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Project Reflection - ... Women in America began to dress themselves and get rid of the restriction of their body. The most influential dressing style was the Gibson Girl look, it represented the new beauty of American women and the new look of the first decade of 20th century, hence, the Gibson Girl look played a huge role in the transformation of women’s dressing style. After then, the Gibson Girl began to influence the European countries and till now, it is still influencing the entire fashion world with a clear cultural identity: American new women’s look....   [tags: Reflection] 2091 words
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Reflection on Mentorship - ... I showed her the parts of the equipment, how to control it ensuring that the equipment were in good working order before its use. Jude should also follow the manufacturers’ recommendations, national policies and procedure to ensure safety (Lisa and Sara, 2008, p.505). In addition, during my teaching session, I performed the skill in silence at normal speed while Jude was watching concentrating on all details of the procedure. The skill was performed later at slow speed and a verbal narrative was provided to allow for feedback....   [tags: Reflection Paper]
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Multidisciplinary Team Meeting Reflection - ... The Consultant chaired the meeting by bringing the team to the attention of Kate's medical history and the problems herself and son had been experiencing. He felt she would benefit from medication to help her memory problems. The community psychiatric nurse (CPN) then discussed to the team the concerns of Kates son, he had informed her that Kate is wandering at inappropriate times of day and rarely remembering to eat, she is also regularly forgetting to turn off the taps and gas appliances in the house....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Intern Reflection Paper - ... As the patients goes through their exercises it were also essential to understand the movements of each exercise such as abduction with external rotation or knee flexion. The course that corresponds to these particular movements is kinesiology. Having a broad understanding of kinesiology help me understand how certain exercises are perform and how to demonstrate the movements to patients who are less knowledgeable with a workout. Majority of the patients I worked with were in the elderly age and usually have a sedentary lifestyle....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 875 words
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Reflection and Enemies of Promise - Reflection and Enemies of Promise In the last three decades, a great advance in genetic research and biotechnology has occurred. Max Born said in his essay, "Reflection," "But suddenly, about three hundred years ago, an explosion of mental activity occurred: modern science and technology were born. Since then, they have increased at an ever growing rate, probably faster than exponentially, and are now transforming the human world beyond recognition" (209). Similarly, Michael Bishop said in " Enemies of Promise," "We live in an age of scientific triumph....   [tags: Reflection Enemies] 1221 words
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Reflection on The World Champions Tragedy - ... Linda Bower for the most part, had a normal childhood. She came from a home that had everything and she was a spoiled, only child. Linda grew up with an attitude of selfishness, which didn’t help her marriage in the long run. Some examples in the story were: she didn’t cook, clean, or really do anything on top of that, and she coveted a nanny. Linda had her defects but Tim could’ve worked things out with her and vice-versa. Linda was one of the victims in the story. Linda was part of the victim precipitation theory....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 2394 words
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Reflection Of My Life - One's dream and aspirations to supersede in life must be stronger and greater than limitations set forth by others. The experience that were bestowed to me during my short life has elevated me to the woman I am today. Please walk with me as I give you the opportunity to see the world from my eyes: To be the person that I am now, I had to reflect and accept accountability of my past actions. My past is one that many would love to erase from their memory, a past, which remained dormant, until I found myself....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 1014 words
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Reflection Paper on Foodcorp Simulation - ... In other words the structure should develop more multifaceted and lateral forms of communication and coordination. By shifting some positions among departments, I also believe that Foodcorp would solve some structural problems. By doing the reorganization, Foodcorp could reduce time –consuming process and the problems could be approached right away. I noticed that Foodcorp also had a problem with employee’s motivation. To solve this problem, Foodcorp should develop its human resource strategies....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 1407 words
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Summer Term Reflection Paper - ... My favorite speaker was Mr. J.T. Revenau, I am sure I am butchering the spelling of his name, but his stories of his experiences helped open my eyes to what hard work and dedication to following ones dreams can do. Another great guest speaker was Mrs. Kathleen VanBalsom from the student success center; I found her information about the services provided in the student success center such as career development, financial and academic advising, and registration to be very helpful for getting ready for the upcoming fall term....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 995 words
