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Education: Reflective Writing Resources

Resources for Writing a Leadership Journal

The practice of keeping a leadership journal can help students connect the course readings with their own experiences, and this reading & writing strategy might just develop into a life-long habit that can inform an educational leader's professional life as well.  

To the right is a list of books available from Ikeda Library on journal and reflective writing.   Below are links to external resources with ideas and examples for how to keep a journal.  Each page is followed by a description of the resource and how it might be useful for your own journal writing.  The first five links relate to more academic settings; the latter five links come from webpages maintained by practitioners and professionals.