What comes to your head when you think of writing? Personally, I think of a long dreadful process, that I am not particular too good at. Even though one half of my brain wants to hate writing, the other half realizes how important of a quality writing really is. Over my high school and middle school years I have learned many of my own deficits when it comes to writing. Attempting to over come many these deficits in my writing, I attempt to seek perfection in my limited strengths. I am going to discuss assets and weaknesses of mine, that make me believe that I am no better than just a average writer.
Reflective practice in nursing is considered an important aspect to nursing. Durgahee ( 1997) defines reflective practice as a process of learning and teaching professional maturity through the critical analysis of experience, whilst John ( 2009) up to date explanation of reflection is learning through our everyday experience towards realising one vision of desirable practice as a lived reality.
c) How reflective practice contributes to improving the quality of service provision Reflective practice contributes to improving the quality of service provision as the care sector what could be learnt and focus on something else * establishes a system of praise and constructive criticism - rewards and improvement; grows with the organisation
–Reflective essay– As part of my Business Innovation Development Project Unit, I had the opportunity to put myself into group with my friends or people I believed I could work well with. In the first stages of our group we all tried to get to know each other more through analysing personality and learning types’ test that we previously undertook. I realise we were going through the normal stages of the team formation in particular forming and norming (Tuckman, 1965). In my assignment group we had all Belbin team roles which helped us perform well throughout our project and also helped us to identify other team members’ behavioural strengths and weaknesses. During the initial stages of the group getting together I believed it was
For the second practicum, I was asked to be engaged for fifty hours on several administrative activities. For this assignment, I completed the following five activities: (1) working on the parent, student, and teacher handbook, (2) pre-interviewing possible teacher candidates, (3) observing a safety meeting, (4) data analysis, and (5) participating in a board meeting. This segment of the paper will discuss these aforementioned activities along with a reflection on these activities.
Reflective assignment This essay is a reflective account on my experience within the introductory period of my practice when caring for a patient. The essay will give the definition of reflection. This reflective essay will help me demonstrate how my experience in practice has helped me achieve one of the learning outcomes in my learning plan, (appendix 1). Driscoll (2000) will be used as a reflective model. The essay will explore what (description of events) so what (analysis) and now what (action plan). This essay is going to reflect on the importance of good communication with patients.
Clinical practicum has provided a valuable study opportunity to me.When I took care of a living person in wards,I could apply the skills which are learnt from indoor lessons in school and books.Also,I could achieve more knowledge outside textbooks.However,I find that there is a difference between the real
On a crisp early morning in November I walked to my first class of the day, a student in a dark green sweater ran past me, while I thought nothing of it what I did not know was that he had just stabbed four people. I turned around as two officers in plain clothes chased him and I looked on in confusion as the assailant was abruptly shot and killed. It is often easy to forget the everyday emotions and feelings of the people around us, even more so when these sensations are recounted on the evening news or a few sheets of paper on (of?) a patient's chart. In the weeks that followed that unfortunate event, I searched for some meaning, some way to move on or possibly grow. I found that I could appreciate the depth and significance of each person
How can technical colleges help motivate their students more? Technical colleges cater to student interests, rather than push students through, VTC offers a deeper education about what matters to me. Additionally, the smaller classes at VTC will help me with understanding topics through smaller student to teacher ratios. I was always the type of student who loved small classes, excelling with some monitoring from my teacher. I need a college that can understand my thirst for learning, and VTC will help guide me towards my future goals. Once accepted, I will be diligent in my classes, and learn every topic thoroughly throughout my college years. Even take every single piece of information to heart. Every assignment that I will write is going
I believe that I have a good understanding of the law in general which is a good start for APS. On the other hand, I was struggling with the files at first. I then decide to always work, review, ask someone different for help with my file. This way, I see different ways to do my file and have a larger knowledge of the file work. I also always bring my previous file to work on my current file. Doing this, I don’t do the same mistakes twice and quickly improve. When I receive the correction of my file, I take time to read and understand my mistakes and ask questions if needed. I consider report writing one of the most important skills you can have as a police officer because you will use it a lot. Bad files can have big repercussions on a suspect
I currently attend Eastland Career Center and I am studying Criminal Justice. Some of the skills I have learned in the Criminal Justice program include the following: fingerprinting, use of handcuffs, searches and seizures and training in first aid and CPR. Physical training is also part of our class, it consists of a mix between running and cross fit exercises.
I am particularly interested in the 1st STEP program because of the opportunity presented to acquire advocacy, persuasion and presentation skills that are fundamental not only in the court room but also in all areas of lawyering. As a continuing J.D. student, and ranked 86 (47%) of my class, I wish to engage in the fundamentals of litigation so as to better serve possible clients. Because I was pre-admitted into the program upon my acceptance letter, I choose Golden Gate University to learn and grow and hope this program will further my education.
I attend the 2017 Fall Symposium Advocating for TESOL at Miami Dade College. My plan for plan for engaging in advocacy for emergent bilingual students would be starting out with something simple as giving families the resources to advocate on their own behalf (Association, 2015). Some resources I would provide families with are brochures, contact information to local agencies, workshops, and district school meetings. In my plan to engage in advocacy I will start out with connecting with others to share/ gain knowledge for ELL students. I would show this by, attending community events, informal conversations, professional learning communities, and through professional development.
Reflective Introduction Transferring What I Know Reflecting back on my experiences from my Writing 39C (and Writing 39B) class, I can acknowledge the changes and evolution in myself as a writer. In my Week 1 Self-Assessment, which was written at the beginning of the Writing 39C course in reflection to Writing 39B, I mentioned that one of my central strategies in my writing process is focusing on the pre-writing. My pre-writing process includes strategies such as brainstorming and outlining. I mentioned in the self-assessment that I would “pick up the strategies I have learned and continue to use them in the course of Writing 39C”. With that, I carried the strategy of pre-writing over to Writing 39C knowing that research papers would require a plenty amount of pre-writing. A method commonly used in research papers that I have gained experience in from this course is creating annotated bibliographies which I would consider a part of the pre-writing process. Annotated bibliographies assisted me in my writing significantly by helping me feel better prepared and giving me groundwork for starting my research paper.
A huge aspect of creating a effective classroom is establishing classroom routines that are beneficial for both the students and the teachers. By establishing a consistent and predictable routine serves a number of classroom functions. In my current practicum placement every period taught in my classroom follows the same routine. It is important that students have structure within their classroom