Print to PDF Reflective Writing A great deal of your time at university will be spent thinking; thinking about what people have said, what you have read, what you yourself are thinking and how your thinking has changed. It is generally believed that the thinking process involves two aspects:
Critical evaluation of method 4. Discuss at least two things you learnt or discovered — for example about design, or working in groups or the physical world — through participating in the Impromptu Design activities.
I learned that good teamwork is the key to success in design activities when time and resources are limited. I learned that every design has its weaknesses and strengths and working with a group can help discover what they are.
We could also see the reality of the way changing a design actually affected its performance. Addresses the assignment question 2.
Reflects on direct experiences 3. Direct reference to the course activity 4. The style is relatively informal, yet still uses full sentences.
Relating what was learnt. The conversations were quite contrived, but also funny and enlightening. I realised that the marketing people used a certain form of evidence to persuade the viewers us?
In contrast, the inventors seemed quite shy and reluctant to use anything more than technical language, almost as if this was the only evidence required — as if no further explanation was needed. This difference forced me to reflect on the aims of this course—how communication skills are not generic, but differ according to time and place.
Description of topic encountered in the course 2. The style is relatively informal, yet still uses full sentences 5. Mezirow, JFostering critical reflection in adulthood: The Learning Centre thanks the students who permitted us to feature examples of their writing.
This guide may be distributed or adapted for educational purposes. Full and proper acknowledgement is required.Reflection Journals What is a reflection journal?
Journal writing has become a very popular educational tool – so much so that when one announces that students will be keeping a journal, a common groan often rises from the class. A reflective journal is a tool that students are encouraged to use to help them understand not just what they have learned while studying but also how they learned it by reflecting on the learning experience itself.
Reflective thinking demands that you recognise that you bring valuable knowledge to every experience. What is reflective writing? Reflective writing is: your response to experiences, opinions, events or new information; your response to thoughts and feelings; 'Shut Up and Write' Cafe Meet-ups for HDR Students.
7 Aug – 4 Dec Reflective Journal Writing as an Alternative Assessment Nicole Williams Beery Middle School- Columbus Public Schools Keywords Reflective journal writing, alternative assessment, general music classroom, early adolescence. Types of reflective writing assignments. Journal: requires you to write weekly entries throughout a semester.
May require you to base your reflection on course content.
Learning diary: similar to a journal, but may require group participation. The diary then becomes a place for you to communicate in writing with other group members.
A reflective journal (aka a reflective diary) is the perfect place to jot down some of life's biggest thoughts. In a reflective journal, you can write about a positive or negative event that you experienced, what it means or meant to you, and what you may have learned from that experience.