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For Further Reading on Teacher Reflection

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. (1991, March).  The reflective educator.  Educational Leadership 48 (6).

Brookfield, S. D.  (1995).  Becoming a critically reflective teacher.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Cady, J. M., Distad, L. S., & Germundsen, R. (1998).  Reflective practice groups in teacher induction:  Building
professional community via experiential knowledge.  Education, 118 (3):459-470.

Colton, A. B. and Sparks-Langer, G. M. (1993).  A conceptual framework to guide the development of teacher reflection and decision making.  Journal of Teacher Education 44 (1): 45-54.

Grimmet, P. P., Mackinnon, A. M., Erickson, G. L., and Riecken, T. J. (1990). The evolution of reflective practices in teaching and teacher education.  In R. E. Clift, W. R. Houston, and M. C. Pugach (Eds.).  Encountering reflective practice in education.  New York: Teachers College Press.

Kemessis, S (1987).  Critical reflection.  In M. F. Wideen and I. Andrews (Eds.).  Staff Development for School Improvement. Philadelphia:  Falmer Press.

Ross, J. A. and Regan, E. M. (1993).  Sharing professional experience:  Its impact on professional development.  Teaching and Teacher Education 9 (1): 91-106.

Schon, D. (1987).  Educating the reflective practitioner: Toward a new design for teaching and learning in the professions.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Smyth, J. (1988, Winter).  The reflective practitioner.  San Francisco:  Basic Books.

Tabachnick, B. R., and Zeichner, K. M.  (1991). Reflection on reflective teaching.  In B. R. Tabachnick and K.
M. Zeichner (Eds.). Issues and Practices in Inquiry-Oriented Teacher Education. Philadelphia:  Falmer Press.

Vera, G. R. (1988).  Methodologias de investigacion docente: La investigacion protagonica. Santiago, Chile:  Programs Interdisciplinario de Investigacion en Education.