The basic critical reflections process is short and simple: exploring, reflecting, and projecting. As with learning almost any other process, it's good to begin with the basics, repeat them, and master them. After you've done that, you may want to consider the following activities, which can be used to create more extensive versions of the critical reflections process.
The following activities are useful in the exploring stage of the process.
Personal Story Writing. The purpose of this activity is to help people be candid about their individual perceptions of the key event. Each member of the group is asked to write a short story that represents his or her individual experience of the key event.