My Journey with and through SLDP-R I will never forget my enrollment meeting for SLDP-R; I didn’t think I could hear it enough – SLDP is an opportunity, not a punishment. I didn’t question this notion, but I don’t think I really understood it either. Over a year later I can say that I do understand. I will be the first person to tell anyone how much SLDP allowed me to evolve through self-discovery and reflection. I am so much more in touch with myself, where I started, where I have come to, and where I need to go from here.
Reflective practice as a Radiation Therapist Reflective practice is a tool used to evaluate ones opinion, thoughts and emotions. It “forms the basis of deep learning from past experiences” (Tsingo, 2014). It builds on critical thinking and problem solving. How I may choose use this in my future career as a radiation therapist is a means for debriefing, continued learning and managing my emotions. Ensuring I am mindful of myself. I hope to improve my understanding and obtain new perspectives by doing so. In the past, I have kept reflective journal entries as a mandatory assessment. I have discovered that it extended my understanding of new topics and ideas. I’ve noted reflective tools are a great way to addresses strengths and weaknesses. In short, it encourages active learning and proactivity by analysing a situation.
Interview Summary I met with Christine, an acquaintance I know through members of a twelve step program. We met for about 20 minutes over coffee. As we spoke, I asked the questions that I prepared,
Military Science (JROTC) LET 4 SY2016-17 Final Exam Essay Theme: A Personal Account of the Experience of Participating in the JROTC Program The JROTC program has been productive in my life. It has produced the man I can see I am
Hello my dear friend! I hope you are doing well. I am just writing to let you know that I finally started my semester at STCC. As you know, I missed the last two semesters due to situations that got out of my hands. I have a new job, but I also switched to Liberal Arts. At the moment, I am enrolled as a full-time student. My husband says I might regret it, because it can get overwhelming for me due to the language barrier, and having too much in my plate. Although, he might be right about having too much; I will do my best to finish this semester with good grades. One of the classes I signed up to is History-110, section E80. My professor’s name is John Diffley. I do not know him yet since it is my first week in school, but he seems to love
To Jackie MacDonald & Whom It May Concern, Over the course of the last 5 months I have experienced many challenges that have presented to me in a wide variety of ways, some of which presented themselves based on my acts of poor judgment, and others I enacted on my own behalf. Throughout this period of time I have set many goals both academic and personal based on my challenges which have allowed me to stay focused and driven to be successful. Having an opportunity for personal reflection I have learned many things about myself and how I function, learn, and perform which as allowed me to grow mentally, personally, and spiritually. I now know and have gained a better understanding for how I think and feel, and how the decisions that I make on a daily basis shape my future. It is important for me to pay attention to how my actions have affected myself and those around me in that past and consider it as I move through life in the future.
I am really glad to be in JROTC this year. I’ve learned so many things about how to live in this word. It changed my thought through everything that I haven’t know about. When I think about my freshman year being in JROTC for the first time, I shouldn’t have dropped out this class. Either way, I’m happy to be back in JROTC this year and I’ll look forward to have this class again next year for the last year of my high school
Reflecting Writing Leg ulcers Reflecting on the situation that had taken place during my second placement working in the community. This will give me the perfect opportunity to develop and utilise my commutation skills in order to maintain the relationships with my patient. In this reflection, I am going to use Gibbs (1988) Reflective Cycle. This model is a recognised framework for my reflection. Gibbs (1988). Baird and Winter (2005,) give some reasons why reflection is require in the reflective practice. They state that a reflect is to generate the practice knowledge, assist an ability to adapt new situations, develop self-esteem and satisfaction as well as to value, develop and professionalizing practice. However, Siviter (2004)
Looking back at project 3, I felt very happy with the essay I produced. I am not one to enjoy writing since I usually do not feel very confident in my writing. I felt the work I produced through project 3 was one of my best. I put a lot of effort into this essay and it showed in my final draft. With this being said, after comparing my essay to the rubric I gave myself a 3.64 overall on this project for many reasons. This essay in no means was perfect, but I learned from my strengths and weaknesses.
A REFLECTIVE CLINICAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE Introduction My reflective clinical practice experience was based on my eight weeks placement in an acute mental health ward in a hospital. I was not sure of what to expect because I have never worked or placed in an acute ward and this was my second placement. Before starting my placement, I visited the ward and was inducted around the ward. This gave me a bit of confidence and reassurance about working in an acute ward.
The idea of reflective practice in an academic context however is new to me, and I did feel lost at first. Now I can see how reflecting on my own learning and experiences has helped me to see where I have improved week on week and I think that as a result, my confidence has improved and I am able to contribute more in class, I have more confidence in my ability to teach and I feel that as a result I am learning more. The process or reflection, evaluation and adaptation is truly a cyclic one.
Well the first time I think that I met you was when my mom was doing this rosary thing and my family and the praying group would go to people's houses and pray obviously well me being a 6th grader i was forced to tag along well that's where i think that i meet you. But where I for sure meet you was in Ms. Kapoor's class in 8th grade dam that class was wired. We didn't talk much because that was the only class we had together and we sat far apart. The reason why we talked a little bit was through mutual friends with Reina honestly looking
Brad Pitt once said, “You must lose everything in order to gain anything.” Stanly Early College was my dream when I was in the seventh grade. Though it was my dream, I didn’t know that going to it will make me lose aspects of my life. The journey coming and being here has changed me and made me realized what is more important. Being here has taken me on a different journey. I didn’t know what I was getting myself into when I applied for Stanly Early College. The future then was so vivid and still is. When I found out I got in there were mixed emotions. It was the first time I ever cried tears of joy. People tried to put me down and still do, but I want to prove them wrong. I want to say I can do it and there is nothing you can stop me. Being
During my first semester here at Stout I learned lot in all my classes but especially in my Composition 1 class. As I did not have the greatest English teachers in the past this semester was very helpful to me. Not only was I able to expand my composition skills but also how to think and develop my writing even further. I could apply these new skills in my speech class as well and it gave me a better help when preparing and presenting my speeches.
The group discussion has just passed, and it was really a hard work and challenging. There were many precious lessons I got, and, hopefully, so did with my friends. Our group was consisting of four students. As a quantity, reasonably, we had had enough power to do a