Re-imagining reflection: creating a theatrical space for the imagination in productive reflection

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Beyond Reflective Practice, 2010, 1, pp. 145 - 154
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This chapter focuses on the creative and imaginative aspects of the reflection process within the framework ofproductive reflection. I propose that a creative approach to reflection can offer an extra dimension to 'productive reflection': an arts dimension. I will argue that redecrion can potentially be seen as a creative arts process and will present a theatrical model of reflective practice that is designed to stimulate creative reflection in professionals at both the individual and the collective level.
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