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Project Reflection - Chapter 7 Discussion 7.1 Introduction The chapter of discussion was composed of five parts: introduction, reflection on the project, reflection on implications of the project, reflection of the MA experience, and summary. 7.2 Reflection on the project This was a long-term design project, and everything was fresh to me. Patience was the crucial and essential factor that was needed in such a long project in my view. Fortunately, I learned and gained the patience. Besides, communication was another extremely significant factor....   [tags: Reflection] 2091 words
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Multidisciplinary Team Meeting Reflection - This is a reflective essay based on my attendance at a multidisciplinary team (MDT) meeting whilst on my two-week placement at a local mental health day hospital. The aim of this essay is to discuss the importance of the multidisciplinary team within the mental health environment and discuss factors that can influence the success or failure of multidisciplinary teams. Mental health teams generally comprise of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists and social workers, but other therapists such as family therapists, psychotherapists and counsellors might also become involved in the care of the patient (Perkins & Repper 1998)....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Reflection on Mentorship - The aim of this essay is to discuss on how the reflection on mentorship will be undertaken, how and why the model of reflection will be used and the importance of confidentiality. I will reflect the mentorship by ensuring that the mentee during clinical practice is put at ease throughout the learning experience of four weeks (Quinn, and Hughes 2007, p. 29). Also, I will use the principle of Kolb’s learning cycle as my model of reflection because reflecting is an essential element of learning. As I am the mentor, I will follow this cycle in a clockwise direction with Jude, so she would have to reflect on the skills learnt by reviewing the whole situation (Kolb’s learning cycle 1984 in Rose and Best 2005, p.129)....   [tags: Reflection Paper]
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Internet Communications Unit Web101 Class Reflection - Using various Web 2.0 tools such as Blackboard, Twitter, blogs and online media, students in the Bachelor of Internet communications Unit Web101 discussed a variety of topics over the course of thirteen weeks. These topics ranged from the advent of the Internet to the current shift towards the connective experiences of Web 2.0. This reflection will cover a selection of some of the better known Web 2.0 platforms and tools covered in the unit, the way in which these enhance collaboration and communication, and some of the ways in which this might have the potential to impact upon the everyday user....   [tags: Reflection]
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Intern Reflection Paper - Intern Reflection Paper The internship that I acquired during the summer of 2010 at the Greenwood Sports and Industrial Rehabilitation Center (GSIRC), allowed me to gain an immeasurable amount of experience during my tenure at this facility. Within this period, the exposure to new concepts within the physical therapy industry allowed me to observe and work hands on with patients of all ages and disabilities that exposed me to various treatment plans and programs to restore client’s mobility. The essential Physical Education and Exercise Science (PEES) courses taken at Lander University were beneficial to my academic knowledgebase, which prepared me and developed me for the opportunity within the physical therapy discipline....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 875 words
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Reflection on The World Champions Tragedy - The story of, “The World Champions Tragedy,” is a story of ordinary people. Everyday terrible tragedies happen that we hear about in the news. Most people will obviously feel sympathy for these things, but isn’t it true that, the majority of us will say, “That will never happen to me.” Maybe, most of us won’t verbally say something like that, but maybe we subconsciously feel or think like that. This story is an ordinary one of ordinary people. Unfortunately, in our society, people become victims and offenders do to certain circumstances and situations....   [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 - Reflection Paper on Foodcorp Simulation The Foodcorp simulation was a great exercise for this class. It was a fun activity. I felt that the materials and the situations reflected the real organizational experiences. There were thirteen roles with different responsibilities in the simulation. These roles create a structure of the organization. For example, these roles create a three level of hierarchy, two groups of products; frozen foods and dry foods, and the subsidiaries. I played the roles of senior vice president of frozen foods, vice president of production and vice president of sales and marketing of frozen foods....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 1407 words
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Summer Term Reflection Paper - Summer Term Reflection Paper As I look back on the beginning of my journey to a better career and life I can remember the weeks and months leading up to the first day of class. I remember visiting the college and speaking with an advisor to decide exactly what it was I wanted to do, and the steps it would take for me to reach my goals. I recall talking with the advisor about the requirements for my General Education credits as well my need to take a preparatory class for algebra because I scored to low on the placement exam to be allowed to take the full college level math....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 995 words
