Critical issues for the development of reflective practice in the sport and exercise sciences

Knowles, Zoe; Cropley, Brendan; Huntley, Emma; Miles, Andy
December 2014
Sport & Exercise Scientist;Winter2014, Issue 42, p24
The article focuses on the challenges faced by the exercise and sport community during the integration of reflective practice (RP) into training practice or curricula. Topics include the impact of confusion over practices, definitions, and processes of RP on experiences of practitioners, considerations to be made in response to issues in RP such as individual, domain, professional training and development culture, and the benefits of developing BASES Supervised Experience programme.


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