Productive Reflection at Work

UTS Training & Development Services Trainers’ Network presents:

"Productive Reflection at Work"
Professor David Boud will talk about how this book articulates a new focus on "productive reflection". It emphasises productivity combined with satisfying the lived experience of work life. It points the way to a new focus on learning at work that moves away from an individual focus on reflection towards a collective one that critically mirrors the current context of production in workplaces.

This text has been highly recommended for students and practitioners concerned with Human Resource Development in organisations and Continuing Professional Education

Professor David Boud, Professor of Adult Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Technology, Sydney
Date: 12 May 2006
Time: 5.30 – 7pm (refreshments from 5.00pm)
Venue: Faculty of Education, UTS – 235 Jones St, Broadway (level 5)
Cost: $25.00 GST incl, payable by cheque or cash
You don’t need to be a member of the network to attend!
email me if you’d like to attend (we need indication of numbers for catering purposes!)

One thought on “Productive Reflection at Work

  1. Hi,
    Came across your name a lot while searching for information on Blogs and their uses as a reflective journal. I thought I’d comment here as my project involves students on work Internships in one of our units and how blogs might help them. If I can pester you for an expert bit of advice – about the moving of a Reflective journal from an email between staff and student – to an open Blog that is acessible anywhere. It seems that some are saying this has somehow made students write more analytical, considered posts. I can also see benefits from the point of view of document management as you mentioned in one of the papers I am looking at and a benefit of creating a network of learners and resources.
    More than looking at reflective journalling which the unit already does, I’m just curious, if you know of anyone or any experiences in going from email to online journals. I have my blog in the URL too – I’m finding lots of great information but it’s all a bit new to me.
    If you have time to comment, I’d love to hear from you.

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