READINGS for FrLv! 20190315

Reflection in Online Courses

Recommended Readings – Timeless classics or out of date?

As you read any of the articles recommended below, try to identify at least one of the following:

  • useful suggestion or resource 
  • something no longer useful for synchronous online sessions
  • something you would like clarified on Friday, March 15, 2019
  1. “Introduction:  What is Reflection in Learning?” [pp.7-16] from book:Reflection: Turning experience into learning – ‎ [Downloadable PDF of pp1-17] Edited by David Boud, Rosemary Keogh, and David Walker;  Published by RoutledgeFalmer, Taylor & Francis Group.  First published 1985, reprinted 1987, 1994, transferred to Digital Printing 2005.Copyright© 1985 David Boud, Rosemary Keogh, David Walker and contributors.
  2. “Reflections on Teaching and Learning Reflection,” [2pp.] Dr. Sue Pieper, Northern Arizona University, e-Learning Center;
  3. An Introduction to Academic Practice: Reflection“, [2pp.] Library Guides, Univ. of Lincoln,
  4. “Designing for reflection in online courses” [7pp.  pp.313-319] , ResearchGate, 
    by J Herrington & Ron Oliver at Edith Cowan University;  January 2002;  Cited by 54 – ‎Related articles;  Article (PDF Available) · with 335 Reads.
  5.  Educause summary [2pp.] of book:  Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning,Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, Mark A. McDaniel. Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA 2014. 
    Summary only: 
  6. “Cultivating Reflection and Metacognition” [PDFs available for “Metacognition – Cultivating Reflection to Help Students Become Self-Directed Learners” – 8pp. ; and “Supplement 1: Inserting Self-Reflective Comments” – 2pp.] U. Mich, LSA, Sweetland Center for Writing, – Recommended by Saundra McGuire 20190314