Your students have excellent knowledge and skills but they don’t think about them... a reflective learning project

Helen E. Higson, Karen E. Jones

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Abstract

This paper describes two phases of a project set up to encourage students
to be more reflective about their studies and their career goals. it takes as
its starting point a discussion with employers about the Jack of reflection
that they observed in otherwise highly skilled management graduates. The
project.examin!ld.a number of processes, including mentoring, logbooks
and learning style questionnaires to gauge which was the most effective in
inspiring students to be reflective. Having identified the best methods the
project entered a second phase which involved rolling out the findings to
large numbers of students. The challenges of doing this are analysed in
the paper.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2002
EventLTSN Best Conference - Edinburgh (UK)
Duration: 1 Jan 20021 Jan 2002

Conference

ConferenceLTSN Best Conference
CityEdinburgh (UK)
Period1/01/021/01/02

Keywords

  • BMAF
  • reflective learning
  • business and administrative studies
  • learning

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