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Internet Communications Unit Web101 Class Reflection - ... Many people posting in the discussion thread “Social Networking Fun or Fuss” (2010) agreed that online networks could augment offline contacts, making it easier to connect with others, and found such platforms particularly useful in the sharing of news and knowledge. However, the nature of social networking, and the linking of friends of friends of friends, can instigate a plethora of privacy issues. As evidenced by another Blackboard discussion: “Don’t Ever let this happen to you!” it was determined that although there are methods ensuring what you post can be customized, monitored, and kept private, there is no way, as yet, that what other people post about you can be controlled (2010)....   [tags: Reflection]
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Learning Reflection - ... Learners play a very important role in constructing their own knowledge. There is no single theory of learning accepted by educators but rather a wide range of beliefs and theories about the process of learning. (Barry & King, 1999). Cognitive theories of learning have played a powerful part in learning. Constructivists theories of cognitive development emphasise that the learner needs to build their own understanding of the world, through experiencing things and reflecting on those experiences....   [tags: Reflection]
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Internship Reflection - ... I led tourists to the Bryan-Downs house for refreshments. Also, I answered the visitor’s questions about pieces I did not discuss during the tour. This conference was in Hartford and called Bring on the Drama. The point of this conference was to show historical societies and museums how to gain more popularity through demonstrations of knowledge in an entertaining form. In total there were eight speakers who were trying to help draw more crowds to historical treasures. They encouraged the use of impressive costumes and trained actors and actresses to make the stories docents tell to be more engaging with the public....   [tags: Reflection] 929 words
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Teaching Reflection - ... This data is collected and discussed as a class. Students may choose to draw, graph or show the bacterial growth in any format they believe is best. After reaching a conclusion, the students’ ideas are tested by collecting actual bacterial samples and monitoring the growth. This lesson is a great example of how I use the learning styles and give some choice for student product in my classroom. Although, I believe I incorporate different learning styles well I think that one area I can improve upon is allowing students choice in the way the present their knowledge....   [tags: Reflection] 1033 words
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Internship Reflection - ... We got a total of twenty-five books done, which I finished thirteen of those books. I trained Ardienne how to fill in the data archiving book sheets and I checked to make sure she filled them out correctly. The books we archived will be reference books, which will later be used in a library the Milford Historical Society is planning to have. Some of the books were directly related to Milford, while others were archaeology books. On the third day of archiving with Susan we archived eleven books in total....   [tags: Reflection] 976 words
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Writing Reflection - ... I didn’t look at this essay for content purposes after the second draft. Reading through, my argument was properly thought out, with partial sentences and confusing phrases. After reading Kate Brennan’s “Floating” again, I was able to draw from new paragraphs that supported my original thesis. In the original paper I did not highlight that there were three instances in which the husband rejected his wife, and Satan appeared. I was also able to expound on the idea that the floating woman was gazing upon herself with a new sense of being, now that she was above her husband....   [tags: Reflection] 920 words
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Ethics Reflection - ... Six of the participating teams were visiting teams from across Canada. The situation presented itself because the athletic director was away at another tournament that weekend and as I was the administrative assistant in the athletic department, coordination of the tournament was left to me. The responsibilities included troubleshooting issues, arranging schedules, dealing with referees and parents, solving penalties and suspensions that were handed out to coaches and players during games, as well as ensuring that all teams were accommodated and at games on time....   [tags: Reflection] 1727 words
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Course Reflection - ... I found several helpful strategies throughout this course but the ones I found to be most beneficial were the ones on setting goals and managing financial resources. By identifying my specific goals and then dividing them into long-term and short-term, it makes achieving what I want out of life much more manageable. I know have a list of short-term goals that will eventually help me reach my long-term goal of graduating with a business degree. The advice on managing my financial resources was also beneficial because it open my eyes t the pitfalls of credit card debt that I didn’t pay attention to before such as the amount of extra time and interest it would take to pay off a card if I only paid the minimum payment each month....   [tags: Reflection ] 447 words
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Assessment Reflection - ... He does not perform well if questions regarding interpretations of emotions or non-factual data of information are part of the assessment. Students who are high-risk for failure because of anxiety need a different type of assessment. These students are given a more performance-based hands-on assessment or verbal discussion option for their evaluation. My students have done power-points, self-evaluations and one-on-one discussions for a book review or another type of written assignment. I use a constructivism approach giving them an opportunity to create an authentic assessment of their choosing to demonstrate their abilities....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 969 words
