Reflective Thinking

Published by Ricky Peterson on

During this course, you will need to write in a reflective journal. Reflective thinking allows us to modify our thinking based on new information, emotions, events or experiences. There is not necessarily a right or wrong answer. You may become aware of something new in yourself, your environment, or the content. You might discover that ideas you had are validated. You might unlearn old ideas and/or set new learning goals. The main objective of reflective learning is to make sense of information, emotions, events or experiences and consciously write down what you have discovered.

We provide reflective questions for you to consider, but you are allowed to write whatever you want, even if it doesn’t directly answer those questions.

Length of journal entries: try to express at least a paragraph to help make your thinking more transparent. You can of course write more if you desire 🙂