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    Team Reflective Analysis

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    Reflective analysis of team Second Chance between May 9th 2016 and June 22nd 2016 during a summer course taken at Wilmington University. The course dealt with high performance teams and began with the formation of my team on day 1 of our course. The first part will be how the team was selected, then how the decision was made to create our name and our product. Next will be the weekly observations leading up to week 7 and closing on any last minute team observations. Beginning on 9 May 2016…

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    5. Reflection on my thoughts and feelings through the process Because I have an extensive experience of working with children (I used to babysit kids from 10 months to 10 years for a couple of years), playing with a child was not a new experience to me. I enjoyed engaging Sahak in a conversation and just be with him through the process. What was different this time, that I had to keep in mind some techniques, be aware of not asking to many questions, not to label things and apply basic…

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    Reflection Paper Reflection presents the opportunity for an individual to consider how their personal experiences and observations have shaped their way of thinking and acceptance of new ideas or information. Additionally, having the ability to reflect upon personal and professional experiences provides insight into an individuals strengths and weaknesses and is necessary to sustain personal and professional improvement and growth. Though, there are a number of reflective practice techniques…

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    must be able to self reflect and learn from their own success and mistakes. I have used reflection with younger students with questions like, do you think you understand what was taught? But now I realize, that was surface stuff. How DO we teach them to be reflective learners? That was the question posed on Twitter awhile ago. My tendency is to have kids write responses to prompts that would spur reflection. But then I began to think about my own process. 
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    We had the opportunity to test out our group and teamwork skills, identify our individual shortcomings as well as our weaknesses as a group and work towards producing an outstanding piece of work. While working on the task, I took advantage of the opportunity to reflect upon my interpersonal and communication skills. M. Bambacas and M. Patrickson (2008, p.52) argue that “Interpersonal communication explains "the means" by which organisational activities, such as managing, controlling, planning,…

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    Introduction The assignment is devoted to teacher self-reflection which is acknowledged to be one of the moves that will lead to development and professionalism. Part A looks firstly at theory of reflection in general and then how it works in teaching. It points why reflection is essential in teaching practice and presents different ways of reflections as well as different levels of reflection. Whereas part B, presents more practical use of reflection and how it was used by me. 1. Literature…

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    practice can become a means of reflection as you are able to look back at past events and are able to remember and gain understanding…

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    Oosting felt that each and every person is born with a gift that will aid them in finding or fulfilling their vocation, however this gift is not something that can be learned or practiced, but rather something one finds upon vast amounts of self-reflection and…

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    Her mind wanders as she drags her pudgy form across the hatched navy carpeting, but her eyes remain fixed on the girl perched on the edge of the threadbare sofa, feet dangling within inches of the floor. And when the girl plants herself firmly on the ground and strides down the hallway in the opposite direction, the toddler’s innocent face fills with admiration. But her own feet quiver beneath the weight of her infantile body, rendering her incapable of standing on her own; she looks up to her…

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    practitioner refers to a teacher who actively engages in reflection practices with respect to daily teaching, pedagogy and personal beliefs (Larrivee, 2015). Through critical reflections on their behaviors and professional practices, teachers build confidence in dealing with inevitable dilemmas and tradeoffs involved in daily teaching. They free teaching from routines and are able to deliver more deliberative and intentional…

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