@Sylvia Currie

I used to do a regular reflective component with some of my F2F classes called a Stop, Reflect–which was a 3 minutes about writing exactly what you were thinking, sometimes around a suggested topic, as an opportunity for immediate reflective practice.

I agree with you about writing for 10 minutes “tapping out what enters your mind without overworking it.” That is more likely what would happen with paper reflection as well, so I envision this being the same way.

I am also intrigued about the issue you raised, which is becoming increasingly important to me as I consider future dissertation (or thesis, as it is called in the UK) topics–the idea about reflecting out load. This just is within the area of the 10-minute reflective piece I just started for today!