Notes on contributors Transcript conventions Introduction (Jonathon Ryan and Roger Barnard) Overview: Holistic Reflective Practice (Thomas C S Farrell) 1. Lesson planning: The fundamental platform for reflecting for action (Rika Otto) 2. Reflecting for action: Collaborative lesson planning (Nguyen Gia Viet) 3. Reflecting for and on action: Interviews (Zuwati Hasim) 4. Observation leading to reflection (Ching-Yi Tien) 5. Reflecting in action: Recording private speech (Jocelyn Lee) 6. Reflecting in action: Think aloud (Judy Ng) 7. Reflecting on action: A framework to analyse teacher talk (Anna Mischefski) 8. Pair discussions for reflecting on action: Stimulated recall (Takaaki Hiratsuka) 9. Journal writing as a space for reflection: The concept of kotodama (Atsuko Watanabe) 10. Reflecting on action: Open post-lesson discussions (Yi Wang) 11. Collaborative reflecting on action: Focus groups (Jinrui Li) 12. Reflecting on action: Lesson transcripts (Le Van Canh) 13. Envoi: From reflective practice to action research? (Anne Burns) Index
Roger Barnard is an associate professor in applied linguistics at the University of Waikato. Jonathon Ryan is a principal academic staff member at the Centre for Languages, Waikato Institute of Technology.