You have now completed Better Writing: Reflective Writing.
This module was designed to give you a better understanding of reflective writing, and how it can be used in your studies and life to improve the way you think about and interact with the things around you. Reflective writing can be very beneficial for self-improvement and often enhances your learning experience.
It is always appreciated and it will be very useful if you now complete the brief evaluation which follows. Your views are highly valued, and will greatly assist us in making this a more effective program.
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- Fielder, John. Reflective writing and the professional “I”. A Learning Centre Resource.
- Moon, Jenny. (2004). Resources for reflective writing (excerpt). A Handbook of Experiential and Reflective Learning. London: Routledge Falmer. Retrieved from https://www.cemp.ac.uk/people/jennymoon.php
- Richardson, Laurel. (2000). New writing practices in qualitative research. Sociology of Sport Journal, 17, 5–20.
- Scott, Joy, D. (2016). The cultural novice: Writing oneself into knowing with memoir and poetry. Journal of Poetry Therapy. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0889 3675.2016.1215378
- University of Canberra. (2015). Student learning resources: Reflective writing. http://learnonline.canberra.edu.au