Using Reflection as a Learning Resource: Part 2 of 2

Welcome back, dear Reader! In Part 1 of this post, we reviewed some of the benefits of using Reflection as a learning tool based on the theories of Dewey, Kolb, Schon, Boud, Gibbs, Pedler, to name a few.

The first benefit of reflection is to institute a pause in learning. This is an invitation to the Learner to start thinking back on what they have learned and to try and make sense of it, ie, to convert information to memory.Reflection helps the learner make stronger connections between new and previous learning (ie, scaffolding).Reflection helps the Learner make value judgements about their learning.Reflection helps the Learner plan their next course of action.All of these together help the Learner structure their learning, integrate it into their daily work life, and grow in competence and confidence.

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