Model with different levelsofabstraction. This is thetoplevel. Containingthe elements wewant to understand and support: activityonthework arena, reflectiononthatwork, and particularlythetransitionsbetweenthem (hence separate steps). Cycleitselfconsistenswithotherlearningcycles in theliteratureonlearing.
Tasks in the i* modelsinformedtheselectionof a setofsteps for thereferencemodel
Diagramoutlining a story ofreflectivelearning in a hospital. (Story designed to describetheuseof a tool in MIRROR, how it is intended to support reflectivelearing. E.g. describinguserrequirements! Could be storyboard). Case: doctor in a hospital documenting a conversationwiththe husband of a stroke patient. Individuallyreflecting, gettingcomments from his team, and recognizing a more general issuethat is broughtinto a bi-weeklymeeting and leads to changes in theworkroutines (e.g. organizaitonallevel)
2a) = capture data relevant to reconstruction of /reflection on work experience7b) = provide data relevant to the reconstruction of experience
..skipping the middle cycles for purposes of illustrating
6b) = provide data on related experiences10b) = capture reflection outcomes
Tool support for reflection in the workplace in the context of reflective learning cycles