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Reflection in Learning

Reflection is an important part of student learning and leadership development. Staff have the responsibility to help students make connections between their curricular experiences, their curricular experiences, and their career aspirations.


In 2016-2017, advisors will be asked to recruit student leaders to participate in Aggies Commit: Reflections on Student Leadership. The purpose is to take a snapshot of co-curricular student learning, prepare students to be lifelong learners, provide resources for student organization advisors, and support the University‚Äôs Quality Enhancement Plan. Student leaders will be asked to respond to a prompt in October, November, before Spring Break, and after Spring Break. Advisors were trained on the process on September 12, 2016.  For more information see the FAQs or contact Kelly Cox at The summary report for the 2014-2015 project can be found here. A brief overview can be found here.


The Division of Student Affairs participated in a study of involved students using reflection through the 2012-2013 year. Click here for the summary of the project.  


The Division of Student Affairs' student employees also participated in a study of what they are learning as part of their employment experiences (Aggies RISE--Reflecting and Integrating Student Employment). Click here for the summary of the project.


For reflection resources from the Texas A&M Center for Teaching Excellence, see


Check back for more resources coming soon!

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