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Reflective Practice: writing and professional development. 4th edn (Print copy) by Reflection and reflexivity invite critical, sensitive examination of practice, exploration of principles, concepts and ideas, and development of thoughtful self-awareness. The Fourth Edition of this bestselling book explains how expressive and explorative writing, combined with in-depth group work or mentoring, can widen perspectives and give clarity of values, roles, and responsibilities. Step-by-step methods are grounded in carefully explained theories and values, and key terms such as reflection, reflexivity, critical, narrative, metaphor, mindfulness and complexity are clarified. New to this edition: a clear route through the essentials of reflective practice greater clarity and representation of theoretical models a strong focus on ethical values in-depth examples and case studies from a range of courses clear summarization of each chapter's key contents updated 'Read to Learn' sections and extended glossary discussion of writing in different cultures new online content including videos.
Call Number: 378.013 BOL
Publication Date: 2014-08-26
Learning at work: excellent practice from best theory. (Print copy) by Coaching, training, mentoring and development are all about helping staff to learn, whether it is new knowledge, skills or adapting to the cultural attitudes of the organization. This book critically analyzes the methods and instruments available for those who want to learn and those who want to encourage their employees to learn. It avoids jargon and aims to make the theory and practice of learning more easily understood and therefore accomplished.
Call Number: 658.3124 FUR
Publication Date: 2005
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Getting Started with University-level Work Based Learning (Print copy) by Getting Started with University-Level Work Based Learning is a companion guide, written by experts, to help those new to work based learning. The book is aimed at workers and professionals considering, or just starting, a work based learning (WBL) programme. It will also be of interest to employers considering a partnership with a university to run a WBL programme for their employees.
The book is not academic - it is an easily accessible learners' guide to university-level WBL programmes. It is not a study skills manual, although there is some advice about studying. It is not a critique of the theoretical basis of work based learning, although it does say something about the principles behind such learning. It is intended to support you if you're beginning, or even just thinking about, work based learning. It will also be a companion throughout your studies.
The book draws from the experiences of the UK's leading universities and captures the key issues that new work based learners should understand. It is illustrated with case studies and quotes from WBL students, and aims to answer all (or most of) the questions you will ever ask.
As university-level work based learning continues to expand rapidly in the UK, this book provides a much-needed guide to `getting started with WBL'.
Publication Date: 2009
The Study Skills Handbook. 5th end. (Print copy) by This is the ultimate guide to study skills, written by million copy bestselling author Stella Cottrell. Her tried and tested approach, based on over twenty years' experience of working with students, has helped over a million students to achieve their potential. When it comes to studying, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. This engaging and accessible guide shows students how to tailor their learning to their individual needs in order to boost their grades, build their confidence and increase their employability. Fully revised for the fifth edition, it contains everything students need to succeed. This is an invaluable resource for undergraduate students of all disciplines, and is also ideal for postgraduates, mature students and international students. It prepares students for what to expect before, during and after their studies at university.
Call Number: 371.3081 COT
Publication Date: 2019
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