Reflective learning journal using blog

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Getting students to write reflective journal is a good way for them to learn new concepts. This approach is also useful in order for the lecturer to gain feedback on the concepts that the students learned. The question that the author wishes to pursue is "How best the journal is going to be managed?" To manage the reflective learning journal assignment, the author has been experimenting with the use of special blog called 'Jurnal Pengurusan Emosi'. All registered students in Managing Emotion, an elective course in the Centre for General Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia were required to submit their journal on weekly basis using email and their journal entries are automatically published in the blog. The feedback of the students were very good, among the reasons quoted in relation to the use of the blog were in terms of facilitating their expression of thoughts, learning and sharing of each other's knowledge, and enhancing their understanding of concepts that they learned in class. This paper aims to share author's experience in managing Jurnal Pengurusan Emosi. © 2010 Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Mansor, A. Z. (2011). Reflective learning journal using blog. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 18, pp. 507–516).

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