Tony Hirst led me indirectly to this page, which seeks to expand the ‘zone of reflective activity’ for teachers engaged in action reserach. The authors write, “good reflective teaching must provide opportunities for teachers to be self critical, able to question the goals, values, and assumptions that guide their work within the context in which they teach. However, solitary self-reflection can lead to deceiving oneself through viewing oneself solely through the lens of ones own self-beliefs and assumptions.”
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