Reflection is a personal response to experiences, situations, events or new information. Submit a Reflection Letter looking back at what you have learned about yourself during our course. Address the letter to yourself. Use the following document to help you develop a well-written paragraph of at least eleven sentences.
There is neither a right nor a wrong way of reflective thinking, there are just questions to explore.
Figure 1 shows that the reflective thinking process starts with you. Before you can begin to assess the words and ideas of others, you need to pause and identify and examine your own thoughts.
Reflective thinking demands that you recognize that you bring valuable knowledge to every experience. It helps you therefore to recognize and clarify the important connections between what you already know and what you are learning. It is a way of helping you to become an active, aware and critical learner.