Questions to support reflective writingDeveloped by Jenny Moon, University of ExeterIt can be useful to prompt the description of the subject matter of reflection in terms of a question such as:
What is the issue/event/topic/plan/project/task/period of time, etc. that is to be the subject matter of the reflection?
Questions to facilitate reflection
|• From the description above, what is the issue/are the issues that could be addressed in reflective writing? These issues can be raised within the description or separately. |
|• Is there anything else you need to consider at the moment in terms of the context? |
|• What is the nature of the significance of this issue to you? |
|• How do you feel about it? |
|• How do your feelings relate to any action? |
|• Was it good/bad - and what are the implications? |
|• What do you need to do? |
|• What other information do you need (ideas, knowledge, opinion, etc.)? |
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Book title: A Handbook of Reflective and Experiential Learning: Theory and Practice.
Contributors: Jennifer A. Moon - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: 210.
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