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Learning Exercise: Reflective Writing Discussion

Title:
Reflective Writing Discussion
Material:
Description:
Once the students have completed the lesson on 'Reflection and Reflective Writing', they discuss an article from 'The Sunday Times' entitled "Depression Drugs Don't Work". The discussion is online and uses the Blackboard discussion forum. The students are divided into small groups (7 or 8) to encourage commenting. The students write posts at the three levels of reflection - descriptive, dialogic and critical described in the lesson. The posts should be about 200-300 words. Students receive formative feedback from their tutors. There is a small grade for their contribution.
Course: Medicine

Info

Submitted by:
Niall Watts
Date Last Modified:
March 04, 2013

Exercise

Having read the newspaper article on antidepressants and having viewed the elearning unit on reflection, attempt to carry out some brief (descriptive/diaglogic/critcical) reflection upon the statement 'Antidepressants are overprescribed in clinical practice'. Create a new thread to do so. You are encouraged to comment on or critique each others reflections. You will be given feedback on submissions.

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Audience

  • College Upper Division

Topics

Psychiatry

Requirements

Enrolled in Psychiatry module of Medical Course

Learning Objectives

Apply the 3 levels of relection to a medical article by writing a short forum post

Type of Task

  • Group
  • Student-centered
  • Unsupervised