Named for Professor Graham Gibbs of Oxford University. Gibbs reflective cycle is a staged analysis of an experience. There are six basic stages:
The cycle connects each stage of the analysis and response to the others in a continuum. This analytical method defines stages effectively, and allows some structure and systematic processes in analysis.
Examples of Gibbs Reflective Cycle:
|You may for example start with an action plan intending to do something, and follow through points 1-5 as a natural result, arriving at a new action plan. Each part of the cycle is a logical development from any point in the cycle.|
Types of goods in economics.