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I've been wanting to resume blogging for a while. There are many good reasons to doing so. I recently read one of neil Lawrence's posts, which said that the point of blogging is to answer many queries at once. (He is a pioneer in gaussian processes, which models probability distributions over functions). I suppose mortals like us blog to.... Pauses to think......... (hurray I feel a reflection coming!) 

In any case, I think a convenient platform like this would greatly reduce the barriers to sharing. :) 

This is a  Public reflection which is publicly available for anyone to read.

Created on 20 October 2017 by Suzyahyah

Complete Review

REFLECT Checklist

( Mark the relevant cell with an X ):


Habitual ActionThoughtful ActionReflectionCritical Reflection

Superficial descriptive writing (fact reporting, vague impressions); no reflection or introspection
Elaborated descriptive writing; impressions without reflection
Movement beyond reporting or descriptive writing to reflecting (i.e. attempts to question &/or analyse the event)
Explores and critiques assumptions, values, beliefs, and/or biases, and the consequences of action (present and future)
Writing Spectrumxxxx

Sense of writer being partially present
Sense of writer being partially present
Sense of writer being largely present
Sense of writer being fully present
Presence




No description of the disorienting dilemma, conflict, challenge, or issue of concern
Absent or weak description of the disorienting dilemma, conflict, challenge, or issue of concern
Description of disorienting dilemma, conflict, challenge, or issue of concern
Full description of disorienting dilemma, conflict, challenge, or issue of concern that includes multiple perspectives; explores alternative explanations, and challenges assumptions
Description




Little recognition or attention to emotions
Recognition but no exploration or attention to emotions
Recognition, exploration, and attention to emotions
Recognition, exploration, attention to emotions, and gain of emotional insight
Attending to Emotion




No analysis or meaning making
Little or unclear analysis or meaning making
Some analysis or meaning making
Comprehensive analysis or meaning making
Analysis and Meaning makinglala



Multiple grammatical/spelling errors (e.g. > 10)
Few spelling errors AND grammatical errors
Occasional grammatical or spelling errors (e.g. < 5)
No spelling errors and clear grammar
Attention to Detail



Overall impression


Habitual ActionThoughtful action or introspectionReflectionCritical Reflection
Please mark one with an X
Amazing!

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Created on 20 October 2017 by Suzyahyah