Practicing Self-Reflection

Self-reflection can help facilitate the transition to university learning, which requires more self-directed, independent learning. By reflecting on your learning habits and experiences, you can gain a deeper understanding and reach a higher-order learning stage where you start to critically evaluate experiences, relate new concepts to previous knowledge, and connect concepts to real-world experiences.

Self-reflection is a skill that requires practice for proficiency, so consider the five tips shared in the following video as you practice this important skill and prepare to complete reflection-based assignments in class.

Five Tips for Students on Self-Reflection

Five Tips for Self-Reflection Video Transcript (.docx)

Three-Step Self-Reflection Guided Writing Activity


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