What is it about?
This article develops and explores the use of meta-reflection as a method for professional development, particularly of academics with direct responsibilities for courses and programmes such as course leaders, directors, and co-ordinators. As an extension of reflective practice, (co)meta-reflection is proposed as a joint activity involving two, or more people, seeking to develop their thought and practice by moving from descriptive to analytical levels of reflection.
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Why is it important?
We provide an example of a (co)meta-reflective exercise and identify it as an approach with considerable potential to address the problems that professionals face in higher education and other sectors.
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This page is a summary of: (Co)meta-reflection as a method for the professional development of academic middle leaders in higher education, Management in Education, July 2017, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1177/0892020617711195.
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