John Driscoll Model of Reflection Google Slides Template For Presentations
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What is the John Driscoll Model of Reflection?
The John Driscoll Model of Reflection is one of the simplest models of reflection. It was created by John Driscoll in 1994, 2000, and 2007, based on the three stem questions asked by Terry Borton in the 1970s. These key questions are:
- WHAT? Describe what happened.
- SO WHAT? Analyze the event.
- NOW WHAT? Anticipate future practice, based on what you learned.
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