3. (Three) Reports on Self-‐Observations and Self-‐ Reflections Maximum 1000 words each term
The purpose of these three reports is to demonstrate how you have used the learning journal to develop your self-‐awareness from term to term. (See Section 11 about the Learning Journal)
Each report is due at the first class meeting after each reading week. Guidelines:
The Reports should include your reflections about:
␣ The main skills you think you have learnt or consolidated so far this year
␣ The skills you think you still need to develop and why
␣ Your participation in the group this term; e.g. your presence and absence, your contributions; (in term 2 and 3) comparisons with previous terms
␣ Ways you enjoyed learning on the programme this term, when you didn␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣ and 3) comparisons with previous terms
␣ Barriers to your own learning and how you have been overcoming them this term; (in term 2 and 3) comparisons with previous terms
␣ The ways in which your own gender, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, social class, sexual orientation influence your experiences in a helping relationship ␣ offering or receiving help,
CCS STUDENT HANDBOOK MODULES 2, 3, 4
1 5 inside and outside the classroom; development of your thinking about this ␣ In the last term, you might also reflect on your future plans. Kameka Ross
‘Counselling and counselling skills’
Report on self-observation and self-reflection.
In the course of this Self-obervation and self-reflection essay, I inten to illostaigh what I have learn about myself and what area I belive still need to understand....
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