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Critical, Creative and Reflective Practice
developing as a critical, creative & reflective practitioner is like a journey into unfamiliar areas, which involves risk, opens up questions, creates more experiences than can be integrated at first, requires support, and yields personal and professional change
A portal to social media or other projects that extend beyond the programs of study of the
Critical & Creative Thinking graduate program
at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Each visitor can choose their own level of involvement—from irregular visits to the links below perusing what others have posted to signing up for a project and receiving email notification of every change.
The ideal for contributors is to extend the experiences that we value in face-to-face and person-to-person interactions and foster interactions that hadn't been happening off-line. To this end, we should:
articulate and affirm our personal and professional aspirations, including our desire to build supportive communities for our efforts.
provide resources to stimulate and advance projects that "facilitate learning and teaching innovation, research and public engagement, discussion and collaboration."
spark other kinds of generative that some of us hadn't anticipated.
Medium or Project
Ways to Contribute
follow us & invite us to follow you
join diigo social bookmarking and share internet resources
friend us & invite us to friend you
join, initiate or comment on discussion threads
for how to join see each project description
share your profile (after joining the wiki)
register for any CE that interests you
connect with us
tag videos with "CCReflect"
to have your event listed email
tag photos with "CCReflect"
CCT at UMass Boston
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