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    Dialogue Seminars as a Tool in Post Graduate Education.Adrian Ratkić - 2009 - AI and Society 23 (1):99-109.
    This paper describes and discusses a new postgraduate course based on the dialogue-seminar method. The course and the method have been developed within the research area of skill and technology, based at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The main features of the course were dialogue and reflection on practice of research inspired by reading of the source texts from the history of science and philosophy written by: Descartes, Leibniz, Diderot, D’Alembert, Gadamer, Galileo and Darwin. The concept of liberal (...)
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    Reflection on Reflection in Action: A Case Study of Growers Conception of Irrigation Strategies in Pot Plant Production. [REVIEW]Beatrix W. Alsanius, Klara Löfkvist, Göran Kritz & Adrian Ratkic - 2009 - AI and Society 23 (4):545-558.
    A case study of growers conception of irrigation strategies indicates that pot plant growers in Scandinavia base their management approaches on experientially based art. The study also indicates that there is a gap between experientially based art and available greenhouse technology. In order to standardize production and produce quality, both the grower’s experience and available technology should be taken into account. In order to achieve this, the present study proposes to arrange reflection on reflection in action with a group of (...)
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    Images of Reflection: On the Meanings of the Word Reflection in Different Learning Contexts. [REVIEW]Adrian Ratkic - 2013 - AI and Society 28 (3):339-349.
    Reflection is today a watchword in many learning contexts. Experience is said to be transformed to knowledge when we reflect on it, university students are expected to acquire the ability to reflect critically, and we want practitioners to be reflective practitioners in order to improve their professional practice. If we consider what people mean when they talk about reflection in practice, we will discover that they often mean different things. Moreover, their conceptions of reflection are guided by images rather than (...)
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