AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles v.2: version 2

Reflective Practice

Also, possibly, Rhetorical Rationale/Letter:
A practice or series of practices intended to help (student) writers look backwards at what they have written and forward toward what they can write through the process of revision. Drawing on Schon’s (1984) concept of reflection-in-action, rhetorical reflections or rationales are authors’ attempts to externalize the internal processes of reflection through writing.

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