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Learning Reflection - When is comes down to it, we really don’t think too much about our brain and how it works. I know I didn’t before the introduction of this unit. But obviously we should as it is the base of our learning. Where and how we store information, how we make judgements, access information and problem solve, just to name a few. If we all looked at how complex and fantastic the human brain is, we may stop and think about the way in which we teach; perhaps have a better understanding that not all children work at the same level and that our environment can play a big part....   [tags: Reflection]
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Internship Reflection - Internships are a learning experience of new skills and improving on previous skills that you have gained. I have through the school tours been training to be a docent, but one day in the past two weeks I had official docent training with other students. Everyone learned the story of the Eel-Stowe and Nathan Clark-Stockade house. Also, we were taught where the lights were in each house, and how to uncover the windows, objects, and hide the covering before the visitors came to the house. Then we learned how to cover the windows and the objects once the day was done....   [tags: Reflection] 929 words
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Teaching Reflection - Throughout my interview with Rose, I reflected on many of the practices I already do in my classroom and others that I can improve upon or add to my instructional practices. I feel one of the most important things in helping a student succeed in science is knowing who he or she is and how I can best help that individual. Often times this is challenging for every student, everyday as I see 180 students throughout the course of the day and all of them are different. Each student comes to my classroom with different backgrounds, different learning styles and different circumstances and it is up to me to figure out ways to use all of their strengths to help them learn....   [tags: Reflection] 1033 words
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Writing Reflection - Writing a decent essay is as tedious, nerve racking, and strenuous as constructing a layer cake from scratch. First you have to decide that you are going to tackle this feat, and that can be your biggest challenge, motivation. Then you have, you must figure out what kind of cake batter you want to use. Collect all the ingredients to mesh together well, making each layer at a time. You throw all the layers together hoping that somehow they will come together to form a nifty design. But, they don’t right away, for now it is just a leaning tower of cake parts....   [tags: Reflection] 920 words
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Internship Reflection - An internship is a formal program to provide practical experience for beginners in an occupation or profession. By this point in my internship I am more than half way through it and taking on more and more responsibilities and positions as I go along. After a minor break from researching, I researched for three more hours on the Victorian memorabilia project. I found out companies who made postcards and when the Sanborn map company emerged. Once I was done I wanted to prepare more for physical archiving, so I trained two more hours with the Past Perfect disk....   [tags: Reflection] 976 words
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Ethics Reflection - Fairness An example of a previous work experience where I had to exhibit fairness was while coaching a senior high girl’s soccer team for The Study School in Montreal, Quebec. I was put into a position where the most talented and high scoring player on the team missed a practice before a playoff game. Team rules were agreed upon and a commitment contract was signed by every player at the beginning of the season. One of these commitment rules was that all players were expected to attend all practices unless a valid excused absence and signed note was presented otherwise the player would be benched for the next game....   [tags: Reflection] 1727 words
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Course Reflection - Without a doubt the lessons and exercises on time management were the most meaningful to me. They brought insight into why I seemed to be constantly working yet still never really got anything I wanted to accomplish throughout the day finished. I realized the majority of the activities I had been spending the most time on didn’t reflect my values of hard work and self discipline and long term academic goals to be successful in college. This motivated to completely change the way I managed my time by effectively striking a balance between my maintenance, committed, and free time....   [tags: Reflection ] 447 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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Acting Techniques Reflection - Although it is hard to fully discuss acting methods that we have only touched on in class through brief workshops and discussions, and although it seemed, at times, that the distinctions between a few of the methods were rather vague, I nonetheless have an idea of certain tools hat will help my acting and in which circumstances specific tools would prove most useful; most of the techniques we explored offered at least some sort of benefit—Adler, Hagen, Chekhov, Meisner, and even Strasburg had illustrative insights—and the workshops we worked with during the Hedda discussions also were helpful....   [tags: Reflection] 1684 words
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British Literature Lesson Reflection - I Introduction Since my subject is British Literature, there has been a lot of thought regarding the priorities of the course. On one hand, my main aim is to help learners enjoy the artistic part of written language. On the other hand, I have been tempted by the idea of using my time to give a more language oriented lesson. The session used to write this essay is one of my first attempts to pursuit the second. When choosing the materials, I picked a short comedy written on the fifties (Pinter 2006, 1254-1259) basically because I thought It could be appealing to my teenager group....   [tags: Reflection]
