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MNG91217 Project Management Principles

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Reflection lies somewhere around the notion of learning and thinking.  We reflect in order to learn something, or we learn as a result of reflecting.  Reflective writing is the expression on paper/screen of some of the mental processes of reflection.  Other forms of expressing reflection are in speech, in film, in graphic portrayal, music etc.  The expression of reflection is not, however, a direct mirror of what happens in the head.  It is a representation of that process within the chosen medium - and reflection represented in writing, for example, will be different to that encompassed in a drawing.  In other words, in making a representation of reflection, we shape and model the content of our reflection according to many influences.  Factors that could shape your reflection into reflective writing might include:

-the reason why you are writing reflectively (personal reasons – e.g. in a diary or for academic purposes etc)

-whether others are going to see what you have written and who they are (e.g. no-one else; a tutor who will mark it; a tutor who will not mark it, friends etc.);

-your emotional state at the time of writing, and emotional reaction to what you are writing (e.g. - a disturbing event that you do not want to think about or something you did well and want to enjoy in the rethinking process);

-related to the above, how safe you feel about the material and anyone seeing it;

-what you know about reflective writing and how able you are to engage in it (see below)

– and so on.  It is also worth noting that you will learn not only from the ‘in the head’ reflection but from the process of representing the reflection itself.  Also, you will learn different things according to the manner in which you represent your reflection.  For example, what you would learn from drawing a picture to represent reflections will differ from what you will learn in writing about the same content.  It is a part of the process of writing reflectively to be as aware as possible of the influences that are shaping the writing that you actually do.

What is reflective writing?

We will start from what reflective writing is not.  It is not:

-conveyance of information, instruction or argument in a report, essay or ‘recipe’;

-straight-forward description, though there may be descriptive elements;

-a straight-forward decision eg about whether something is right or wrong, good or bad etc.

-simple problem solving like recalling how to get to the nearest station.

Reflective writing may apply to anything that is relatively complex.  You might reflect on:

-how to go about your dissertation topic;

-how well you wrote an assignment;

-experiences gained in your part time work;

-what your essay title means and how to go about writing it;

-how to present some project work;

-how you want to behave differently in some context;

-the way in which your non-work activities relate to the programme that you are on;

-the quality of a relationship with someone (to do with your programme or home or family etc);

-how well you got on in your programme last semester;

-your process in solving a difficult problem (e.g. in academic work);

-what you need to do to improve your study processes –  and anything and everything….

Features of the accounts that are indicative of different levels of reflection

The Presentation (1) This account is descriptive and it contains little reflection.  

- The account describes what happened, sometimes mentioning past experiences, sometimes anticipating the future – but all in the context of an account of the event.

- There are some references to Marianne’s emotional reactions, but she has not explored how the reactions relate to her behaviour.

- Ideas are taken on without questioning them or considering them in depth.

- The account is written only from Marianne’s point of view.

- External information is mentioned but its impact on behaviour is not subject to consideration.

- Generally one point is made at a time and ideas are not linked.

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