Thinking to Transform Companion Manual

Facilitating Reflection in Leadership Learning

By:
Jillian M. Volpe White, Florida State University
Kathy L. Guthrie, Florida State University
Maritza Torres, University of Central Florida

A volume in the series: Contemporary Perspectives on Leadership Learning. Editor(s): Kathy L. Guthrie, Florida State University.

Published 2019

Through courses, internships, community engagement, social organizations, and daily interactions with others, every day we accumulate experiences; however, learning does not happen through experience but from reflection on experiences. This manual provides guidance for facilitating reflection in leadership learning and features over 50 activities from 52 reflective leadership educators. Guided by a framework for reflection in leadership learning, we focus on six methods for reflection: contemplative, creative, digital, discussion, narrative, and written. Through prioritizing time, holding space, and asking questions that challenge assumptions, educators facilitate reflection in leadership learning. This intentional focus on making meaning of leadership processes enhances the capacity of learners to work collaboratively for change.

CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: Enhancing Your Skills for Facilitating Reflection. CHAPTER 2: Contemplative. CHAPTER 3: Creative. CHAPTER 4: Digital. CHAPTER 5: Discussion. CHAPTER 6: Narrative. CHAPTER 7: Written. About the Editors and Contributors.

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