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Reflective practice

  • Online course

    The Reflective Practice workshop provides an opportunity for participants to reflect on their interactions with others and the effect of interactions with all people who influence children’s learning and development.

    Date: 20, 27 February 6th March 2023

    Time: 4.00pm – 5.15pm

    Delivery: Online via Zoom (3 x 1 hour 15 minute sessions over 3 consecutive weeks)

    Cost: $220 incl GST

    Registration: Click here to register

    A reflective practitioner seeks opportunities for changing and improving practice. However, the concept of reflective practice is largely misunderstood and over simplified in practice. Whilst reflective practices are interested in examining a given situation and discovering alternative practice approaches, a critical part of the process (which is often overlooked) must be consideration of the values, principles and theories which help inform our everyday practice.

    This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to reflect on their interactions with others and the effect of interactions with all people who influence children’s learning and development.

    Workshop participants will explore the principles and theoretical underpinnings of reflective practice and be able to identify the characteristics of effective reflection on practice.

    The workshop enables professionals to practice skills and strategies involved in the facilitation of reflective practices with colleagues and parents.

    Face-to-face course 

    Workshop participants will explore the principles and theoretical underpinnings of reflective practice and be able to identify the characteristics of effective reflection on practice. 

    The half-day workshop enables professionals to practice skills and strategies involved in the facilitation of reflective practices with colleagues and parents.

    In this program you will:

    • understand the guiding principles and theoretical underpinnings of reflective practice
    • be able to articulate the outcomes of effective reflection on practice 

    Target audience

    This workshop is suitable for early years educators, maternal & child health nurses (MCHN), allied health practitioners, early intervention practitioners, family support workers, Foundation-Year 2 educators and/or leadership, community members and others who might be involved in a place-based approach for improving outcomes for children and families.

    Cost: $235

    Duration: 1/2 day workshop

    Dates: No dates currently available

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Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.