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Across the Reflection Toolkit, you will find a range of materials on which you can draw. This includes guidance, ideas of reflective tasks, examples of practice from colleagues, language and structure in academic reflective writing, and example assessment criteria and rubrics.
There are many colleagues across the University who can be useful points of contact regarding reflection for different purposes – for example the Employability Consultancy, IAD, the Careers Service, and colleagues in schools using reflection with their students.
If you would like to discuss your ideas, plans or context, please get in touch – we’ll be happy to help or point you in the right direction.
The Reflection Toolkit has been created by the Employability Consultancy, drawing on extensive literature, expertise and practice from across the University and externally. Our focus is supporting students' development and using this to enhance their long-term impact and success. Reflection is central to personal, professional and academic development for all of us.