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Reflection Cycle

Based on research by Philip C. Abrami, C. Anne Wade, Vanitha Pillay, Ofra Aslan, Eva M. Bures, Caitlin Bentley: "Encouraging self-regulated learning through electronic portfolios." Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology V34(3) Fall 2008 (attached below)

Reflection in action - During

Performance or Volitional Control
Processes that occur action and affect attention and action

Self-control processes help learners to focus on tasks and optimize efforts
Self-instruction
Imagery
Attention focusing
Task Strategies
Self-observation allows learners to vary aspects of their performance
Self-recording
Self-experimentation

Reflection on action - After

Self-Reflection
Processes which occur after performance efforts and influence a person’s response to that experience

Planning and implementing a strategy provides an evaluation metric for learners to attribute successes or failures to, rather than low ability
Self-judgment
Self-evaluation
Casual attribution
Self-reaction
Self-satisfaction/affect
Adaptive-defensive response

Reflection for action - Before

Forethought
Influential processes which precede efforts to act and set the stage for action

Goal setting increases self-efficacy and intrinsic interest
Task Analysis
Goal setting
Strategic Planning
Self-motivation beliefs increase commitment
Self-motivational beliefs:
Self-efficacy
Outcome expectations
Intrinsic interest/value
Goal Orientation


Updated on Aug 26, 2011 by Helen Barrett (Version 4)


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