Student Reflective Practices
Scholars have long advocated for reflective practices for professionals and students. However, it is unclear whether significant attention has been paid to determining whether students have an inherent proclivity for the practice of reflection. A study was conducted to determine whether students have a proclivity for reflection and, if so, how that proclivity manifests itself. Furthermore, using Seagal and Horne’s Human Dynamics model, an attempt is made to determine whether specific dynamics employ different reflective strategies.
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Department of Business and Economics, Utica College, P.O. Box 1904, Bethel, Maine 04217-1904, Utica, USA.
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