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Culture of Critical Reflection

How can one sustain a culture of critical reflection in a course? Please provide a 250 word response using peer-reviewed journal articles. Use APA 5th edition guidelines for in-text citations and reference list.

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1. How can one sustain a culture of critical reflection in a course? Please provide a 250-word response using peer-reviewed journal articles. Use APA 5th edition guidelines for in-text citations and reference list.

Critical reflective was discussed by Brookfield (1995) and others, which is necessary to challenge long held assumptions that might not be accurate. In the context of adult education, this refers to teacher's assumptions. All too frequently, asserts Sparkes (1991), that the teacher's "tool kit" of symbols, stories, rituals and worldviews perpetuates the "sacred norms" of school culture. He hold that critical reflection as a means of cultural interruption has a built-in potential to interrogate, challenge, and change the structures that constrain teachers (Sparkes, 1991).

When teachers become critically reflective, however, it can then be modeled in the classroom through personal behaviors as well as through specific course assignments that tap reflective thinking skills and ability. Thus, according to ...

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