Designing a Collaborative Reflection Scheme for Senior Grade Three English Teachers in a State High School in China

Pan Xiao


Reflective practice (RP) is widely used in various professional education fields and is a central part of teacher education.
Through reflection, they may make some adjustments or changes in order to improve their practice and become a better teacher.
However, in RP the focus is often individual rather than collaborative and there is a lack of evidence-based accounts, which
reduces the effect of reflection to a certain degree and similarly in China. Therefore, it is important to have a collaborative and
evidence-based reflection scheme that fits a specific teaching environment in order to improve teaching and develop teachers.


Reflective Practice; Teacher education; Senior Three English Teaching

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i2.2282


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