Refl’Action has launched a series of articles about research on reflective practices and how to bring them from the theoretical context to practical implementation. To begin, we will examine the meaning of reflection in experiential learning. We will trace the history of reflection through Dewey, Kolb, and Shon, and relate it to the most ancient sense of reflection, Greek philosophy. In this first piece, we will try to highlight the historical significance of reflective practice and how it has evolved into an effective and valuable instrument for education and everyday life. InIn the end, we’ll present our own definition of reflection, plus the personal definitions shared by the organizations at the pre-meeting.
Are you interested in reading the first article? Click here to read it!