ETAP 623 Spring 2014 Home | Lisa Perreault's Portfolio | Mini-Course: Understanding Reflection: Using the Reflective Learning Journal

In the POST-ASSESSMENT, educators will be able to:

Recognize and recall the concepts and process of reflection in student learning.

Transfer the knowledge to the real-world learning classroom.

Identify effective strategies useful for the educators to guide and facilitate student reflective thinking and learning.

Demonstrate the basic components of a rubric as a method of assessing student learning.


Educators will be given a questionnaire to assess their level of learning and understanding at the end of this mini-course.

1. How do you define reflection in student learning?

2. Which steps in Gibb’s Cycle of Reflection were meaningful for your learning?

3. Why is a reflective learning journal important?

4. How would you use journaling in your classroom?

5. How does a rubric promote your assessment of student learning?


Complete the evaluation at the end of this mini-course. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated and helpful for improving this course.""

1. Did you find this mini-course useful?

2. Was the information helpful for your learning and understanding about reflection?

3. Did it meet your expectations?

4. Please provide additional feedback.

Thank you for your participation.


Go back to: Understanding Reflection: Using the Reflective Learning Journal


Unit 1: What is Reflection?

Unit 2: What is Gibb's Cycle of Reflection?

Unit 3: What is a Reflective Learning Journal?


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