Workshop activity 9: Reflection on experience

Background:

Employability by design requires each participant to evaluate the skills that they have used and gained throughout the workshop. This is also called learning through reflective practice (Schön, 1987). It capitalises on the recent intensive experience of the participants and asks them to look back at what they’ve achieved throughout the workshop, how they have engaged, what came to them easily and what was maybe more challenging and they might need to work on more in the future. 

What you need

Resources:

Time: (per presentation) 10 min

  • 5 min individual
  • 5 min plenary

Method:

Ask teams to fill out the skills evaluation matrix individually.

Open the floor for discussion of anything surprising, or unexpected that they have learned or experienced (either in themselves or in the team).

Example:

Habilidades

¿Viste esta habilidad siendo utilizada? (Si es así, dar un ejemplo).

¿Viste una oportunidad donde esta habilidad podría haber sido utilizada? (o usado más efectivamente?)

Comunicación escrita

 

 

 

Comunicación oral

 

 

 

Habilidades de trabajo en equipo

 

 

Habilidades de liderazgo

 

 

Habilidades interpersonales

 

 

Habilidades de I.T.

 

 

Habilidades numéricas

 

 

Planificación y organización

 

 

Iniciativa

 

 

Resolución de problemas

 

 

Adaptabilidad y flexibilidad

 

 

Conocimientos relevantes para el trabajo

 

 

Aprende y desarrolla habilidades

 

 

Creatividad

 

 


Associated teacher activity:

With your peers, evaluate the skills you have gained as a ‘student’ in carrying out this training.

Discuss which part was most enjoyable and engaging and think about why that was. Think about what was most challenging for you, and assess whether that would be similar for your students. 

Is there anything you would change about the workshop structure?


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