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Layered - Writing Reflection - Writing a decent essay is as tedious, as nerve-racking, and as strenuous as constructing a layer cake from scratch. First you have to decide that you are going to tackle this feat, and that can be your biggest challenge, motivation. Then you must figure out what kind of cake batter you want to use. Collect all the ingredients to mesh together well, making one layer at a time. You throw all the layers together hoping that somehow they will come together to form a nifty design, but they don’t immediately....   [tags: Reflection] 930 words
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Human Development Class Reflection - The Human Development’s concepts, theories and so on give me a better understanding to explain why people act in different kind of situation that they have. Make me more appreciate the value of taking Human Development class. In the concept of Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems they played huge role to shape my character, values and so on to make me a better person right now that I still value them. For example, in my mesosytem to force me to be more religious because I studied in catholic school....   [tags: Reflection] 1530 words
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Critical Thinking Reflection - A person is not born as a good critical thinker. The first thing that is needed is a level of maturity having the ability to conceptualize and understanding the world (Boss, 2010). The skills that are associated with a person that has good critical thinking are: (Boss, 2010) Analytical Skills: recognize and evaluate arguments to filter through to the truth. Effective Communication: ability to listen, speak, and write effectively. Research Skills: ability to gather, evaluate, and create supporting evidence....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Assessment Reflection - As I reflect on my past assessment process, I realized how much my assessments have changed over the years. In my early years, I used tests for informational recall as my assessments. I felt these were appropriate guidelines in which I needed to follow in order to substantiate a student’s grade. Every assignment or tests was given a point value and then based on the amount of points, a grade was given. Every student’s assessment was exactly the same, and the assessments did not contain any subjectivity....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 969 words
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Rehabilitation Reflection - I completed my long term rehabilitation rotation at the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation (BIR) in Dallas. The patient that I was assigned to accompany was a 73-year-old Caucasian male. TK was transferred on March 9, 2010 from Medical City of Dallas Hospital following his craniotomy secondary to a Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) that occurred on February 28, 2010. He was also has a history of Hypertension (HTN). As I approached TK he was resting in bed with his head elevated watching TV. I asked the client if this would be an appropriate time to interview him....   [tags: Case Reflection] 2428 words
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Teaching Reflection - Introduction For my assignment I have decided to choose a group which I have just finished taking for level 1 Hairdressing and they have progressed on to level 2 Hairdressing. This is within my current role as a hairdressing lecturer at Hugh Baird College which I have done since October. Within this group there are a couple of people who have support workers. There is one student within the group who has severe learning difficulties and is a more mature student. She also has many health problems which results in her having to carry an oxygen tank around for when she has any problems with her breathing due to her having problems with her heart....   [tags: Personal Reflection] 2530 words
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Internship Reflection - It has been a while since I started at the internship and I am really glad I decided to work here. I think the experience in this area is a good preview of my career and future. I am learning some important skills and finding out some things about myself and the tough skin I will need in order to stay in the area of juvenile support. One of my responsibilities involved checking the messages from the days before on the office phone. I found that some of the potential mentors sounded older. This got me wondering about the age limits of the mentors....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1250 words
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Writing Reflection - Writing is an activity which allows me to express thoughts I can not always verbalize. I enjoy writing, but typically need time to get my thoughts in order. The benefit to writing down my thoughts, as opposed to speaking them, is that I can edit and decide if my written words match my thoughts. In the following paragraphs, I will look at the class assignments and appraise them to determine what I have learned this semester. The first three topics we were assigned to write about were personal narrative, evaluation and argument....   [tags: Course Reflection] 628 words
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Professional Reflection - There are several milestones that our society uses to measure personal development and suitability for advancement to higher degrees of social responsibility. One such milestone is career selection and attainment. Some individuals may never find a satisfying vocation, whereas others with know what they desire from the day they can communicate. A simple way to reduce the unfortunate friction of choosing a career is to be self-aware. Understanding what makes one happy, fulfilled, and the things that are important to them, is the easiest way to narrow down the world’s endless possible occupations and ensure job satisfaction....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 2346 words
