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    full mission simulation, and debriefing. The reflective period after a simulation describes debriefing that involves a discussion of the enacted scenario. The components of debriefing utilizing the Ee-chats includes emotion, experience, communication, higher order of thinking, acceptance of the activity and the time and structure (Billings and Halstead, 2012). Furthermore, locating a significant knowledge deficit among the learners concerning particular aspects of the experience include…

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    Piaget's Constructivism

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    The meaning of service has been literally evolving for centuries. This study is supported by the following theories. Although the term service learning was coined in the 1970’s the test of curriculum embedded service were prompted much earlier by educational scholars. This study supports the following theories: Jean Piaget’s Constructivism is a theory of knowledge which argues that humans generate knowledge and meaning from their experiences. He suggested that through processes of…

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    Education Statement My short-term educational goal is to complete my Bachelor of Health Science Degree program with honors. Long-term, I intend to pursue a more focused Master’s degree in Clinical Research. Unfortunately, there are few bachelor programs for clinical research available. To date I am an LPN as well as a certified clinical research coordinator. Regrettably, there were few nursing associate degree programs available when I was searching for an accelerated program. The LPN education…

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    significance of learning and having an openness to change, there are five main roles the teacher has in facilitating effective learning: 1) To set a positive environment for learning, 2) to clarifying the purpose of the learning, 3) to organize and make available learning resources, 4) to balance intellectual and emotional components of learning, and 5) to share outlooks and feelings with the learners without an overbearing attitude (Lisko & O'Dell, 2010). Principles of experiential learning…

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    & Sprenkle, 2007). When a supervisee is learning and using theory, I believe it will be helpful in their journey in opening their minds to other ways of viewing a person’s story and other opportunities that are possible from different points of view. I want supervisees to become aware of what theories work for them, and for clients, in specific situations. I also believe that it is my duty as a supervisor when training or mentoring a new supervisee learning to become a clinical licensed…

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    of the learning experience. Nowadays, the theory and its principles are one of the foundational pillars when researchers, educators and instructional designers try to analyze, design and evaluate how adult students learn. The theory describes the characteristics of adult learners as well the assumptions that must be taken into consideration when designing adult learning curriculums. According to Instructional Design.org (n.d) there are four basic assumptions when designing adult learning…

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    force to have; people around me all go to school or study at home. Since I was born and raised in cities, I have never come across anyone who was unable to go to school. I felt that education is a right; but in reality, education is only a privilege. Learning about the life of the two protagonist, in A Thousand Splendid Suns, I came I understand that there are a lot of children out there who would risk their life for education, unlike me who do not want to go to school at all. The story…

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    The concept of purposefulness and the need for the adult learner to connect learning with concrete experience are discussed. Merriam, S. B., & Caffarella, R. S. (2001). Adult learning theories, principles and applications. San Francisco, CA: Wiley & Sons. This is a textbook used for the training of instructors of adult students. Several excellent and pertinent chapters are devoted…

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    course on service learning. I thought it would be like Freshman Orientation 101 where we would learn more history about Alabama A&M University, but both classes are very different. This semester I have learned how important it is for an individual to give back to their community. I learned the meaning of service learning. Service-learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach…

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    Virtual Reality Analysis

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    Virtual Reality (VR) offers a solution to institutional obstacles imposed on experiential learning outside of the classroom. Larger class sizes, financial restraints, inadequate online programs, and insufficient disability provisions inhibit students from interacting with essential locations - harming undergraduate students’ retention in…

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