Category Archives: Learning Journals

International staff development in teaching and learning: Lessons learnt

At the end of another period of working with lecturers from overseas I thought it would be useful to pause for thought and identify lessons from working in the area of transnational staff development. I have just completed my third … Continue reading

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Five quick ways to write reflectively

Imagine an audience for your musings. It’s hard to write without an audience. Write like you are talking to someone that you trust and connect with, and to extend your thoughts imagine their probing questions when you hit natural pauses. … Continue reading

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How can work based learners develop effective study strategies?

Success in work-based study requires the development of effective personal study strategies (Lee, 2008) to enhance independence, confidence, ability to manage complex projects or tasks and to maximise the integration of learning in the workplace. So how can work based … Continue reading

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An introduction to learning journals (resource paper)

When I have looked for a resource on learning journals, rarely have  I found anything which covers all of the essentials at a useful level. I produced a brief paper to support students using learning journals in the workplace. This … Continue reading

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Learning Journals

Still working on online PDP … a whistle stop guide to learning journals then to help this along ….

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