“Journal Writing is Something We Have to Learn on Our Own” — The Results of A Focus Group Discussion With Recreation Students

@inproceedings{Dyment2003JournalWI,
  title={“Journal Writing is Something We Have to Learn on Our Own” — The Results of A Focus Group Discussion With Recreation Students},
  author={Janet E. Dyment and Timothy S. O'connell},
  year={2003}
}
Reflective journals have become an increasingly popular tool used by numerous instructors in many academic fields, including recreation and leisure studies. Previous research and narrative reports of journal writing have indicated there are several positive and negative aspects of journal writing for students. However, many aspects of journal writing remain poorly understood. In this paper, we describe the results of a focus group discussion centered on journal writing held with nine students… CONTINUE READING

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