Author: Andrew Cram
This pattern is concerned with supporting students’ development of reflective skills and learning-seeking behaviour. It encourages students to explore a collection of potential topics towards the end of a semester and reflect on their learning needs, before collaboratively choosing one or more elective topics of study in later weeks in a course.
This pattern is concerned with engaging students with reflective practice in large scale classes where student support, marking and feedback need to be done efficiently and sustainably. Drawing on the experiences in multiple CLaS units, this pattern describes several options for how to structure the reflection activities throughout the semester to achieve this.