The role of personal development planning in improving the reflective writing skills of science and engineering students. Peter Chalk & Dafna Hardbattle CCTM & Write Now CETL Mini-Project London Met Learning & Teaching conference July 2007. Research Context.
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The role of personal development planning in improving the reflective writing skills of science and engineering students
Peter Chalk & Dafna Hardbattle
CCTM & Write Now CETL Mini-Project
London Met Learning & Teaching conference July 2007
Why Science Students?
“In a culture of increasing emphasis on critical reflection by students, it is not surprising that the external examiners… have looked for evidence of this in student dissertations and other assessments. Towards the end of 2000 it became apparent that the incidence and quality of reflective writing by computing students across all programmes needed to be improved.”
Research methodology (Feb-Jul 07)
Rating Tool (quantitative)
Level 1 (?) illustrative example (‘descriptive’)
Level 2.5 (?) illustration (‘stepping back’?)
- commenting that additional questions are required for ‘critical reflection’ in learning