Some work practices are very dependent on practice-based knowledge, such as in healtcare. Staff may face very different situations. Here reflection, as well as critical thinking, may support people to handle these and also become more skilfull in what they do (Price, 2003) .
I find it very interesting to understand what it is that we are refelcting on in a design process and why.... Designers are trained to "questions the question" but how is it for other professionals and others that are engaged in design processes? How can we make the most of different skills and experiences in a reflective design process?
To be continued...
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Price, A (2003). "Encouraging reflection and critical thinking in practice". Nursing Standard 18 (47).
Schön, D. A. (1984). The reflective practitioner: How professionals think in action (Vol. 5126). Basic Books.