Reflective journals are used increasingly in Higher Education. Examples from an unstructured journal kept by the author in her role as a new Mechanical Engineering student raise issues of what ìoughtî to be in journals, how emotional effects should be dealt with and how the subjective nature of reflection may cause problems for assessment.
|Title of host publication||Personal Development Planning in Practice: A series of case studies|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2001|
- higher education
- personal development planning
- case studies
Sinclair, C., Juwah, C. (Ed.), Stefani, L. (Ed.), Westwood, J. (Ed.), Gray, C. (Ed.), & Drysdale, J. (Ed.) (2001). Personal development planning in practice: a series of case studies. In Personal Development Planning in Practice: A series of case studies (pp. 20-23)