Reflect on your learning


It is important to take time to reflect on your learning.  Meaningful, reflective conversations can sustain and nourish us. They can raise individual and collective consciousness. Above all else they involve a discussion of values. This is at the heart of the improvement process.
(Ghaye and Ghaye, 1998, p.122)

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