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As a life coach I have modified a commonly utilised toolthe Wheel of Life (Whitworth, L., Kimsey-House, H. and Davies, S. Co-active Coaching. Palo Alto, Ca: Davies-Black, 1998) and developed a self-assessment wheel. The purpose of this paper is to share my experience of developing and using the self-assessment wheel to facilitate reflection amongst practice educators. Reflective practice is an important skill to master and often the challenge for many practitioners is where to start and how todoi:10.11120/pblh.2013.00019 fatcat:vsx2ndqu2jh47jddmevkzhwofy