Through both discussion and case studies, this paper considers ways in which students can be encouraged to reflect on their learning, record what they have learned and use these reflections to plan their future learning. Sometimes called ‘personal and academic planning’, sometimes ‘recording achievement’ or ‘profiling’, the process of ‘personal development planning’ is currently being strongly encouraged as a means of assisting students to make sense of their learning wherever it occurs. This paper will be of interest to anyone who wants to understand the rationale for, and ways of implementing, different models of PDP.


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