Becoming reflective about our learning and teaching strengthens our capacity to learn and makes us a more effective teacher and instructor and informs our ability to think critically about ideas and new information. Reflective learners assimilate new learning, relate it to what they already know, adapt it for their own purposes and translate thought into action. Reflective learning, however, takes time and is not something that we do naturally. We need to become aware of our thinking processes, make time for reflection, actively plan opportunities to reflect and train ourselves in reflective techniques.
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