Your journals will thoughtfully relate the descriptive, reflective and analytic

Your journals will thoughtfully relate the descriptive, reflective and analytic aspects of your experiences and your learning in class. (2-3 pages each double spaced).
Through this deliberate cognitive activity, you have the potential to intentionally connect thoughts, feelings, and experiences related to the learning activity in which you are engaged. Journal writing is an intentional reflective design strategy that has been used in traditional (face-to-face) learning environments. It will facilitate your integration of new information to what can often be purely academic work. This will also enhance the development of insight; promote cognitive awareness and critical thinking.
The below is only a sample of reflective questions you may ask yourself. You do not need to answer any or all of these questions. These questions are here only to stimulate your thoughts.
• What would you say was the most important thing you learned as a result of the session? • What are your thoughts about the topics covered?
• How might or will you use what you have learned today?
• How can you take what you learned and apply it to…?
• Describe the extent to which you understand the information discussed in class. What are you confident about? What are you confused about? What do you find particularly interesting and thought provoking?

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