Do I know what works for me?
Use this reflective process for student to identify working practices that work for students individually
Carry out explicit reflection on the 5 key themes and how ideas, advice, resources and tools might transfer to this new context
Source: adapted from Reflective Project: Skills for Success by Hodder Education, p2.
Worksheet of PPS review
As students get to know the demands of the reflective project, they can take ownership of the project by considering the responsibilities suggested by key verbs (traditional definition of a 'doing word' is very appropriate here). Notes are included below. This can certainly be done as a sorting activity if appropriate to the group. It would make an excellent first session with a supervisor for the student to discuss their responsibilities and their personal reflection of areas of strengths and weaknesses they anticipate.
Focus Research Communicate Reflect Plan Write Check
Notes of potential responses