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Rehabilitation Reflection - ... He is a successful lawyer, loves to play golf and take walks with his dog. He kept active by going to the YMCA and working out for thirty to forty minutes each morning. He talked about how he and his wife loved going out to dinner and the movies. He appeared to be content looking back on his life, and does not verbalize any regrets. TK expressed his love for his family and how they have helped him stay positive during treatment. He does not have any biological children. However, he does have step-children, grand children and a nephew he considers a son....   [tags: Case Reflection] 2428 words
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Teaching Reflection - ... The key thing is not the impairment but its effect. Some people don’t realise that impairments such as migraines, dyslexia, asthma and back pain can count as a disability if the adverse effect on the individual is substantial and long-term.’ (HSE). There are other laws which then support the disability discrimination act, equal opportunities is one of these. This is all about treating everyone as a individual, this law used to state that we treated everyone the same but this is not always possible so it’s a about treating everyone as a individual as everyone has individual needs....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 2530 words
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Internship Reflection - ... I called a couple grandmothers back. They gave me the basic idea of what was going on with them and how the family could use the support. At this point when I asked what prison the parents were in, they said county. It was then my job to break them the bad news and let them know that their child did not qualify for the program. In my search for organizations that are involved with the system and the families surrounding it, my supervisor referred me to the School District of Philadelphia alternative schools....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1250 words
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Writing Reflection - ... I have had to focus on punctuation, grammar and use words and phrases which enhance my narrative. Knowing for sure when to use commas is something I have a hard time with, so this is a weakness I have worked to improve. Describing my family in a positive light would be both a strength and something that I enjoyed doing very much. The second assignment was an evaluation, and I chose to evaluate why I want to work in an animal shelter when I graduate from college. This was more challenging than I thought it would be because initially, I wrote more of a justification than an evaluation....   [tags: Course Reflection] 628 words
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Professional Reflection - ... This could better prepare some students for the environments they will be exposed to, as well as possibly revealing new ideas and areas on interest. This could also jump start a path for some students who may begin late in their development and then struggle from lack of preparation for their chosen vocation. These assessments are helpful in gaining a enhanced understanding of oneself; however, this understanding must be applied in an effective way to truly utilize their value. Through the evaluations, readings/assignments, and personal introspection several interests have been highlighted that are essential to any career I may take on....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 2346 words
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A Writer's Reflection - ... The introduction is much easier to write once the rest is complete and one has the general ‘feel’ of essay. Less than meager, this was the only strength I could personally identify within my essays; on the contrary, I identified numerous weaknesses. In my writing, I have numerous weaknesses. An aspect that I often struggle with is proper punctuation. Truthfully, I do not know how to correctly use punctuation. When writing, I place punctuation by mimicking authors’ formats or by placing them where it feels right....   [tags: Course Reflection] 1097 words
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Acting Techniques Reflection - ... In rehearsal I made sure not to “do anything until something happen[ed] to make me do it,” (Brestoff), which frustrated Tyler at first, but helped us forge a more truthful scene. I do believe the Meisner work helped Tyler and I find the honesty in our Sexual Perversity scene and a truthful thread between us as acting partners, and we even began to improvise reactions to one another--I will keep the method in mind for future work with scene partners. I found that Adler and Hagen, though somewhat similar, are each useful techniques for any type of scene work....   [tags: Reflection] 1684 words
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British Literature Lesson Reflection - ... Often, I had to encourage students to speak English among themselves. This helped the class to keep on producing language, because the topic of discussion “The emptiness of life” was motivating enough for the learners to keep on trying to convey their thoughts. In order to increase STT, I took into consideration Scrivener’s advice: “Encourage a friendly, relaxed learning environment. If there is a trusting, positive, supportive rapport amongst learners and between learners and you, then there is a much better chance of useful interaction happening.” (Scrivener 2005, 86) However, I had not constructed that rapport in my previous lessons, so it was hard for my students to trust that their commonly evil teacher was now a patient and tolerant facilitator....   [tags: Reflection]
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Layered - Writing Reflection - ... Unfortunately, I neglected to review this essay for content after the second draft. Reading through it, my argument was properly thought out, but contained partial sentences and confusing phrases. After reading Kate Brennan’s “Floating” again, I was able to draw from additional paragraphs that supported my original thesis. In my original paper, I did not highlight that there were multiple instances in which the husband rejected his wife, causing Satan to appear. I was also able to expound on the idea that the floating woman was gazing upon herself with a new sense of being....   [tags: Reflection] 930 words
