chapter  4
Reflective Action Planning
A Model for Teacher-Led School Improvement
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As we suggested earlier in Chapter 3, it is helpful to break the reflective action planning model into its different constituents so as to consider the nature and role of each. A detailed explanation of the process, together with accompanying workshop guides and other materials has been set out in a previous publication (Frost, 1997) but, in the period since that guide was published, the model has been developed. Here, we give a summary of each part of the process and illustrate where appropriate with facsimiles based on the work of teachers who have used the model in the past.