The consultation period for the Exposure Draft: Family Law Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2023 opened on the 18th September, and closes on the 10th November 2023
Reflective Practice can be a shared activity
In fact it is an activity that is better when shared. Getting the input of others is an essential part of reflective practice because if you have nothing to compare your practice to it is unlikely that you will develop new insights or innovations as easily.
Sharing ideas also requires a process of refining them in order to say them out loud. This is part of learning and remembering. We all remember brilliant ideas that we know we’ve had but forgotten!
Some learning theoreticist believe that is because ideas need to be written or spoken to be remembered. That indicates that keeping a practice journal may be a good idea for those who are working alone such as dispute resolution professionals.
Peer Supervision is an option for reflective practice hosted by Mediation Institute.