Critical reflection in an essay involves analysing and evaluating your own experiences, assumptions, and beliefs, as well as considering alternative perspectives and evidence. To do this effectively, you should:
- Describe the experience or topic you are reflecting on, and provide context and background information.
- Analyse your assumptions, biases, and values, and consider how they may have influenced your perceptions.
- Evaluate the evidence and consider alternative perspectives to challenge your assumptions.
- Draw conclusions and identify areas for further learning or development.