October 19, 2007


Writing about Developing reflective practice from Paul's blog

I do appreciate that Paul has given us the opportunity to blog, considered it as part of the assessment, and even spent his time on looking at and making comments on our entries.

But I think reflection perhaps is a bit more about just simply putting an entry in your blog. Putting an entry in the blog, for most of times is nothing more than making a note or comment in one's journal (which was actually blog based on).

However, reflection whether it is  introspection or extrospection, it requires for most times, some form of contemplation and even meditation. Similar in Zen, this process of contemplation can be a gradual enlightenment or sudden enlightenment. I guess as for most people, it is a mix of both. The funny thing is most my enlightenment comes around late in the evening, when it is very quite, and it can easily drag me till early in the morning. Guess I have to find a better way sharpening my saw, instead of staying blunt during the day.

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  1. Paul Roberts

    I agree with what you write here. Reflective practice is more than blogging. I see the written word at the output of reflective practice such as contemplation, and so in order to write the blog, you first must reflect. Particularly during a year of study developing reflective practice is important if you are to gain as much benefit from the studies as possible. It is my intention that through the requirement to blog as part of your module assessment, those new to reflective practice will be encouraged to develop these skills.

    Let those who have developed their reflective practice lead the way with their entries so that newcomers to the practice may learn and be inspired :-)

    12 Nov 2007, 11:24

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