PIVOT - explanatory poster

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The tool has been developed from Personal Construct Psychology and wider constructivist perspectives of teaching and learning. Through a series of activities within structured interviews, learners are enabled to: - draw out their own personal observations and interpretations within their practice - progressively refine and develop these constructs to reflect and highlight their own core values - systematically score these values as learning aims use these learning aims as a basis for an action plan to develop their own professional practice.

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CreatorsBarry Cooper
Added25 Feb 2011 15:36
KeywordsUKOER, SWAPBox, Professional Identity and Values Organisational Tool (PIVOT), Personal construct psychology, Enhanced Reflection
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PIVOT - Enhanced Reflection

The Professional Identity and Values Organisation Tool (PIVOT) is designed to facilitate and enhance processes of critical reflection and self-directed learning. Our intention is to help students in professional practice become more aware of a developing sense of identity through exploration of their values and creation of their own learning aims. This project piloted the use of PIVOT with social work students, for evaluation and development. What is PIVOT all about? The tools have been developed from Personal Construct Psychology and wider constructivist perspectives of teaching and learning. Through a series of activities within structured interviews, learners are enabled to: - draw out their own personal observations and interpretations within their practice - progressively refine and develop these constructs to reflect and highlight their own core values - systematically score these values as learning aims - use these learning aims as a basis for an action plan to develop their own professional practice.

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