In order to show evidence of achievement in each of the 8 CAS learning outcomes, you are expected to write thoughtful reflections at key learning moments of your CAS journey. Documenting your actions and steps towards achieving your learning goals can also come in the form of photos, videos or real ‘work’ you complete in the process; notes for an agenda, letters to sponsors, motivational speeches for peers or advertisements for specific events.
Reflection is personal and ongoing. And it does not just involve thinking back, it involves thinking forward, inward and outward too. How often should you reflect on your CAS experiences? That is up to you to determine. You are the learner, you have set your goals and only you can determine those key learning moments from which thoughtful reflection stems.
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