An Assessment of Practicing Reflection in Teaching the Concepts for Engineering Statics

Ande S.




Abstract


This paper shares the experience of Dr Ande in practicing reflection in teaching the concepts for Engineering Statics. His constant pursuit of being a reflective practitioner has made him more evolved as an effective teacher and made him more flexible in modifying his practice. It is interesting to learn from Dr. Ande experience.


Keywords


Reflection, concepts, engineering, learning.

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