There’s a lot going on in there (your mind).
So how do you know what’s useful or not? There’s so much.
How do you decide what to keep and what to forget ?
(IF you can! I remember what I don’t want and forget what I do.)
OK, it’s a mess, but there must be something worthwhile, eh. What if you could
… that would be Reflective practice
Reflective practice can help you to
- unknot your thinking
- learn from experiences
- gain self awareness
- master self management
How else will you know
- what you think
- what you do
- what you want
- what you don’t ?
Some figure out how to learn from their messy mind.
Be one who does.
Learn more about reflective practice. Contact the ePortfolio coordinator at Careers & Development.
AND Watch these videos (they’re short!)
Hull university offers a visual explanation about Reflective writing.
Reflective practice is a learning method. See the 3-minute Kolb.
Reflection used in learning is a good model for general reflective practice.
once you write your reflections,
(Go to Dump your mind)
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Open your Mind (When does reflection happen?)