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Reflection in Higher Education (Moon, 2005)

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I woke early with some neat idea that related Moon (2005) on reflection in H.E. to effort and some student being upset about wanting all her ‘effort’ to count … it hadn’t.

I sketched a mini-knowledge map thingey, made coffee, then … well, 90 minutes later I have read all forum entries and nudged two tasks forward, as well as reading all ‘fringe’ forums and followed a long-standing promise to comment on fellow students’ blogs (some, not all) and I’ve done this. So I have at least mentioned what I had on my mind when I stirred into consciousness.

I have the following to work with:

  • Effort/Counts
  • Libertine
  • Resourceful
  • Indulgent
  • Personalised
  • Tutor Guided
  • Course Guided
  • Self-guided
  • Thorough.

As playing with toys is more fun than work I may do one of several things:

Doodle on my Mind Map (its on cartridge paper in a sketch pad so it invites embellishment)

Stick it on or in Compendium (which would be like using a chain-saw to prune back the stunted lavender at the front of the house)

or have a go with …

http://bubbl.us/

Thanks for that Lesley. It took me less than 20 seconds to pick this out of our week one forum.

Oh the joys of playing in the OU sandpit.

 

REFERENCE

 

Moon, J (2004), ‘Using reflective learning to improve the impact of short courses and workshops’, Journal Of Continuing Education In The Health Professions, 24, 1, pp. 4-11, CINAHL, EBSCOhost. 

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