Questioneverythin    g
thinking reflection
assumed knowledge
PDPpersonal development planning
PDP is a process not an outcome
what is ajournal?
formatA4, 5, 6, 7, 8pocketphonei pad
a journal is a place for...Recording      thoughts, ideas, observations, thingsReflecting      to gain understandingAnalyz...
what’s in it - actual?written notesdiagramsdrawingssketches
what’s in it - ideas?personal insightobservationsquestionsspeculationthe work of others
contentraw       un-thought-out observationsrecorded close to the action       think police note bookreflection       stuf...
questionswhat happened?why did it happen?what do I think about this?what should I do as a result of this?how do I do this?
how to use itwrite oftennote down dates and timeswrite freely - without hesitationwrite down stuff even if its not relevant
reflection
what is reflection?the image of looking at oneself in a mirror,suggested by the word, means that it hasimplications of bei...
what is reflection?reflection is studying ones own study methodsas seriously as one studies the subjectandthinking about a...
what is reflection?so     know yourself –     how do you work?     why are you doing what you are doing?
what is reflection?sowhen do you work?where do you work?         time         scale time         locationhow does this inf...
what is reflection?so     how do you think you work?     how do you actually work?
what is reflection?in any learning situationyou should           -    prepare for it beforehand           -    participate...
what is reflection?there are two types of reflection     - reflection-in-action     (thinking on your feet)     - reflecti...
what is reflection?    what is reflection?reflection is a process of reviewing anexperience of practice in order to descri...
what is reflection?the reflective student thinks about their ownexperience of studyingand then decides what changes of app...
so
reflective writing process• Think of an interaction, event or  episode that you have experienced  since you started the co...
reflective writing process• Describe what happened
reflective writing process• What was your role?
reflective writing process• What feelings and perceptions  surrounded the experience?
reflective writing process• How would you explain the situation to  someone else?
reflective writing process• What might this experience mean in the  context of your course?
reflective writing process• What other perspectives, theories or  concepts could be applied to the  situation?
reading textiles
Form - describe what you seeColour schemeOne colour or dominantPrinciple shapesTexturesVariety or unity of TexturesArrange...
Process - how it becameWhat materialsProcesses and techniquesHow was the work madeWith whatWhat toolsHow and where was the...
Context - extending beyond the            physicalWhat is the work aboutWhat is its subject matterOvert Vehicle for social...
Mood - bringing yourself into the       picture - empathyHow does the work affect youDoes it relate to a mood feeling or e...
what is your connection to these                images?•   Describe what you see•   Consider what you think about it•   Ho...
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  1. 1. Questioneverythin g
  2. 2. thinking reflection
  3. 3. assumed knowledge
  4. 4. PDPpersonal development planning
  5. 5. PDP is a process not an outcome
  6. 6. what is ajournal?
  7. 7. formatA4, 5, 6, 7, 8pocketphonei pad
  8. 8. a journal is a place for...Recording thoughts, ideas, observations, thingsReflecting to gain understandingAnalyzing to further your learningConcluding setting out what you have thought about
  9. 9. what’s in it - actual?written notesdiagramsdrawingssketches
  10. 10. what’s in it - ideas?personal insightobservationsquestionsspeculationthe work of others
  11. 11. contentraw un-thought-out observationsrecorded close to the action think police note bookreflection stuff you have thought aboutconnections notes on the unexpected
  12. 12. questionswhat happened?why did it happen?what do I think about this?what should I do as a result of this?how do I do this?
  13. 13. how to use itwrite oftennote down dates and timeswrite freely - without hesitationwrite down stuff even if its not relevant
  14. 14. reflection
  15. 15. what is reflection?the image of looking at oneself in a mirror,suggested by the word, means that it hasimplications of being conscious of what oneis doing.
  16. 16. what is reflection?reflection is studying ones own study methodsas seriously as one studies the subjectandthinking about a learning task after you havedone it.unless you do this, the task will almostcertainly be wasted.
  17. 17. what is reflection?so know yourself – how do you work? why are you doing what you are doing?
  18. 18. what is reflection?sowhen do you work?where do you work? time scale time locationhow does this inform your working pattern /approach to work?
  19. 19. what is reflection?so how do you think you work? how do you actually work?
  20. 20. what is reflection?in any learning situationyou should - prepare for it beforehand - participate actively during it - reflect on it afterwards
  21. 21. what is reflection?there are two types of reflection - reflection-in-action (thinking on your feet) - reflection-on-action (retrospective thinking).
  22. 22. what is reflection? what is reflection?reflection is a process of reviewing anexperience of practice in order to describe,analyse, evaluate and so inform learningabout practice
  23. 23. what is reflection?the reflective student thinks about their ownexperience of studyingand then decides what changes of approachmight be most suitable.
  24. 24. so
  25. 25. reflective writing process• Think of an interaction, event or episode that you have experienced since you started the course.
  26. 26. reflective writing process• Describe what happened
  27. 27. reflective writing process• What was your role?
  28. 28. reflective writing process• What feelings and perceptions surrounded the experience?
  29. 29. reflective writing process• How would you explain the situation to someone else?
  30. 30. reflective writing process• What might this experience mean in the context of your course?
  31. 31. reflective writing process• What other perspectives, theories or concepts could be applied to the situation?
  32. 32. reading textiles
  33. 33. Form - describe what you seeColour schemeOne colour or dominantPrinciple shapesTexturesVariety or unity of TexturesArrangement of the elements in the workRelationship to Content
  34. 34. Process - how it becameWhat materialsProcesses and techniquesHow was the work madeWith whatWhat toolsHow and where was the work begunWhat skills were used
  35. 35. Context - extending beyond the physicalWhat is the work aboutWhat is its subject matterOvert Vehicle for social religious moralpolitical concernsObserved directly remembered imaginedRepresentational or distortedWhySuperficial or hidden meanings
  36. 36. Mood - bringing yourself into the picture - empathyHow does the work affect youDoes it relate to a mood feeling or emotionyou have experiencedArtists/designers feeling during the making ofthe workQuiet/noisy happy/sad
  37. 37. what is your connection to these images?• Describe what you see• Consider what you think about it• How could this inform your work?• What is the next thing to do?
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