Tutoring: Notes

 

ARGYRIS C and SCHÖN D (1974) Theory in Practice: increasing professional effectiveness San Francisco; Jossey-Bass

ATHERTON J S (1989) Interpreting Residential Life: values to practice London; Tavistock

BERNE E (1966) Games People Play Harmondsworth; Penguin

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CLAXTON G (1998) Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: why intelligence increases when you think less London; Fourth Estate

Provocative!

    (See also Gladwell, M (2006) Blink; the power of thinking without thinking London; Penguin

Although hugely popular the Gladwell text is a lightweight restatement of Claxton)

HERON (1990) Helping the Client: a creative practical guide London; Sage

LAURILLARD D (2001) Rethinking University Teaching: a framework for the effective use of educational technology (2nd edition) London; RoutledgeFalmer

MAITENY P and REED B D (1998) Oscillation: a meaning and values-centred approach to the sustainability of human systems London: the Grubb Institute

MOON J (1999) Reflection in Learning and Professional Development: theory and practice London; Kogan Page

REED B D (1978) The Dynamics of Religion: process and movement in Christian churches London; Darton Longman and Todd

SCHÖN D A (1983) The Reflective Practitioner: how professionals think in action London: Temple Smith

WINNICOTT D (1970) Playing and Reality Harmondsworth: Penguin

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