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A Writer's Reflection - English is a hard language to learn, for there are numerous elements of effective usage and writing. Many people, including me, struggle in writing because of a lack of knowledge. Since middle school, English was not a strong suit of mine. I struggled with the simplest of tasks often taking a considerably longer time to complete a task than the other students. Unmotivated teachers and a lack of interest resulted in remedial writing skills. To put it simply, I had little confidence in my writing and I dreaded taking the class because of the writing involved....   [tags: Course Reflection] 1097 words
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Personal Reflection InTech I and Intech II - How has taking InTech changed the way I teach. Well, I took it six years ago, so I had to think about this for a while. I guess the fact that I had to consider it for a bit says something about how much a part of my life and my teaching technology has become. At the time I took InTech I, I felt that I was already quite comfortable using technology in the classroom. I had a desire and an interest in using it more, what I needed were ideas. I wasn’t sure how to get twenty-eight students on two computers....   [tags: Reflection ] 894 words
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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 - As a writer I am like a muscle. This quarter has been a workout of personal growth. I have really learned to enjoy the writing process and the workout of just writing. When I started the course I had not worked out in such a long time. My muscles had started dystrophy they were weak. My muscles had had never been worked out like this before. I had no real understanding how to work them out. Or where to go once I had started to work out. Now I have a drive to work out every day. I have fallen in lust with where my muscles (writing) are taking me....   [tags: Self-Reflection] 723 words
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Coaching Exercise Reflection - I wanted to start telling the story of our experience by sharing the feelings I brought into this exercise. A few years ago I underwent an experience of coaching through several sessions that left me this taste in the mouth that the coaching as a tool to develop others is not very effective. I have not taken the time to deeply analyze what went wrong but in general if I had to choose to do it again I think I would choose another methodology to foster change. Its objective in general is to assist in building behavioral skills, but in my opinion to really look for a long lasting change you need to give a deeper understanding to the lack of a certain skills, strongly reflect on the variables linked to it as could be the emotions, values and motivations that conduce you towards a behavior different that that one desired....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1464 words
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Education Course Reflection - Looking back over the course of the semester, I feel that I learned many new and interesting uses for technology within the classroom – both for classrooms that have a lot of technology and for classrooms that are limited with technology. For the majority of the class, we utilized William Kists’ book The Socially Networked Classroom: Teaching in the New Media Age (2010), which provided multiple modes of instruction that both utilized and/or created technology. One of the first things that I remember, and consequently that stuck with me through the course’s entirety, is that individuals must treat everything as a text....   [tags: Course Reflection]
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Health Care Services Reflection - The purpose of this paper is to provide a feedback on our health care services and what has been learned through this course and its weaknesses and strengths of the class. I would like to say a few words of our health care system and current challenges that we’re going through before I get to provide my opinion for the class. Over the past several years, I've seen and learning about the competitive challenges facing our economy in today's global world challenges such as energy, infrastructure, legal reform, education, and immigration....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 1173 words
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Animal Shelter Reflection - There is a Pedigree dog commercial I see on television which catches my eye and my heart. It tells us to not pity a shelter animal. When I decided to become a Veterinary Technician, I anticipated working in a vet office. Unpredictably, I changed my mind. Approximately a year ago, I began volunteering for the Denver Dumb Friends League at the Buddy Center in Castle Rock. A shelter is not always the easiest place to work. Nevertheless, I feel it is where I feel most able to make a difference. There is plenty of heartache, but I seem to have a knack for calming and comforting the frightened animals, and that makes me feel good....   [tags: Personal Reflection]
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Child Development Course Reflection - Over the past eight weeks this class has not only fulfilled my major requirements, but also made me understand more about the complexity of child development and how I can become a better person as a future parent and educator. Since I am an Education major, the four topics that would benefit me in the future are Erikson’s stages, Induction, Educational Self Fulfilling Philosophy, and Adolescence. I plan to be successful with my career and use what I have learned in Child Development to prepare future’s leaders of tomorrow....   [tags: Course Reflection] 1725 words
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Critical Thinking Reflection - Critical thinking is a significant and essential topic in recent education. The strategy of critical thinking skills helps identify areas in one's courses as the suitable place to highlight, expand and use some problems in exams that test students' critical thinking skills. Critical thinking means accurate thinking in the search of appropriate and dependable knowledge about the world. Another way to describe it is sensible, insightful, responsible, and skillful thinking that is focused on deciding what to believe or do....   [tags: Course Reflection] 587 words
