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Ep 2: Learning through Reflection and Reflective Writing for Personal, Academic, and Professional Growth
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Have you thought about reflective writing for personal, academic or professional growth and development and you're not sure how to get started? Maybe you have been journaling for a long time and need renewed inspiration.
Join my conversation with Simone Cameron-Coen, Civic and Community Engagement Officer at Trinity College Dublin as we discuss the importance of reflection and reflective writing for personal, academic, and professional learning. We explore Bloom's and Gibb's reflective models for writing and the significance our perspective and the perspectives of others have on our learning and enrichment. Simone shares significant experiences in her life that inspired writing and how she uses different journals and writing styles depending on what she needs in the moment.
Whether it is for volunteer experiences, academically working through concepts in learning, keeping on task in your daily work goals, or just a way of coping with the stresses of everyday life... Reflection and reflective writing can deepen your understanding of experiences, anxieties, stresses and help you cope with the rapidly changing pace of living in today's society.