Kagawa-Singer And Gibbs Reflective Cycle ( 1998 )

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This reflective essay will discuss about Gibb's reflective cycle (1998) that is used by various professionals such as health professionals, educators and people who are in leadership positions. Gibbs reflective cycle assists professionals in reflection and ensure that a person is learning and improving continuously. Gibbs reflective cycle helps structuring thoughts about any situation into a coherent and clear evaluation of the situation leading directly into an action plan for further improvement. Moreover, this reflection is additionally in view of Kagawa-Singer and Blackhall's ABCD Cultural Assessment Model. The principle features of this model are attributes, beliefs, context and decision making which help to diminishing the risk of miscommunication and avoid the stereotyping among the Indigenous population. Throughout this subject, we were engaged and participated in various types of activities and support the culturally diverse activities such as group studies, research, pre-class learning, debates, case scenarios, role play, presentations and games.
I am going to use Gibb’s reflective cycle for the learning process of Indigenous population throughout the course of (CIHW), that enhanced the cultural awareness of Aboriginal and Indigenous people. This reflection is an overview of my assumptions about Indigenous people prior to attending this subject and changes happened in my perceptions during and after undertaking CIHW course which will impacts of my learning on

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