December 13, 2011

Follow–up on An introduction to skills development and the Warwick Skills Portfolio

Heres a summary of how I've been getting on with my action points

It has been a good christmas break for me which enable me to have more time to reflect what I have done so far from the beginning of term 1. My action plans have been going well even though sometimes it's difficult to manage my time in spending self-reflection time,  social time and assignment progress time. 

At least two of my action plans have been progressing especially the written reflective blog that reminds me to be more reflective. I keep motivating myself to evaluate several situations so that enable to reflect and improve further actions in my learning journey.

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  1. Han-na Cha

    Hi Maria,

    Sounds like you’ve had a really good term so far. you mention that you had some issues with managing your time – how have you overcome it? And what are your common pitfalls?

    Well done for continous reflection. practise makes perfect!

    Look forwrad to your final blog entry on this workshop soon.

    14 Dec 2011, 14:52

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