The components of digital reflective practice record.

  • Components of reflective practice in digital literacy:
  • Description i.e what happened. An account of what took place is vital to set the scene clearly. What tools/ applications were used in what context.
  • Feelings i.e what were you thinking and feeling. These are taken into account to use the information to extend existing knowledge and therefore help to gain a higher level of understanding.
  • Evaluation i.e was good and what was bad about the experience.This is personal but will help in future when deciding what tools/ applications for what task.
  • Analysis i.e what else can you make out of it. This could be used to add any more points of use.
  • Conclusion i.e what else could have been done. The conclusion is a summary of success or failure of a tool or application and what improvements could be made.
  • Action Plan i.e what you will do in future. This is important for future use and the efficacy of the tool/application.
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