Research Output per year
Regan Shaw is a lecturer in the School of Education and Social Work. Regan’s passions lie with the community and the power of change and personal growth. Regan’s research interests have grown from a belief that critical reflection is a central force in professional practice and that learning must be a positive, transformative process. Regan teaches across Childhood Practice, Professional Development and Community Education.
Professional programme: Childhood Practice, Professional Development and Community Education.
- Programme Director
- ESWCE School Disability Support Officer
- CLD Admissions Tutor
- Year coordinator
- Module Leader
Research Groups and Collaborations
Regan took part in the ESRC funded series of seminars, ‘Critical Reflection in the Professions’ which will develop international research networks.
Regan is a member of the National Training and Development Network for Community Learning and Development run by Education Scotland which is about developing CPD opportunities for the field.
Regan has recently become a member of proPEL: Professional Practice, Education and Learning. This is an international, collaborative and inter-disciplinary network for research and knowledge exchange in issues of professional education, practice and learning.
· Scottish Funding Council
· Insights Institute
My area of expertise has developed from my experience of providing supportive and effective communications with Communities. I am interested in research that links both my areas of specialism: Psychology and Communitites of Practice and am particularly interested in: Transformative Learning; Critically Reflective Practice; Professional Development; Dialogue; Critical Pedagogy; Reflexive Practice and Lifelong Learning.
A model of the transformative journey into reflexivity: an exploration into students' experiences of critical reflectionShaw, R., 15 Feb 2013, In : Reflective Practice. 14, 3, p. 319-335 17 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: Non-textual form › Digital or Visual Products
A Transformative Journey to Reflexivity: an exploration into students experiences of being a Critically Reflective PractitionerShaw, R., 2011, Proceedings of the Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) Annual Conference 2011. Scottish Educational Research Association, p. 58 1 p. 57
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Raising the standard in Scotland: a report on perspectives of practitioners, trainers and students on qualifying training in community learning and developmentUniversity of Dundee. School of Education, Social Work and Community Education, Jan 2008, Scottish Government.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report