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Human Development Class Reflection - ... Her parents couldn’t explain why they were being like that to each other. They both realized they didn’t love each other no more to they decided to get a divorce. When they got their divorce Nicole stay with her mother. Nicole blamed herself because she thought that her parents got a divorce cause she swore a lot to her father. It is the Transduction in which tendency to link phenomena that occur closely in the time in a cause -and-affect relationship, even though there is no logical connection establishing cause-and-affect....   [tags: Reflection] 1530 words
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Critical Thinking Reflection - ... I can listen, analyze, and research the issues more quickly and with more focus to accomplish the mission then in my younger years. #2 The idea of being narrow-minded when it comes to the concept of critical thinking stops the analyzing of new information. A person will be prejudiced to certain opinions without exploring all sides of an issue. People create barriers that stop the gathering of information and analyzing that are key to being a critical thinker. A few of the resistances that foster narrow-mindedness are denial, the refusal to believe something despite overwhelming evidence, avoidance, not seeking out opposing views but staying with only those that agree with your position on an issue, and ignorance, not seeking out information that is available(Boss, 2010)....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Personal Reflection of Studies at GCSE - I have an interest and passion for Religious Studies and wish to pursue a degree in Religion to further develop my knowledge, ambition and understanding which I will eventually carry on to a PGCE qualification. By studying Religion and Ethics at GCSE I became fascinated in various world faiths and how religious beliefs affect attitudes, lifestyle and behaviour; this influenced my A' Level choice and at A' Level I have particularly enjoyed the study of Judaism and Buddhism at a much deeper level....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 641 words
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Writing Self-Reflection - Providence when not divine ,it is foresight' was a thought that was always haunting me from childhood,little knowing that later in my life the writer in me is taking its shape.At times I thought why I could not solve problems academic as well as personal by using the same kind of thinking which we used when we created them ,as my greatest problem was what to do about all the things I couldn't do anything about. Time passed and I set sails for SJSU.On arriving here ,I realised that I had grown wings and my perception of life had changed,so had ,my line-of-thought.Earlier, it was a kind of guided writing ,but now it had turned innovative, having an original subtle learning towards 'thought provoking themes' that were inspired by observation in day to day life of humans and actions....   [tags: Self-Reflection] 769 words
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Writing Self-Reflection - ... A light and essay just to start the quarter, letting the muscles know you are about to about to start a long workout. Then we had the visual analysis by far the hardest workout I had to do this quarter. The visual analysis was a stretch since the advertisement that I had chosen was very complicated to explain in written form. Without time for a break we started another work out. The paper was on a cultural change. It did not have nearly the same challenge as I had in the earlier workouts. This paper covered the change we are seeing as people move from printed books to E-readers....   [tags: Self-Reflection] 723 words
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Education Course Reflection - ... 84). I think that this incorporates all of the wonderful things that a literature circle asks of students while still pushing the boundaries of technology with the blogging and further allowing students to connect to school from their home environments. I also want to incorporate the social action project into my classroom (p. 76). The social action project requires both rigor and relevance, but I believe that it truly represents the types of authentic activity that we, as modern teachers, want in our classrooms....   [tags: Course Reflection]
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Coaching Exercise Reflection - ... The session continued for 10 or 15 minutes and beyond the actual content of it , through the process Hanna showed an attitude of listening and care. It was like she was trying to make connections to understand and give me back her impressions of my problem. I still don’t know if this was due to the fact that , being such a responsible and organize person, she was capable of monitor the role she was consciously trying to execute or if, being a mom, she was capable to translate into the setting the care and hold she has developed with her children....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1464 words
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Health Care Services Reflection - ... It was very interesting to watched the videos “sick around the world” and listened to those interviews conducted among five countries medical professionals who have had introduced and implemented an effective health care system in the country. This is not just I’ve learned a few new vocabulary and terminology but also get educated myself about the U.S. health care system history, comparison with other nations in terms of medical technology, advancement, new research and innovations. Our health care system is lacking because there’s no government mandate to monitor or enforce those insurance and pharmaceutical companies....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1173 words
