I realise from my responses to an exercise developed by Jenny Moon that I could identify changes in structure as providing a framework to facilitate reflective writing. Often I prefer some scaffolding or template to enable quick verbal sketches (or straw man) which I then develop over time – so everything being ‘blocked in’ prior to working up is something I bring from my visual background and I have no qualms about drafts being re-worked beyond recognition. Perhaps this also relates to my needing a sense of control (particularly when encountering something unfamiliar). This probably partly explains my choice of a blog to develop my thesis as the structural scaffolding provides a greater sense of organisation than the emergent content deserves.
In terms of reflective practice and reflexivity, for me, reflexive practice is developed as connections and themes are allied to reflection on feelings and emotions to develop a deeper response to a situation.