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    It was also a chance to analyse and recognise anything that needed to change in order to improve the quality of care provided. One particular reflection produced the opportunity to reflect on confidence. This was an area that had grown considerably within personal care. The reflection process helps to deepen the understanding of the fundamental aspect of building a relationship with the patient; this is something that should not be underestimated like it is by…

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    Reflection on Mathematical Power In a thoughtful paragraph, summarize the key learning you are taking away from Mathematical Power? I have definitely learned a lot of concepts, ideas, and more through reading Mathematical Power and hearing more about Ruth and Cathy’s journey through creating an interesting math class for Cathy’s students. I think one of the ideas I learned that really stood out for me was being willing to take risks and do things outside of my comfort zone. There were…

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    Privilege Walk Reflection

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    were going through their own emotions. Finally, of all the strange things I felt, I wanted to be able to step backward with them. Is this empathy, or a basic desire to be included? I may not be able to answer this question, but as I stated before, reflection is…

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    Reflection: The aspects of the small group session that went well were that the group members were enthusiastic, prompt/engaged during group sessions, the lessons were well organized, the conference room was in a non-threatening area, and the students were open to feedback. I think the group went well because it was made up of all females who were visibly relieved to learn that there were others in the school that shared similar experiences. If any of the identified male students participated, I…

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    EBL Reflection Kolb’s Learning Cycle includes concrete experience (having an experience), reflective observation (reflecting on the experience), abstract conceptualisation (concluding and learning from the experience) and, active experimentation (creating an action plan). ((Kolb’s Learning Cycle) n.d.) I have chosen Kolb’s learning cycle for this reflection as I believe it to be the most suitable model for the nature of the reflection as it includes chance to create an action plan for the…

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    Comparing and contrast of “Those Winter Sundays” and “My Papa’s Waltz” In describing “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden and “My Papa’s Waltz” by Theodore Roethke we see that both are reflecting on a childhood experience with their fathers. There is a showing of compassion and understanding in both poems yet fear is also described. The speakers are reflecting back on a past childhood memory with their fathers but we do not understand if they are pleasant or resentment. Although they deal…

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    Client 's Two Quadriceps Treatment Program. Week One:- 1st Session out of 5. This was client two first session, the main aim for this session was to analyse the factors of the injury which caused it. Client two has developed an chronic left quadriceps which post three months from injury. The first session was only 60 minutes due to testing and assessment. The testing that was perform on client 's two quadriceps were Lachman 's, Anterior Drawer, Pivot shift, Tibial Drop Back and Posterior…

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    desires put on educators, regardless of how youthful and unpracticed. They need to develop and change continually with Britain 's quickly changing society and differing qualities. Reflection, nonetheless, is a route in which instructors can think about both themselves and their environment. The specialty of individual reflection intends to create polished methodology and through this individual have the capacity to keep up control and through self-question they can distinguish and focus on their…

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    reflect on your actions or teaching strategies, change and imply them to your practice is a good standard of teaching. Looking back and being part of a voluntary based setting and not having as much professional practice, refection in action and reflection on action will be something I learn more along the way and will use to improve with each passing…

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    Individualism In Movies

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    In this generation, media is plays a big part of our life, we’re all one click away from displaying our life away to public. In Education at the Movies, we learned while examining how and what messages films from Hollywood coveys from ideology of meritocracy and expressive individualism to racism inequality and urban high school failure. More important, as students we all gained knowledge on how media can influence and reflect our culture. Therefore, we must learn and apply these methods to our…

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