Reflective Writing

Here are 5 top tips for reflective writing:

  1. Be curious about what you see, read and hear. Become a good observer and a good listener.
  2. Carry a notebook and pen to note down your thoughts and questions.
  3. Try writing from different perspectives, e.g. students or parents, asking yourself, β€˜What’s it like to be you?’
  4. Draw on your reading to inform your reflections.
  5. Go beyond descriptive writing to the higher levels of reflection: analysis, evaluation, and synthesis.


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