We do not learn from experience we learn from reflecting on experience. JOHN DEWEY

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Thought Something that pops into your head is not the type of “thought” we should aim at. Reflective thought results in belief that has importance attached to it and then leads to reflective thinking: “the ground or basis for a belief is deliberately sought and its adequacy to support belief is examined” (p. 1). Belief Something you’re taught, and it’s built upon as you grow up. You accept it and believe it. It commits us to a certain way of thinking. Our beliefs have consequences if we don’t questions them; they can hold us back for change and growth.