5.4.3 Writing Reflection

Activity 5.13: Writing Reflection

Timing: Allow about 20 minutes for this activity.

This is a required activity for Challenge 8: The Reflection Challenge.

Read through “Writing Reflection,” [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]   a resource that includes a list of twenty questions that can be used to prompt reflection.

Choose five of the questions suggested in the article and write them down in your Learning Journal. Don’t worry about the author’s use of the word “session”—he had face to face teaching sessions when he devised his questions. (See “session” as the same as a part of this course, such as an unit or a challenge, or something that has happened to you, or something you have read or heard about.)

You should also consider what influenced your choice of questions. Did you deliberately choose the most relevant, or did you go for those that you thought would tell you most about yourself? You might even have chosen those that were the simplest or most straightforward. What were the reasons behind your choice? Do they tell you anything about how you approach a challenge?

There is just one thing left to do before you complete the Reflection Challenge. Please go on to this as soon as you can.

5.4.2 Being Aware of Your Habits

5.4.4 Your Learning Journal