Dynamic Reflection Model
The Dynamic Reflection Model can be used to visualize the inner dialogue. The model uses four chairs that reflect the four different positions a person can take in the internal dialogue.
In the second paragraph we will give an illustration of this principle using a few examples of thoughts and feelings that may occur in the educational context. We will continue by explaining how you can be the director of your own thoughts and feelings by using the Dynamic Reflection Model.
In the following section we discuss how the model is related to certain aspects of developmental psychology, and in the fourth paragraph we explain what we mean by a deficit in the internal system of a teacher.
We conclude by discussing the aspects of group dynamics that are incorporated in the Dynamic Reflection Model. With this article we want to clarify and prove the power of applying the Dynamic Reflection Model to the educational context.
We also would like to demonstrate the importance of the inner dialogue for both teachers and students in the light of high quality education.