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Critical Reflection Forms

Author: Community Work Unit (University of Manchester)
Description: This resource offers templates to support students in developing strategies for critical reflection on a work-based learning programme at the University of Manchester. These can all be adapted to suit your own purposes. The templates cover five areas: 1) Expectations from a module; 2) Reflections on a module; 3) Critical Reading Record; 4) Critical Reflection on a Session; and 5) Reflection on Learning Portfolio.
Estimated activity time: 30 minutes
Type of media: Handout/s, Word document, Quiz
Licence: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)
Category: Independent Learning
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CRITICAL REFLECTION FORMS

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Templates to support students in developing strategies for critical reflection on a work-based learning programme at the University of Manchester.  These can all be adapted to suit your own purposes.

There are five forms availaible:

  1. Expectations from a module
    This form encourages students to identify their reasons for selecting a module, their starting points and their learning needs.
  2. Reflections on a module
    The form encourages students to identify, analyse and evaluate their learning from a specific module.
  3. Critical Reading Record
    The form encourages reflection on reading and the recording of information that might be useful in the future.
  4. Critical Reflection on a Session
    The session recording form encourages note-taking and reflection on these notes.
  5. Reflection on Learning Portfolio
    These guidelines for a Reflection on Learning Portfolio relate to the assessment requirements for a required introductory module on an “Effective Learning” programme.

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