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Reflecting through Peshkin's I's

Savage, Jonathan (2007) Reflecting through Peshkin's I's. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MUSIC EDUCATION, 25. ISSN 0255-7614


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Reflection is an appropriate way of accounting for professional practice and is a standard way in which one can `become better acquainted with one's own story'. Defining `subjectivity' as `the quality of an investigator that affects the results of observational investigation', Peshkin highlights the requirement for any observer of, or participant in, educational events to be `meaningfully attentive' to their own subjectivity as they conduct and reflect on their teaching and research activities. Using Peshkin's work as a model, this article considers the process by which the author identified a number of his own `subjective I's'. From this process, key points are made for other teachers or researchers wanting to adapt this reflective method to their own work.

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