Dr. Stephanie Knouse (Executive Reflection Fellow), with the assistance of reflection fellows, is leading an effort to create a micro lecture repository that highlights how Furman faculty and staff are implementing reflection in their academic courses and programs. The 2-3-minute videos included below are also accompanied by instructors’ materials so that those interested in learning more can examine the details of the assignments.
Please contact Dr. Knouse if you would like to be featured in the micro lecture series on reflection or if you would like to schedule an individual consultation on how to incorporate reflective practices in your courses or programs. Stay tuned for more information about how you might participate in future reflection fellow cohorts.
Lillian Essaf received the Cothran Center’s Jim Smart Award for Vocational Reflection for her excellence in vocational exploration and reflection among students. See full story here.
The videos below highlight Furman faculty who have implemented reflection practices into their courses. The document Implementing Reflection in Academic Courses is also available for those interested in learning more about specific strategies for integrating reflection at Furman.
Reflective Pratices in Introductory Courses: SPN 110, by Stephanie Knouse [PDF]
Reflective Practices in Introductory Courses: MTH 110 & 115, by John Harris [PDF]
Reflective Practices in Introductory Courses: ED 120, by Lorraine DeJong [PDF]
Reflective Practices in Physics Courses, by Susan D’Amato [PDF]
Reflective Practices for Study Away and Internships – Course Syllabus [PDF]
Study Away and Internships Reflection Survey [PDF]