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Successful reflections...

 

  • can situate an assignment into the larger conversation by placing it in either a personal or intellectual context.
  • can raise more questions than it answers as the learner pushes the boundaries of learning and understanding.
  • should elaborate on points made, provide examples, explain reasons for stating something.
  • should make connections between work or topics in a course, work or topics in several courses, work, situations, or topics happening outside of school, or potential future work or situations.
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Successful reflections don't...

 

  • evaluate the instructor.
  • evaluate the course.
  • evaluate the assignment.
  • bash group members.
  • stop at "I learned a lot."
  • argue that effort level or time invested equals a specific grade.
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