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Author Hewson, Daphne, author.
Title Reflective practice in supervision / Daphne Hewson and Michael Carroll.
Imprint Hazelbrook, NSW : Moshpit Publishing, an imprint of Mosher's Busines Support Pty Ltd, [2016]
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 SMHS Library FSH  WM 420 HEW 2016    AVAILABLE


Phys. Description xiv, 295 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note Companion volume to The reflective supervision toolkit.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-295)
Contents Principles for reflective practice in supervision -- What is supervision? -- What are supervisory spaces? -- What are the helium balloons? -- What is relection?- What is refective practice? -- What is a practice framework? -- What is reflective space? -- What's the "dark side" of reflective supervsion? -- How is reflective space created? -- What environment is needed for reflective supervsion? -- What preparation does the practitioner need? -- What preparation does the supervisor need? -- What preparation does the organisation need? -- What preparation does the supervisory relationship need? -- How do I reflect on my "other" mind? -- How do frames set problems? -- What is critical reflection? -- Whose gaze is shaping my work? -- What do I focus on when I reflect? -- How can I give better feedback? -- How can I avoid feedback mistakes? -- How do I give reflective feedback? -- Is formal feedback helpful in supervision? -- How do I respond to feedback? -- What do I do in the mindful stance? -- Mini-tools for noticing -- What do I do in the consideration stance? -- Mini-tools for the consideration stance -- What do I do in the consolidation stance? -- Mini-tools for the consolidation stance -- How soon can trainees start reflective practice? -- Isn't evidence-based practice preferable to subjective navel-gazing? -- How does reflective supervision work in a group? -- Why is reflection-in-action so hard to do? -- How do I feel with problems in reflective supervsion? -- Why do I find it so hard to do reflective supervision? -- Our top ten tips.
Summary The best teachers are not outside of us – they are inside. Collaborative reflection in supervision can transform our experiences into learning. This practical book details three stances of reflective supervision: noticing what's happening (the Mindful Stance), analysing it and unpacking the assumptions that underpin it (the Consideration Stance) and putting this learning into practice so that it becomes routine (the Consolidation Stance). Daphne Hewson and Michael Carroll highlight the importance of Reflective Space as one of six supervisory spaces (the others are Directive, Evaluative, Passive, Restorative and Active Space). They provide guidelines on creating safe Reflective Space and how to use a range of mini-tools to invite practitioner's to learn from their professional experiences. The book is written for both supervisors and practitioners – it takes two to tango.
Subject Organization and Administration.
Personnel Management.
Interpersonal Relations.
Feedback, Psychological.
Alt Author Carroll, Michael, author.
ISBN 9781925595055 (pbk.)