Use of reflection cards

One day I placed a ‘reflection card’ on your table while you were away for a break. When you came back, you ‘discovered it’ and took a look. I used cards created by Lynn Gordon. There are other examples. These had an image and a catchy phrase, then on the other side, a bit more to explain what it was about.

I asked you to think about if the message on the card had anything to do with your work as an educational developer, and/or specifically what we have been doing in the workshop to date.

We talked about the value of the following attributes, activities and tips:

Reflection… Comfort zone (both staying inside, and leaving), Listen, Be patient, Know your rhythm, Big picture and how it relates to me

 

 

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