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Getting Better at Reflection

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  • PaulT
    Coaches are often told they need to review or reflect as part of the plan-do-review model, yet they may not be shown how to do great reflection. 
     
    Have you ever wondered how you should reflect, and reflect well, if you have not been supported in how to do it? 
     
    Reflection, after all, is not a simple process. If it was, it would be easy to learn how to do it!
     
    This weeks session will be kicked off by Mark Scott and Andy Bradshaw who will explore what reflective practice is, how to engage in it more effectively and ultimately support you as coaches on your learning journey.
  • PaulT

    Why not check out some of the below resources on our website on Reflective Practise

    How to Become a Reflective Coach

    Eight Steps to Great Coaching Reflection

    Talent in Five: Situating Reflective Practice

    Understanding How Reflection Can Help You

    You can check out more resources on reflection by clicking here 

  • ABradshaw

    We will refer to some of the detail in this excellent project (attached) compiled by Dr Brendan Cropley, Dr Andy Miles and John Peel.

    Reflective Practice -Value of, issues and developments with sports coaching

    Well worth a good dig into!

  • ABradshaw

    In the session yesterday I mentioned creating a list of questions to help shape your reflections. Here are a few to start:

    • How did the reality of the session differ from your original expectations? What were the differences and what caused them?
    • Were there any parts of the session that were surprising or made you curious? What have they got you thinking about?

    In response to something interesting or unexpected in a session (could be something that went really well or not so good)

    • What would the best version of you have done?
    • How did your actions impact on others?
    • How did you feel as the situation unfolded? How do you feel about it now?

    Would be interested in what you use, or might use in the future!

  • PaulT

    Missed this Mondays session or want to watch it back? We've got you covered...

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