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Assignment:

Triple Entry Journal on “The pedagogical balancing act: Teaching reflection in higher education”
1. Summary: Use 5-6 sentences that will sum up the article

2. Reflect and Respond: Write 2-3 salient points from the article that strike you as significant. While these may be citations, they should not be a summary. Respond to each of the points you have chosen. E.g. What is its significance to the author’s argument? Why did you select it? How meaningful is it to you? Comment on its relation to your experience/other readings etc.

3. A Persisting Question: Give a persisting questions and one reason why this question continues to be significant.
Instruction

In this space you will be provided with a resource on triple entry journals and how to apply them in your classes and an article on a framework for reflective practice.

Learning outcome
By the end of this module you will have
    used the journal activity on Moodle to create a triple entry journal to identify significant points and a persisting question from the article “The pedagogical balancing act: teaching reflection in higher education” (Ryan, 2013) and explained how the points and question are significant.
Triple Entry Journal
A Triple Entry Journal is a tool, an activity or assessment task, that helps students learn critical reading skills.
To learn more about a Triple Entry Journal, what it is, why it is important, and how to incorporate it in your classes, please read Triple-Entry Note Taking by the Office of Teaching, Learning, & Technology at the University of Iowa (n.d.)
We will ask you to complete an abbreviated version of the Triple Entry Journal (without columns) in the next tab.

A framework for reflective practice
In the article The pedagogical balancing act: teaching reflection in higher education, Mary Ryan (2013) argues that every level of reflection must be taught and students that do not move through each level will have gaps in their reflections.
–    After reading this article, available from the following link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13562517.2012.694104 (copy and paste the link into your web browser if necessary);

–    complete a triple entry journal by posting your responses to the following tasks in the Triple Entry Journal on “The pedagogical balancing act: teaching reflection in higher education” (linked below)
1. Summary: Write 5-6 sentences that will sum up the article.

2. Reflect and Respond: Write 2-3 salient points from the article that strike you as significant. While these may be citations, they should not be a summary. Respond to each of the points you have chosen. E.g. What is its significance to the author’s argument? Why did you select it? How meaningful is it to you? Comment on its relation to your experience/other readings etc.

3. A Persisting Question: Give a persisting question and one reason why this question continues to be significant.
Triple Entry Journal on “The pedagogical balancing act: teaching reflection in higher education”

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