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The traditional stages of reflection are self-awareness, description, critical analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. This is the cognitive model of learning by reflection.

We are interested, however, in the active process of reflection, i.e., in how a mentor can intervene to assist in healthy and effective reflection. So, the following 4 stages can be applied: Priming, Guiding, Momentum, and Termination.