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  1. Week 2 1 item
    1. Introduction 1 item
      1. Introduction to Observation and Reflective Practice. The tutor will introduce the module, recap the nature of observation, and reflective practice. Students can participate in some paired and individual activities around observation, and set up a schedule of observations for the coming term.

  2. Week 3 2 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Student Observations

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  3. Week 4 2 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
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    2. Seminar 2 1 item
      1. Student Observations

  4. Week 5 2 items
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    2. Seminar 2 1 item
      1. Student Observations

  5. Week 6 2 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Student Observations

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  6. Week 7 5 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Reflective Group

    2. Seminar 2 4 items
      1. In this seminar, following the reading studied last year we can review and deepen understanding of psychoanalytic observation as this emerged strongly in theory and practice from the 1960 in the UK. in the work of Ester Bick and Wilfred Bion. We will also consider how the infant observation methodology has been applied to observing the unconscious life of organisations, and what kinds of knowledge, but also dilemmas, this throws up for the observer.

      2. Essential Reading 3 items
        1. Observing organisations: anxiety, defence, and culture in health care - R. D. Hinshelwood, Wilhelm Skogstad, EBSCOhost ebook collection 2000 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Read Chapter: Part 1, Chapter 2: ‘The method of observing organisations’

  7. Week 8 4 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Reflective Group

    2. Seminar 2 3 items
      1. In this seminar, students begin to consider how reflective practice offers a very different approach to understanding practice, and that this approach has advantages over a purely technical and rational approach.   We look at Schön original model for this.

      2. Essential Reading 2 items
        1. The reflective practitioner : how professionals think in action / Donald A. Schön. - Schön, Donald A.

          Book Essential Read Chapter: 'From Technical Rationality to Reflection-in-Action Professional Contexts for Reflection-In-Action’ AND '‘The Structure of Reflection-in-Action'

        2. The reflective practitioner: how professionals think in action - Donald A. Schṉ, dawsonera 2016 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Read Chapter: 'From Technical Rationality to Reflection-in-Action Professional Contexts for Reflection-In-Action’ AND '‘The Structure of Reflection-in-Action'

  8. Week 9 3 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Reflective Group

    2. Seminar 2 2 items
      1. In this seminar students can explore more recent models of reflective practice by referring to the work of Gillie Bolton.

      2. Essential Reading 1 item
        1. Reflective practice : writing and professional development / Gillie Bolton. - Bolton, Gillie,

          Book Essential Read Chapter: ‘Theories and Contexts of Reflective Practice’

  9. Week 10 2 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Student Observations

    2. Seminar 2 1 item
      1. Student Observations

  10. Week 11 2 items
    1. Seminar 1 1 item
      1. Student Observations

    2. Seminar 2 1 item
      1. Review and prepare for assignment, students to ensure to use reading in their commentary

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