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Thinking About the Way You Learn

Thinking About the Way You Learn


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Thinking About the Way You Learn

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Reflective learning

Reflective learning involves actively monitoring and assessing your knowledge, abilities, and performance during the learning process, in order to improve the process and its associated outcomes.

Being reflective in your learning means thinking about what you’re learning and how you’re learning it, in a way that helps you understand yourself and your learning better.


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  • It can help you assess your situation by prompting you to identify gaps in your knowledge and areas where you need to improve.
  • It can help you figure out how to improve your learning process, by prompting you to figure out which learning techniques work well for you.
  • It can help you understand yourself better by prompting you to consider what kind of assignments or information you struggle with the most.
  • It can help you develop your general metacognitive skills, by training you to think critically about how you learn.
  • It can increase your feelings of autonomy and control, by making you feel that you’re actively in charge of your learning process.
  • It can increase your motivation to learn, by making you feel more in control of the learning process, and by making that process more deliberate and effective.
  • It can improve your learning outcomes.


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There are several things that you can reflect on:

  • Your understanding of the material. For example, how well you understand certain concepts.
  • Your understanding of how to implement what you’ve learned. For example, when and how you can use a certain formula.
  • Your learning process. For example, how well certain learning strategies work for you.
  • Your abilities, preferences, and thoughts. For example, how difficult or enjoyable you find a certain topic.
  • Your goals. For example, where and when you plan to implement something that you’ve learned, and what you hope to achieve by doing so.


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  • Explain what reflective learning is.
  • Explain why reflective learning can be beneficial.
  • Explain how people can generally engage in reflective learning, potentially using relevant examples.
  • Explain how they specifically can engage in reflective learning, potentially using relevant examples.
  • Create an environment that is conducive to reflective learning, for example by giving people enough time to engage in reflection.
  • Guide people’s reflection directly, for example by asking them questions that prompt them to think about their learning.


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Reflective practice involves actively analyzing your experiences and actions, in order to help yourself improve and develop.


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