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Reflection Guide

A self reflection guide based on John Driscoll's Experiential Learning Cycle. Use this tool to support self reflection on specific events, tasks or situations - whether you felt they went well or not so well.

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Reflection Guide

  1. 1. REFLECTION SO WHAT? … is the purpose of returning to this event, situation or task? … happened? … did other people do? (if others were involved in this) … was my part to play? … was my reaction to it? Experience alone does not lead to learning, deliberate reflection on experience is essential for strong growth.   WHAT? NOW WHAT? MAKE TIME TO REFLECT ON EXPERIENCES! *BASED ON JOHN DRISCOLL'S EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING CYCLE … did I feel at the time? … are my feelings now, after the event, are they different from what I experienced at the time? … were the effects of what I did (or did not do)? … positive aspects now emerge for me from the event, situation or task? … have I noticed about my behaviour by taking a more measured look at it? … observations does any person helping me to reflect make of the way I acted at the time? … is the purpose of returning to this situation? …are the implications for me and others based on what I have described and analysed? …difference does it make if I choose to do nothing? …is the main learning that I take from reflecting in this way? …help do I need so that I can 'action' the results of my reflections? …aspect should be tackled first? Use this 3 Step Reflection to review specific events, tasks or situations, whether you felt they went well or not so well!*  

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