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    Reflective Listening

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    to build and maintain relationships. In an interview with a professional in two diverse workplaces –on the spectrum of oral to written communication– I had the opportunity to discuss common miscommunications and their potential solutions. Through reflection and research, I investigated suitable communication skills to effectively supplement my future profession as a family law practitioner. Reporting Our Conversation I conversed with a female counsellor with over two years of professional…

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    As the world fades around me into a gray mist, I struggle to catch one more breath. I gasp from the muscle cramps and unintentionally breathe in water. In a last feeble attempt, my arms twitch and fail to bring me to the surface. Instead, I drift within the current and my eyes dim while glazing upward towards the water’s surface. My body surrenders to the mercy of death with the expelling of tiny air bubbles. They caress my face in a playful motion. Then as my body begins to sink, the remaining…

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    Essay On Peer Observation

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    Article Review Traditionally, professional development for teachers has been provided in the form of training sessions, consultants, and observation cycles conducted by a master/mentor teacher. Teachers can often have negative reactions to this type of observation model, as it can make them feel like someone is coming in to tell them what is wrong with their practice. Alternatively, peer observation is a newly emerging form of professional development, where two teachers of similar skill level…

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    Because I have been there and done that, although my most painful memory involves floundering about this way and that, desperately wondering when someone would love me enough to make me human in my own eyes. Now that I think of it I think my favorite reflection if my past was the day I learned to rest my identity in Jesus. I knew that day that I would never again yearn for approval of men…because I had chosen to accept the love of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. I of course cannot say that…

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    Introduction The assignment is devoted to teacher self-reflection which is acknowledged to be one of the moves that will lead to development and professionalism. Part A looks firstly at theory of reflection in general and then how it works in teaching. It points why reflection is essential in teaching practice and presents different ways of reflections as well as different levels of reflection. Whereas part B, presents more practical use of reflection and how it was used by me. 1. Literature…

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    feelings of sadness, and the need to give sufficient time or attention to painful emotions. Sorrow can be misunderstood and thus unresolved. Art can be used to further understand or reflect in a gentle way. this function brought up somber feelings and reflection during group discussion. Participants spoke of paintings containing a heaviness or sadness. After sorrow comes rebalance. Rebalance is referred to as “art putting one in a good mood.” For elders engaging in meaningful activities is at…

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    practice can become a means of reflection as you are able to look back at past events and are able to remember and gain understanding…

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    practitioner refers to a teacher who actively engages in reflection practices with respect to daily teaching, pedagogy and personal beliefs (Larrivee, 2015). Through critical reflections on their behaviors and professional practices, teachers build confidence in dealing with inevitable dilemmas and tradeoffs involved in daily teaching. They free teaching from routines and are able to deliver more deliberative and intentional…

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    one’s own child hood and reflecting on all the good and bad things that have taken place is something that likely will happen to every expecting parent. Trying to decide what kind of father a man desires to be for his child can be an overwhelming reflection. An expecting father should be ready for many changes in life from the minute this decision is made. There is plenty amount of time to think of all this until that first moment he holds his child in his arms for the first time.…

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    5 A. M Mood

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    Both poems, “Five A.M” and “Five Flights Up” deal with the speaker’s reflections on their early morning surroundings and each utilize tone, structure, and imagery to make the speakers’ attitudes known to the reader. However, the attitudes of both speakers to the early morning vary immensely. Both poems show the speakers’ reflections on their early morning surroundings. However, the tone of both poems is vastly different. In “Five A.M,” the speaker is one with the environment. In the early…

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