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Animal Shelter Reflection - ... It was brought to the Buddy Center, and we discovered a microchip. We contacted the family, and they were ecstatic. The cat had been missing for two months, and they had given up hope. The reunion brought tears to my eyes. Humane Education and assisting with adoptions are enjoyable aspects of shelter work. I get to speak with groups of children and adults about animal needs, safely approaching a strange animal and overcrowding. It is extremely important to educate people about the need to have animals spayed/neutered....   [tags: Personal Reflection]
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Child Development Course Reflection - ... Learning about Industry vs. Inferiority prepared me to be a better future educator, thus doing whatever I can to make that student successful. It also made me realize that labeling students with defective disorders is not the right way to handle problems. People might say that words are meaningless, but if students are labeled with these names it will cause severe psychological problems later on in life. Furthermore, a topic that is along these lines is induction techniques. Before this class, I learned that being an authoritarian was the worst parenting style anyone can become....   [tags: Course Reflection] 1725 words
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Critical Thinking Reflection - ... The chapter also taught me that asking questions is a part of critical thinking. It’s hard to solve problems without knowing all the facts and opinions. Critical thinking can also help figure out if I should quit my job. My job now isn’t bad, but it takes forever to get there, because I do have a car. I need a job that closer to home and that would give me more hours. I could gather all the information, weigh the pros and cons and come to a sound decision. Putting my personal feelings aside and avoid errors in judgment....   [tags: Course Reflection] 587 words
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Shadow and Light Investigation Reflection - ... As a child, I thought of science as a boring and difficult subject. My teachers would rarely take the time needed to make sure that I understand the concepts, and as a result I believed that I was not good at science. My bad experiences with science have really motivated me to want to teach to my students in new exciting ways so the students can both comprehend and enjoy science. One of my favorite science memories was in sixth grade,when my teacher had us go outside and collect different leaves....   [tags: Experiment Reflection] 643 words
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Personal Reflection InTech I and Intech II - ... Each year I teach a novel entitled, Fever, 1793. The book is about the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia in the year 1793. My sixth grade students know NOTHING about this time period or this disease. In order to prepare them for the book, they complete an internet research project. In order to keep them focused and safe online, I use Trackstar. I love the way I can link only the sites that I want the children to visit. It is also a great way to get my ‘babies’ used to doing research projects online....   [tags: Reflection ] 894 words
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Reflection in Nursing - ... Reflection and reflective practice are claimed to enhance professional development, link theory and practice, promote critical thinking, lead to self-awareness and understanding, empower practitioners and promote personal, social and political emancipation. According to Schon (1983), reflection in action is a more dynamic process of thinking about and coming to a core understanding of current professional practice at the time. “To be able to reflect one must step outside the experience in order to make the observance comprehendible” Gray (1998)....   [tags: Health, Nursing Field] 909 words
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Reflection Statement - Reflection Statement I think the school is taking the “easy road” and doesn’t want to be liable for anything therefore they make all these rules that prohibit anyone on campus to have fun. The campus is becoming more and more unbearable by the moment. On the weekends it is so boring there is no one here except a whole lot of public safety. That is why people enjoy them selves and use substances, but the university doesn’t look at any of these aspects realistically....   [tags: essays research papers] 719 words
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Natural Reflection - Jane Austen’s novel Sense and Sensibility illustrates a number of characteristics particular to Romantic Literature. Of these characteristics, few are better utilized to offer a view into the individual temperaments of her characters than the images of natural beauty present throughout the novel. In contrast to the Neo-classical ideal, which reserves no place for the appreciation of the sublime in nature in its structure and design, Romantic literature expresses a deep reverence and awe toward the natural world....   [tags: essays research papers] 445 words
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Quarter Reflection - Reflective Paper Well, I would have to say things have changed for the better….I think. This quarter I actually had some interest in what we were doing. I could do a lot of opinionated things like our reflection things. Normally your 3rd quarter is the worst but not this year in Mrs. Dickson’s College prep. English Class, I ended up doing all my work, well that I know of, and I participated in just about everything. So here we go, I am gonna sum it all up in these next few paragraphs. Our Miami portfolios were good and bad for me....   [tags: essays research papers] 399 words
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Reflection in a Stranger - Reflection in a Stranger Being on a college campus, you are surrounded by many different kinds of people. Whether you get to know them personally or you just know the familiar faces, some of those people will remind you of friends at home, family members, neighbors, and even yourself. This is what I have experienced here at UVM. I have met so many people that have certain characteristics that remind me of the friends from home whom I miss dearly. But most of all, it is the people I see that remind me of myself that impacts me the most....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1968 words
