Reflection On The Killer Robot

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In this report, I’ll be discussing the process of creating and displaying a presentation on The Killer Robot case study, and reflecting on my efforts and development throughout.
The reflective model I have chosen to use is the Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle, as I believe it provides a great straight-forward structure into outlining the process and it assists in highlighting all areas, including the emotions felt during the procedure.
Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle
The beginning of this task started out very slowly, as me and my group members had misunderstandings on how to implement and highlight the issues of the case study correctly into our work.
Once we were over this hurdle we took it upon ourselves to split the issues raised
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I thought it would be a good idea to write notes for our slides, and provided some small cards if anybody needed them.
I had some initial concerns and worries that we wouldn’t succeed in this task, as we had trouble in initiating some true progress on our presentation, which crushed my confidence. The lack of communication during the process (on everybody’s behalf, including myself) wasn’t very assuring either, as I wasn’t so sure on the work done by the others.
My allocated sections of the presentation were coming along nicely, and I had a lot of time left over to ensure my timing was nailed down. Although I had doubts about the other group members I was certain in my own abilities, especially now I could focus on the communication skills that were absent in my initial formative presentation.
When the day of the presentation came around and we met in person, I was relieved in what everyone had produced. They all showed a good understanding of the task, and they had rehearsed their content well. Although, I was disappointed we didn’t have time to provide criticism on one another’s work and create a greater consistency between our slides, which could have made things a little
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I think I improved drastically from the formative assessment, and I learned a little bit of preparation can go a long way, especially in terms of confidence. I have never considered myself as confident or able to perform publicly, until this task. It has helped me look at things from a different perspective and I will look back and learn from this experience in future group

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