Reflective Journal

Support the development of self-reflection skills in students, by providing them with a process for analysing their experiences.

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  1. Brookfield, S. (1995). Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher. Oxford: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

  2. Ryan, M., & Ryan, M.(2012). ALTC Project. Developing a systematic, cross-faculty approach to teaching and assessing reflection in higher education: Final report.

  3. University of Melbourne. Academic Skills. Writing reflectively: Reflective writing at university.

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