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    My Clios Reflection

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    To demonstrate my understanding of the CHYS 2P15 materials and reflections, I will be drawing on both of my CLIOs. Through explaining my CLIOs, I will be reflecting on normalized school experiences and applying them through the three major lenses in the child and youth studies field, which are developmental, exceptionalities, and sociocultural lenses. I will also bring the experience to a broader context where the incident will be brought outside of the field, and it will look at how it affects…

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    This narrative is a reflection on my development as a health care professional. I will ponder on the start of my mental health nursing programme, my fears and feelings on commencing my training. I will reflect on the skills I had when I began my study, the skills I have learnt since I started training and the skills I will need to learn to develop as a capable healthcare professional. I will include an action plan on how I should be able to acquire the skills I need to improve my learning…

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    I have been asked to create a reflective account on an incident within my HNC work placement where I have had to overcome communication barriers with a patient. My reflection will be structured using Driscoll’s cycle, known as Driscoll (1994) Model of reflection. According to Driscolls cycle there are three processes in which should be used when reflecting on an incident or in general practice. These are what (returning to the situation), so what (understanding the context) and now what…

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    Purpose Of Self Reflection

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    The purpose of the self-reflection journal is looking back at something that happened to you; how did you analyze the event or idea; what is the consequence or what it means to you and your ongoing progress as a learner. Self-reflection is exclusive component in life that helps us to understanding better of whom we are as individual, and what makes us to be what we are. In the relation to the Kim’s game exercise, I was quiet and contemplative in the beginning. As it was demonstrated visually I…

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    Advanced Tech Reflection

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    Advance Tech Writing Reflection/Team Reflection Imagine that you recently had a car accident and you were partially responsible. If you had to write and tell your parents about the accident, what might you say? Imagine how you might tell the story differently to your friends, or insurance company. Which details would you share with each group and which would you leave out? Would the order in which you told the various details be different? As one can see in this story, the way the story is told…

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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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    Y. E Class Reflection

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    to make all classes of equal priority and that 's something I didn 't do. Of all my classes this is the one where I read the most. This class taught me the importance of time management. The more time I had between reading and actually writing my reflection the better the writing was. Having time management is important, but not the most important thing I learned in this class. Over the course of the years I’ve become the type of person who wasn’t very open to admitting being afraid, having…

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    The first therapist reflected on Robin’s statement and the resulting issue that landed them in family counseling. He said, “You want to prepare her … she got sick…” (Laureate Education, Inc., 2011). There are two great examples of reflection presented by the second therapist. The first was when she reflected on the couple’s relationship as a whole. She stated, “Your history has been a growth fostering relationship … disconnects are causing isolation …” This helped the couple to see…

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    are in place using reports Francis Report Reflection is the personal exploration of your own thoughts and actions; it is about thinking things over, which will often reveal anxieties, errors and weakness as well as strengths and successes (Boyd and Fales 1983, p19) Reflection plays an important act in which people recall their experience 's, absorb information to ponder over & figure out how to improve it (Boud, D, Keogh, R & Walker, D, 1985 Reflection: Turning Experience into Learning, p…

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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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