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Reflecting on your own practice

In this section, we will consider what makes practical work effective. There are three activities.

  1. Hands-on, Minds-on: Effective practical work introduces Robin Millar’s model for developing effective practical work. This model underpins the Getting Practical reflection tools available on the right.
  2. Successful and unsuccessful practicals enables you to explore your own practice, using the Getting Practical reflection tool. Before beginning this activity, you may wish to download this tool, ready to use.
  3. Next steps introduces the Reflective tool for multiple activities for use in auditing existing activities or planning new ones, either on your own or with colleagues.