Reflective practice thesis

Co-operative Inquiry is a reflective practice method for groups which was initially developed by John Heron to support the reflective practice of participatory researchers. Heron, a pioneer in the development of participatory methods in the social sciences, describes the theory and practice of the method in his 1996 book, Co-operative Inquiry: research into the human condition . It involves a group working through a structured, four-stage cycle of action and reflection, through which group members move towards developing new ways of acting.

Reflective practice thesis

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