Week 4: Reflection and feedback
How did you get on with the last quiz? You may have thought of it just as a test, but it also involved you reflecting on what you had learned in the course so far. Reflecting is a key part of the learning process – that’s why there have been reflections at the end of each week’s work. It reminds you of what you have been thinking about, and how the ideas may connect. This process can also help you to remember what you have learned.
This week, Succeed with learning will be looking at reflection in more detail and encouraging you to think about the value of feedback from others in supporting the development of your learning.
Jonathan introduces Week 4 in the following video.
After this week, you will:
- understand the importance of reflection in the process of learning
- understand the importance of feedback in your learning
- have been introduced to some theories about feedback
- be able to apply the Johari Window to show the impact of feedback.