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Reflection on Life - Reflection on Life What makes up a good family. Does your family communicate well. These are the questions that many people in America ask. They battle with these questions everyday when they think about the way their family acts. I have also battle with these questions especially when it comes to my family. My family is one of uniqueness, which causes lots of conflicts. I battle an individualistic sister, a communitarian mother, and a civic republican brother. With all these different personalities in the house it is no wonder it seems like our house is a lifestyle enclave....   [tags: Papers] 609 words
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Shadowing Reflection - Shadowing Reflection Observing a student’s day was a great experience. It enabled me to step outside of what I have been preparing for and into the life of this student. It was an interesting and informing experience. The day for the student had already begun when I arrived, but I jumped right into his regular routine. My day with Fred began when I entered his science class. He was sitting backwards in his seat talking while the teacher was in the process of beginning her class....   [tags: Papers] 927 words
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Reflection on Class - Reflection on Class My sixth period students begin to enter the classroom and many of them speak to me as they enter. The bell rings and I walk into the classroom closing the door behind me. I immediately begin telling students to sit and begin the warm-up that is written on one of the white boards. As the students settle they begin their warm-up, but many of the same students continue to laugh and play during this period. I call for the warm-ups, which are then collected....   [tags: Papers] 549 words
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The Reflection: A Song - ... Other devices used within the poem include enjambment, which makes the lines of the poem flow, almost to the point of being like an inner monologue. Focusing on the layout of the poem, the last stanza links back to the first. This is done by using descriptions of the environment; 'Highed to a river-side alone,/Upon whose brinks she sat' (l.3,4) and 'Witness ye springs, ye meads and groves' (l.49) . This creates a competent form which increases the poems readability. When connecting back to the first part of the poem, it creates an acknowledged ending, which is satisfactory to the reader....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Aphra Behn] 1441 words
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Reflection on Lessons Learned During Course - "The angel of history must look just so. His face is turned towards the past. Where we see the appearance of a chain of events, he sees one single catastrophe, which unceasingly piles rubble on top of rubble and hurls it before his feet. He would like to pause for a moment so fair, to awaken the dead and to piece together what has been smashed. But a storm is blowing from Paradise, it has caught itself up in his wings and is so strong that the Angel can no longer close them. The storm drives him irresistibly into the future, to which his back is turned, while the rubble-heap before him grows sky high....   [tags: Self-Reflection] 1847 words
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Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Course Reflection - ... Curriculum mapping has facilitated my district in eliminating gaps and repetition in the curriculum and has allowed us to develop a fluent scope and sequence. This process has optimized student learning in my classroom. I now know what the students have already learned and can build upon those skills and understandings and can also better prepare them for the content they will be introduced to in the future. The mapping process has given me the ability to create cross curricular units with my colleagues....   [tags: Self-Reflection]
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Faculty Preparation Course Orientation Program Reflection - ... Consequently the most learning skill that they may have keeps in mind and remembers some little information. Also the student face big problem to respond for reading and writting my tasks, since it need from the student to be aware of English and Mathematical writing skills that they lack in the pre-higher education level. I divided the environment of learning to two parts, in class, most of people are quite and his body exits in the class but his mind is absent, out of class, the students did not go to library, did not co-operate with their colleagues....   [tags: Education Reflection ] 1759 words
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Teaching Critical Reflection - Teaching Critical Reflection The ability to reflect critically on one’s experience, integrate knowledge gained from experience with knowledge possessed, and take action on insights is considered by some adult educators to be a distinguishing feature of the adult learner (Brookfield 1998; Ecclestone 1996; Mezirow 1991). Critical reflection is the process by which adults identify the assumptions governing their actions, locate the historical and cultural origins of the assumptions, question the meaning of the assumptions, and develop alternative ways of acting (Cranton 1996)....   [tags: Education Educational Essays] 2185 words
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Journals, Reflection, and Learning - Journals, Reflection, and Learning A journal is a crucible for processing the raw material of experience in order to integrate it with existing knowledge and create new meaning. Among the many purposes for journal writing are the following: to break habitual ways of thinking; enhance the development of reflective judgment and metacognition; increase awareness of tacit knowledge; facilitate self-exploration and personal growth; and work out solutions to problems (Andrusyszyn and Davie 1997; Mitchell and Coltrinari 2001; Moon 1999)....   [tags: Journalism Writing Essays]
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