Time for reflection To learn from the experience assess the processes that you

Time for reflection to learn from the experience

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Time for reflection To learn from the experience, assess the processes that you have used when generating your concepts and ideas. The methodology is the wider set of principles from which the specific procedures are developed for working with. You may be able to redefine a new set of procedures from your methodology for your future creative projects. It will depend upon which worked for you and which did not. Your methodology may include: Creativity comes first Following the needs of the customer Using new technologies. There may be some processes that you can identify as being integral to a successful methodology for your conceptual development and ideas work. It is beneficial to understand which procedures did not bring the desired results and whether this was down to the uniqueness of your creative brief or to the methodology that you have used. By reflecting on the experience, you can look at establishing a better set of procedures, or a change in methodology and procedures, to assist you in your future work. Perform an analysis on: The parts that worked well What was easy What was difficult The techniques that worked well when generating ideas The parts that were unnecessary in the process. Note down significant points that helped you and the parts that were difficult or led to frustrations. Recognising and acknowledging the elements that did not work so well is of equal importance so you can determine whether this was project-specific or indicative of your own working preferences. You may want to look at: Creative processes Communication processes
P a g e | 85 Defining timescales. Use this information in your future work to ensure that lessons and methods learned are incorporated into improving your practices.
P a g e | 86 Activity 4B
P a g e | 87 Summative Assessments At the end of your Learner Workbook, you will find the Summative Assessments. This includes: Skills Activity Knowledge Activity Performance Activity. This holistically assesses your understanding and application of the skills, knowledge and performance requirements for this unit. Once this is completed, you will have finished this unit and be ready to move onto the next one well done!

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