Encouraging and stimulating review and reflection
This session introduce into the possibilities of encouraging reflection
and the opportunities of individual and peer reflection.
After this session the participant:
- Will be able to understand guidance on different levels of reflection:
self-reflection, reflection on action (analysis and evaluation
of occurred events, decisions
made etc) and reflection in action (the reflection is tied to the context in
which an event occurred);
- Will be able to explain, develop and apply strategies
to stimulate learners
to reflect on their own learning process/progress.
- Will get knowledge about
using technology in supporting reflection
The tutor should discuss the Means of encouraging reflection. His/her
presentation have to follow the plan given below:
- Encoraging reflection by real-life situations;
- Type of questions
provoking reflection - no clear-cut answers
- Role of integrating
new learning into previous learning
- Conclusion of means for encouraging
For more information on the different concepts use
the link to the respective concept.
Discussion: How to support learners in review and reflection?
1: The tutor should introduce the useful
strategies to support student review and reflection ;
- Step 2: Deliberate in small groups
(3-4 persons) on different strategies, distributed by the moderator/course
- Prepare SWOT analysis for each strategy
- Each group presents in
plenary its results
- Final discussions
Peer vs. individual reflection
Confrontation activity: Collective or individual reflection?
- The tutor should make a presentation on the concept of individual
- Work in groups:
Participants are split into two teams; first
stands for prevailing importance of collective reflection, second
supports the individual
the moderator should encourage discussion and challenge participants; at
the end the participants should summarize the results and findings.
MOSEP Project - http://wiki.mosep.org/Mosep/
The project is managed by the Salzburg
Research Forschungsgesellschaft , if you have any questions or contributions,
please contact the project co-ordinator Wolf