Develop understanding of reflective practice in the context of international education and understand how the boundaries of knowledge and practice are advanced through research

learning outcomesOn successful completion of thislearning, and this module, you will be able to:
·Learning outcome 1: Develop understanding of reflective practice in thecontext of international education and understand how the boundaries ofknowledge and practice are advanced through research
·Learning outcome 2: Evidence knowledge and understanding of approachesto teacher enquiry and critical reflection
Forthis assignment there are two potential approaches:Outlinea development, change or initiative you have undertaken anddemonstrate how you have used literature to inform itOROutlinea development, change or initiative you are going to undertakeand demonstrate how you will use literature to inform it.Inboth cases, the following assignment structure may be helpful:·Introduction: why you have made / are making the changes in your settingor your own personal practice.·Literature Review: a critical account of the literature in the fieldaround the importance of research informed practice and what literature saysspecifically around the changes you have undertaken / will undertake·Brief description of the process you have undertaken / will undertake·Show the impact / anticipated impact of the changes and how thesecompare to the outcomes described in the literature·Conclusion: what have you personally taken from this. How will this develop your own classroompractice.Thisassignment can look at any aspect of education, from a curriculum change to anapproach for wider working, such as assessment or behaviour, through to aninstitutional change that will effectaffectthe school as a whole. The overarchingrequirement is that you MUST show how this is backed by literature in thefield.Westrongly advocate that you predominantly use journal articles (from the last 5years) and academic textbooks (from the last 10 years) and any wider seminalwriting (from times outside of these guidelines). Grey literature such as government and schoolpolicy should be used as appropriate, although blogs and newspaper articles shouldbe used with extreme caution unless coming from a clearly academic source.