection to take place as a means to exploring the practice differences.
- It defines observation and reflection and highlights the reasons for reflection being desirable.
- illustrates the skills and qualities required of reflective practitioners
- identifies the contents of the process of reflection and
- provides a reflection tool for the practitioners.
Observation and reflection grids were developed to provide practitioners with a structured approach to their observations and reflections, to encourage dialogue and to have a permanent record of the observations and reflections.
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