An Assessment of Practicing Reflection in Teaching the Concepts for Engineering Statics
Keywords:Reflection, concepts, engineering, learning.
AbstractThis 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.
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