Reflective writing has long been seen as a powerful tool for supporting student learning. It can increase metacognition (students’ thinking about their own thinking), and encourage elaboration, a process by which students enhance and clarify information learned in their own way. Additionally, reflective writing can also support students in taking stock of their goals and accomplishments from the semester. In this virtual conversation, we will discuss how to effectively build in intentional opportunities for reflection in the last third of the semester to foster in students a sense of accomplishment and purpose.
For questions about this virtual conversation, please contact Dr. Meg Gregory, Associate Director of Faculty Programs, CTL at firstname.lastname@example.org
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