Category Archives: Reflective learning

Thinking in education

Thinking in education In “Thinking in Education”, Matthew Lipman views the concept of “schooling without thinking” as completely contrary to everything education should be. It destroys creativity and the natural impulse to learn by constricting the young child. To illustrate … Continue reading

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Reflective Learning and ePortfolio in the Social Sciences

This paper presents the findings of research into student views and uses of an electronic portfolio, which was introduced on a large undergraduate social science degree programme to promote reflective learning and personal development planning. The findings indicate that, while … Continue reading

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