Tag Archives: journal

  1. Evidence-based reflective practice (ARG May)

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    June 15, 2016 by gemmalunn

    This month’s topic for the Academic Reading Group in St. Gallen was one I am especially keen on – reflective …
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  2. Finding my feet (and my little red book) again

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    October 5, 2014 by gemmalunn

    This week was the first week in my new job and with the exception of a 3 week pre-sessional course …
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  3. Reflections on keeping a teaching journal: the first 4 months

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    October 18, 2012 by gemmalunn

    I hadn’t kept a diary since I was 13 and that certainly did not lead me to any grand conclusions so I …
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