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REFLECTIVE LEARNING

Your performance as a students and your subject understanding will improve if each time you attend a lecture or undertake an assignment, you develop the habit of reflecting on your learning.

This will have the benefits of identifying:

  • The development of knowledge or skills.
  • Gaps in your knowledge or skill set that need filling.
  • Information about what is blocking your learning.

One simple way of doing this is to ask yourself these questions:

  • Have I discovered anything new? – About the subject? – About myself?
  • Have I changed my views about something?
  • Has this clarified any points I was concerned about or did not understand before?
  • Do I need any more examples/evidence to clarify my thoughts on this subject?
  • What arguments or alternative viewpoints are there to this?
  • Am I clear as to why I needed to do this task, or why the lecture was given?
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