Reflective journal improvement workshop

The workshop was useful, as I often struggle to differentiate my reflective posts from my main blog. I learnt that description is no longer needed in my blog posts, as it is more effective to reflect or evaluate an event in order to push my project forward. To use my reflective journal more effectively, I aim to write my reflective posts ‘in the moment’, as I have been making a habit of writing my reflective posts for the week in one evening, when my reflections aren’t fresh in my mind. I now understand that my reflective journal is a crucial element of the FMP, as it is where I will map the development of my project and question my actions. I therefore feel urged to focus on my reflections more closely, as this will help me when I feel stuck or need to solve a problem.

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