Location

DeSantis Room 1049

Start Date

23-4-2019 9:55 AM

End Date

23-4-2019 10:25 AM

Document Type

Concurrent

Description

In this presentation, participants will learn how reflections can be used by students to demonstrate learning by experience. Participants will be able to define reflection, articulate its significance in experiential learning pedagogy, and practice reflection for their own personal and professional growth. The presentation will begin with a discussion of reflection as an NSEE principle and as a common assignment in UNIV 1000: First-Year Experience. Participants will then be asked to write brief reflections based on their own experiences and reframe those jottings for other professional contexts such as a CV entry or an annual review report.

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Apr 23rd, 9:55 AM Apr 23rd, 10:25 AM

Written Critical Reflections–The Cornerstone of ExEL Assessment

DeSantis Room 1049

In this presentation, participants will learn how reflections can be used by students to demonstrate learning by experience. Participants will be able to define reflection, articulate its significance in experiential learning pedagogy, and practice reflection for their own personal and professional growth. The presentation will begin with a discussion of reflection as an NSEE principle and as a common assignment in UNIV 1000: First-Year Experience. Participants will then be asked to write brief reflections based on their own experiences and reframe those jottings for other professional contexts such as a CV entry or an annual review report.