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  • Reflection On Who I Am As A Learner

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    As a teacher it is important to know who you are as a learner because it allows for you to help improve your educational experience and to help increase your knowledge. It also allows for you to open your mind to remembering that every person and every student in unique and how they learn will be completely different from one another. This means that in one class you could have thirty unique learners and it will be your job to make sure that you make each child’s educational experience meaningful

  • Reflection Paper On Who I Am

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    reason I am who I am is obviously from my origin. My tribe is one of the strongest ethnic groups in the Arab world. However, I choose to believe the reason I am who I am comes from nurture. I was always raised and treated in good Muslim household when I was a child, my parents always insured a healthy and stable life and education that I can have. I studied five years in China, in an international school in the Fijian province. Those five years had the largest impact on my life so far. I was living

  • Reflection Paper : Reflections And My Mental State Of A Man Who Has Not Gone Through My Life

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    Reflections 8/6 From what I read, I am supposedly going to become a better person by following the guide of a man who has not gone through my life and has not borne witness to my suffering. I know that considering my background and my mental state that reading this book will only make me angry for it seems to be a mockery of myself, a teen. I am nothing like a ‘teen’ I have matured much faster than I should have and have never been in trouble or done anything that requires me to ‘straighten up.’

  • Essay on Promote Professional Development

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    further your career. I have worked within the care profession for almost 9 years, in which i started as a support worker, I have been encourage along the way to develop my career by up skilling and doing the various training that is required. Within my role I am bound by the regulations and codes of practices set out by the CQC and the national minimum standards, I am responsible for making sure that the welfare of the staff and service user and their families . within my role I am expected to work

  • Reflection On My Experience Of An Unxamined Life

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    Summer Reflection I will not reflect on what I did this summer. Socrates once said, “An unexamined life is a life not worth living.” I must refute. An unexamined life is the only life worth living. I live my life gazing into the future, unburdened by the past. In fact, I have never looked into a mirror, never taken a bath, never looked out of a window at night. When my friends have the hiccups, I take them on a joyride. Switching lanes always cures the hiccups. Another advantage is you never

  • Graduation Speech : Career And Leadership Goals

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    Career and Leadership Goals I first realized I wanted to be a gifted teacher while cadet teaching a gifted class during my senior year of high school. During this time, I worked with the gifted educator who taught me throughout elementary school. I knew from my first moments in the classroom that I could not work in a field other than gifted education. The children inspired me, and the curriculum kept me on my toes. I did not realized then that my love for teaching gifted children would eventually

  • Essay Sylvia Plath's Mirror

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    incessant addiction with reflection. "Mirror" expresses the problems associated with aging through terse comparisons between reality and desire. Plathe's strength of "Mirror" lies in its ability to establish a solid comparison among appearance and human emotions between the first and second stanzas. At first "Mirror" introduces reflection as a precise and accurate force through

  • QCF level 5 unit 502 Essay

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    and ensure that I am aware of, and follow, the current health & social care standards, legislation, and guidelines for good practice. Learning new skills and refreshing training enables me to progress, and achieve within my career and working practices. Personal development benefits me, but also Company, and the young people in my care. The focus of training tends to be on the staff group, to ensure that all recommendations and standards are achieved. CPD is

  • Hrm Reflective Writing

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    Reflective writing and theories of Reflection There are several types of reflection. As mentioned by Taylor, All types of reflection are important and a combination of these may be used to make sense of practise and to bring changes. Technical Reflection is generally used to look at clinical practices and procedures along with the scientific knowledge. However, values play no part in this. Practical Reflection on the other hand judges human experiences and assumptions. It also develops common values

  • High School Reflection Essay

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    After reading my first reflection, I realize I was very hopeful about high school in the beginning of the year. However, now I have mixed feelings about high school, since my first year did not go as I had anticipated. My first reflection mentioned how I thought the first month of high school was quite unexpected. Little did I know how unexpected ninth grade would turn out. I could never have imagined what would happen to me this year. Certain aspects were thrilling, exciting, hilarious; however