Facts: An objective account of what happened
Feelings: The emotional reactions to the situation
Findings: The concrete learning that you can take away from the situation
Future: Structuring your learning such that you can use it in the future
At this stage, you look at the facts and examine the sequence of events and key moments. Remember to only share solid facts.
Here is where you describe your feelings in the situation which then guides you towards fully understanding the context and better ground your learning in the experience.
Discussing how you felt can help you understand the situation better.
The third step is to start investigating and interpreting the situation to find meaning and make judgments.
In the final stage, you take your findings and consider how to implement them in the future.