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Examining Effective Student Reflection: Considerations for

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by Kathleen Stanton on 28 March 2014

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Transcript of Examining Effective Student Reflection: Considerations for

Framing Reflection.....
Ideally students engaged in my service learning experience would learn......










Answers drive reflection choice
What were yours???
Reflection & Practicality
Types of Reflections
Group Discussions

Journaling

Reflective Essays

Critical Incidences-Small Moment Reflections

Digital Story Telling

Story Boards

Blogs
Examining Effective Student Reflection: Considerations for your Service Learning Setting
Professional Development

Specific Learning Objectives

Professional Competencies

Challenge

Disposition

Curiosity

Culture

Research


Continuous
Connected
Challenging
Contextualized
Now, lets' be practical
Continuous
Connected
Challenging
Contextualized
Balance
Critical Incidences
Small Moment Reflections
Journaling
Blogs
Ongoing; throughout SL experience

Grading, time, diluting reflection, type of reflection
course to experience

when does experience start?
how frequent are students engaged?
material parallel to experience?
out of comfort zone-provoke

do you want to prompt these situations
are students to explore this via their lens
emphasis of this ongoing or at the end
determine if reflection relates to situation

can you prompt context?
are you asking too much for too little?
are you asking too little for too much?
Time

Grading


Appropriate for:

-immersed & engaged
-upper division
-assistance w/grading

Ideally, students reflections would look like.....
In Summary
First, know what you want

Next, know your students (level, experience)

Remember to keep course objectives central to reflection

If reflection would be meaningful, what would that look like to you?

Balance reflection with your ability to give meaningful, continuous feedback


Be willing to experiment!
short-term experience
lower-division course
multiple SL settings
Group Discussions (grading)
Reflective Essays
Digital Story
Story Boards
Appropriate For:

-short term immersion

-multiple settings

-lower division students
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