Reflectors, Converts and the Disengaged: A study of Undergraduate Architecture Students’ Perceptions of Undertaking Learning Journals

@inproceedings{Roberts2009ReflectorsCA,
  title={Reflectors, Converts and the Disengaged: A study of Undergraduate Architecture Students’ Perceptions of Undertaking Learning Journals},
  author={Andrew Simon Roberts and Hannah Eliza Yoell},
  year={2009}
}
AbstractThe benefits of encouraging students to reflect on their learning are widely extolled, since reflection aids learners in understanding new information and forming new conceptions. Learning journals are used in a number of schools of architecture as a means to promote awareness of the design process, through encouraging students to reflect on their learning experiences.This paper outlines the findings of a small scale research project, looking at students’ perceptions of the use of… CONTINUE READING