Category Archives: reflection

  1. ‘Through a glass darkly’ Part 3: OER, critical reflection and educators’ improved practice – some early evidence


    August 9, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    Do OER prompt critical reflection by educators who use them, resulting in improved practice? Part 3 of my blog series …
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  2. ‘Through a glass darkly’ Part 2: reflection and the agile researcher


    June 12, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    In Plato’s dialogue Theaetetus (173-174), Socrates talks about the philosopher whose mind is not in the city, where his body …
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