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    scientists (Ellis, S., Carette, B., Anseel, F., & Lievens, F. 2014) found that through systematic reflection, one can learn from failures, as well as, learn from our successes. When people reflected and analyzed the decision that produced their performance outcomes, they were able to learn from their experience, from both a positive and negative one. After a failed experience, providing any kind of reflection contributes to one’s progress. When…

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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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    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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    The Faceless Analysis

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    quite right about them, I was able to point out things that I, as a writer, liked about what I had done and things that I thought could be re-thought, and things that I, as a reader, liked and disliked about my story. I would be able to take this reflection of my story, and rewrite it, fixing all the mistakes without changing the good things, which would help me improve my writing in general and help me be more critical of my…

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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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    In this assignment I will reflect on team working during our care pathway group project and its implications for practice. Reflection is important due to the way that healthcare professionals develop their practice by learning from their experiences, as well as how it benefits one’s professional development (Jasper et al 2013). This is further supported by The Health and Care Professions Councils’ (HCPC) code of conduct which instructs that a registrant must “keep your professional knowledge and…

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    is fading, the eyes, which were once so full of emotion, are fading. I am becoming dull and lifeless, day by day. I sometimes wonder what this small prevailing object thinks of me, it is the one thing in my life that is truthful; unbiased in its reflection of the world and people. I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately…

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    Personal reflective account I have chosen to use Kolb 's (1931) experiential learning model of reflection to reflect on my personal experience of moving house. I considered this to be the best model to assist me in reflecting on my experience as it allowed me to reflect on what happened, what my experience was, why it happened and what I will do when/if it happened again (McLeod, 2010). What happened? I lived with my parents for 20 years, we had always lived in the same house, so I had never…

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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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    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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