A reflection journal is designed for students to learn from experiences. This reflective journal focuses on basic concepts of academic development for graduate study and future professional development. Reflective learning requires a systematic review of learning experiences and intentional applications of concepts that are discussed in class. Written reflections require substantial context and connectivity of ideas and thoughts. Each journal entry is a minimum of 350 words and submitted bi-weekly. This reflection journal was designed to compliment course lessons and reiterate course learning objevtices. Created by Steven Harris-Scott, Ph.D., and Amy Lewis, Ed.D., for INTO George Mason University with support from Mason 4-VA.
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This podcast from Saarland University offers challenging listening opportunities for upper intermediate ...
This podcast from Saarland University offers challenging listening opportunities for upper intermediate to advanced learners and fascinating topics to do with the English language and culture. Published bi-weekly, with a growing archive of nearly 100 episodes, the podcast can be used in the context of traditional, e-learning, or blended learning courses as well as self-study approaches.