Notes and thoughts…..on reflection
Its a part of the ancient practice of self improvement.
Being objective is a requirement.Removing ones ego is a part of this process.
It can be vey personal, describing feelings of failure or negativity.
Benefits include a potential comparison to diaring and downloading ones thoughts.
Big picture perspective / 10,000ft view.
All tot easy to over analyse and perhaps through modesty, a emphasis on negativity.
Journaling should be for definition, clarity and purifying thoughts.
The good habits, the daily writing and thus reflection, come out of genuine desire.
As a teacher I see how valuable the right environment is.
For my junior classes, adopting a method of gamification has changed enjoyment and value tremendously.
I feel that, in my own industry, good teachers adapt and customise.
Bad just generalise and rely on cliches, stay in their own comfort zone.