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    Pedagogical Practice

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    An educator needs to be actively engaged in ongoing reflection practice to improve the learning practice and development. An educator needs to use a range of processes including planning, interacting, assessing, monitoring, and reflecting to make learning experience effective in the classroom. When planning a learning experience, educators should be open to including children’s ideas and interests. Educators should support children to contribute in meaningful learning activities. Each room in…

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    to reflect effectively and to consider what has worked previously in order to overcome potentially difficult and new situations. Being able to develop yourself in practice is also a key part of reflection as having potential for development is parallel to the continuous learning process achieved by reflection. Therefore in order to meet the standard discussed by Connell as part of the “Scholar-teacher model”, it is compulsory for the individual to engage with the professional learning process,…

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    Leadership Philosophy In the effort to create “a new wave of experimentation and advancement” (Senge, 2013, p. 11) within the STEM curricula at OCTC in this Action Research study, my leadership philosophy is guided by Senge’s (2013) disciplines which are building a shared vision, personal mastery, team learning, mental models, and systems thinking for effective leadership within a learning organization. Building a shared vision is sharing pictures of the future with the members to decide on a…

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    Kierkegaard begins the The Present Age by stating that the present age is “one of understanding and reflection, without passion, momentarily bursting into enthusiasm, and shrewdly relapsing into repose” (1846, p33). I will begin by exploring what Kierkegaard meant by ‘passion’ and ‘reflection’. Kierkegaard sees passion, in contrast with reflection, as a desire to engage, to participate…

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    For my client’s confidentiality, throughout the rest of this paper I will be using the false name of Carol to protect her identity. Carol is currently a full-time female student at York University. As I am also a full-time student at York university, when it came time to ask if she would volunteer as my client for this project, Carol’s academic appreciation and understanding personality made the interview very comfortable. Carol’s problem was between her and her best friend whom she feels are…

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    The methods I could use to optimise clinical feedback experience INFORMAL FEEDBACK I find this a very useful way of establishing a feedback routine with a preceptee, because it can be given during or immediately after a performance of each specific task(2). When offered at the time of an act or shortly after(1,8,10), a learner can still recall the incident, therefore validating the reason for feedback. Burgess and Mellis have stated that feedback has the greatest impact on students’ behaviour…

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    FAFSA Reflective Report

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    moment I moved to Savanna High School last year, second semester but at that time I didn’t fully understand it and I was working on few reflections for each class and that was it. But since the beginning of this year, our English class was very focused on the capstone project as a whole. Not just reflections, introduction, transcript reflection, FAFSA reflection, resume also having two teachers in the class with so much resources and experience helped me a lot. When I started creating portfolio…

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    Theatre Observation

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    For my first performance response, I saw Anything Goes at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre in Fort Myers, FL on February 17th, 2017. At this dinner theatre, Will Prapher produces and owns the theatre. With his compony titled Prapher Entertainment, Prapher produces such productions in Florida as well as Pennsylvania. This production was a comedy and a love story all in one. Billy, the protagonist, loved Hope, who was engaged to Evelyn. All the characters interact on a cruise ship that was going…

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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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    Strong subject knowledge is seen to be essential for effective teaching, Schulman, (1986,1987) Eraut,(1994), Turner-Bisset (2001).Throughout the processes of planning, assessment, differentiation or feedback, proficient subject knowledge is deemed vital. With the new National Curriculum, DfE.(2013) focusing strongly on the acquisition of knowledge, the need for teachers to sustain high levels of subject knowledge across the curriculum has never been more crucial. Demands on a teachers’ subject…

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