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Transcript of Reflection
Why emphasize self-reflection in FYE?
What changes did we Make?
What were our results?
How is this applicable?
as an Essential part of the
What is self-reflection?
10 reflective writing assignments.
Reflection assignments were tied to integrative thinking indicators from AAC&U VALUE rubrics of:
i. Connections to relevant experiences
ii. Connections across academic disciplines
iii. Adapt and apply information to new situations
iv. Reflect and self-assess
One beyond the classroom activity required with reflection
Incorporated informal reflection in class sessions.
Completes the learning process; effortful action + thoughtful reflection (Cuseo, et. al 2007).
Slows down learning (Moon 2001).
Allows students to take ownership of their learning (Moon 2001).
Increases learning transfer (Bransford et. al).
Provides opportunities to learn from failure (Bain 2012, Bader 2011)
Contributes to Growth Mindset (Dweck 2006)
Reflection is beneficial in many disciplines.
Dewey: "active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusions to which it tends” (1910: 6; 1933: 8).
Kolb: Concrete Experience - Reflective Observation - Abstract conceptualization - active experimentation (1984).
Schön: Reflection-in-action - reflection-on-action (1983, 1987).
Student Self Perception
Grades and Persistence
Out of class
Dr. Dianna Rust & Ryan Korstange
Middle Tennessee State Univ.
Individually: Think of an assignment you recently gave, or a class you recently led; Come up with one specific example of an informal and formal reflection prompt that you could have used.
Group: Share your ideas with your group.
Out of Class