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    Event Reflective Practice

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    REFLECTION FROM SCENARIO LESSON AND FORUM FEEDBAK. From the scenario lesson I got an idea about the event reflection report. I could learn about the principles of reflective practices. There was a good example of an event reflection regarding one research question from mental health practice. This scenario explains how could learn about principles of reflective practices. There was a good example of an event reflection regarding one research question from mental health practice. This explains…

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    LEARN Analysis Reflection Introduction The purpose of this paper is to examine a clinical experience that has altered my perspective using the LEARN analysis tool. The LEARN analysis tool consists of sections that have been used to organize this paper. These segments consist of Look Back, Elaborate, Analyze, Revision, and New Perspective. By using this reflective menthod, I hope to be able to reflect on my expreience in the community context and use scholarly literature to evaluate and alter…

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    In reflection #2, I stated that I was going to go back and revise my essay to correct any punctuation and grammatical errors and I have done so,My product was designing an infertility magazine which explains what infertility is, who it occurs in and why/how it can happen , the magazine also had more details on the methods of medical reproduction ( Surrogacy, In-Vitro Fertilization, and Fertility Drugs). The service learning part of my graduation project I decided to go to ____________over…

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    Yearbook personal reflection Yearbook is a class filled with energy, enthusiasm, and love for what we do. We are not only a class but a force that work together to achieve great things. Though being perfect is impossible, we the yearbook staff think differently and strive to perfection year after year. Being a part of yearbook is an honor, and I take pride in what I have accomplished this year. When I first joined yearbook I didn’t know what to expect. Was I going to be taking pictures? writing…

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    1) Mr. K what do you mean by you do not know how much longer you can go on? My rational for asking him what does he mean that he cannot go on, is because he sounds like he is talking about suicide. As a social worker this is something that I want to be clear about. I think that he might respond to this question by answering it in a very specific way. Mr. K is very emotional right now therefore he need help, by me asking him about himself I think that he would be open to answering me with any…

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    Because I have been there and done that, although my most painful memory involves floundering about this way and that, desperately wondering when someone would love me enough to make me human in my own eyes. Now that I think of it I think my favorite reflection if my past was the day I learned to rest my identity in Jesus. I knew that day that I would never again yearn for approval of men…because I had chosen to accept the love of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. I of course cannot say that…

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    As the world fades around me into a gray mist, I struggle to catch one more breath. I gasp from the muscle cramps and unintentionally breathe in water. In a last feeble attempt, my arms twitch and fail to bring me to the surface. Instead, I drift within the current and my eyes dim while glazing upward towards the water’s surface. My body surrenders to the mercy of death with the expelling of tiny air bubbles. They caress my face in a playful motion. Then as my body begins to sink, the remaining…

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    Foundation Degree in Education. The assignment includes School B (current setting) and refers back to School A (previous setting). There are formal and informal reflections on the learning journey that inform current professional development. Each module will be reflected on in a personal and professional manner and models of reflection used. Outlined will be my current role and responsibilities which reflect on the children’s development. My strengths and weaknesses will be critically analysed…

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    It’s a learning curve Little responsibility. No real understanding. Very little concept of how the ‘big world’ works. These are just some of the uncounted ways of being three years old. Despite the idea of growing up isn’t thought of and talked about much it still happens to everyone which means it is still a substantially significant part of everyone life including mine, which has inspired me so much to write about my view and experience of ‘growing up.’ All though being three years old…

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    Writing Class Reflection

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    The next tag for the reflection here is “Equality”. The article “Conversation With Whale” was one of my next article in which I had tried to mention the life of animals. I find myself being much more natural and animal lover when I go through the reflections. I had mentioned in the same article that people kill animals, particularly whales, for their artificial beauty and decoration; and…

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