There are some goo university sites that mention reflection BUT do keep in mind that you are not just 'in a placement' but in the workplace as a person doing the job. It might seem like a subtle difference for emerging rather that establishing professionals, but the difference can be crucial to your development as a professional.
You have both public and private places to reflect in - it is important that you are the person who can decide what is confidential and what is for public/BAPP network consumption about your work. I have discussed this issue with both Ahmet and Pauline - there is no right answer but your own. This module is about deciding how to address both your public and private professional selves and then sharing what is appropriate with others on the course and beyond. Private extracts that are submitted with your work are confidential, but there are many ways to talk about issues publicly. For example, I though of the film director Martin Scorsese - I hope Pauline appreciates his public http://www.myspace.com/martinscorsese where he says that he does not have an email and does not go on online and in an interview http://www.timeout.com/film/features/show-feature/9640/Martin_Scorsese_talks-Shutter_Island-.html
These are extras - remember you have the Reader Part 2 as your guide...
http://awertzberger.com/type2/images/WritingVisual.pdf this is very long so you may only want to scan some of this - might be useful to Module 3 so will put up on separate blog.