Merging Reflective Inquiry and Self-Study as a Framework for Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching
A model for reflective self-study by nursing faculty includes three phases: assessment (being open to critique, finding collaborative partners, formulating research questions); implementation (understanding validation criteria, choosing data collection and analysis methods, maintaining data integrity); and dissemination (communicating findings, improving practice, developing new questions). (Contains 57 references.)
Journal of Nursing Education
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Drevdahl, Denise J.; Stackman, Richard W.; Purdy, Jill M.; and Louie, Belinda Y., "Merging Reflective Inquiry and Self-Study as a Framework for Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching" (2002). Education Publications. 59.
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