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Shadow and Light Investigation Reflection - I really enjoyed this weeks science investigation about shadows and light. In my experience, this science work doesn’t look like the science courses I have taken in my K-14 education. Generally, my science courses were focused more on memorization rather than exploration. In my elementary science class, I remember memorizing science concepts, looking up words in the glossary, writing reports, and reading and answering questions from the book. Also, we had science magazines, where we had to read the articles and fill out the answers....   [tags: Experiment Reflection] 643 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 - Through the completion of my graduate program in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, I have gained an immense amount of knowledge and a plethora of skills which I have used and found valuable in my seventh grade English classroom. My outlook on student learning and my empathy towards students has also been positively affected by the program. These learning opportunities have led me to become a better educator both inside and outside of the classroom. One of my most influential experiences took place with my very first class, ED 523 taught by Dr....   [tags: Self-Reflection]
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Faculty Preparation Course Orientation Program Reflection - My experience gained from attending the new faculty preparation course and orientation program or from practicum (in class) could be summarized as follows: I have the ability to define the concept of building the course syllabus, determine the importance of building the course syllabus, distinguish between course syllabus and curriculum, determine the standards of building the course, describe the criteria for writing learning objectives, classify learning objectives using Bloom's taxonomy for content validity (cognitive level), distinguish between higher and lower thinking objectives, write learning objectives according to criteria specified, develop criteria for an effective course outline, reflect on their current approach to writing learning objectives, judge the quality of a list of learning objectives, list the concepts of educational needs, share my peers to determine the learning resources for higher education students, distinguish between the general goals and procedural goals for higher educational course syllabus, distinguish between cognitive, skills and emotional goals, know the rules of formatting the educational goals in well written form for my course for different levels of cognitive, skills and emotional goals and its importance, evaluate which of the goals are well written and which of them are bad according to the rules of formatting goals, determine the procedures of scientific contents of the course, determine the procedures of organization the contents of the course, standardize the criterion for designing instruction goals and objectives, describe how learning objectives direct the instructional process, know the importance of the educational activities during the course, determine the educational activities which can that aid the course objectives, determine the difficulty levels of the course, define the learning styles, share my peers to determine the teaching methods which are appropriate form learning styles of the students, appreciate the value of well writing objectives for learning process, instruction, and assessment , describe obligations to test- takers' rights, determine the steps of building the course syllabus, define "test", "assessment" , "measurement", and "evaluation", list the reason why well-written learning objectives are essential for effective assessment, know the standards of selection teaching method(s) which is (are) appropriate to the course content, know the standards of selection teaching aids which are appropriate to the course content, determine the standards of selection the appropriate assessment method(s) for the course, share my peers to suggest and improve the tools of higher thinking assessment tools, distinguish between different types and purposes of classroom assessments (Placement, Formative, Diagnostic and Summative), distinguish between norm- referenced and criterion – referenced, list the advantages and limitations of test item types, distinguish between the types of questions (matching, multiple choice, complete, true and false, short answer item, and essay problems) and how to design it for fairness and to matching the objective of the course syllabus and curriculum, design restricted and extended essay items effectively, design scoring criteria for essay item types, list the guidelines for constructing item types, map the most appropriate item type to learning objectives, list and evaluate the responsibility of professional educators (designing course syllabus, assessment tools), define the terms validity, reliability, and practicality, estimate reliability and error of measurement, create a valid, reliable and practical assessment system, value conducting valid and reliable assessment to evaluate learning outcomes, distinguish between tests and performance assessment tasks, Value the impact of clear test directions, organization of items, and clear layout on the performance of test- takers, define the performance tasks (lab....   [tags: Education Reflection ] 1759 words
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Family, Inc. Intern Experience Reflection - As I continue exploring the aspects of Family Inc., I find myself becoming more amazed at the tragedies that occur in the lives of juveniles. Society is always pointing the finger at the children, blaming them and punishing their negative actions. With a deeper look at the family system behind these children, I have found an empathy for the delinquent children. The organization is not only for delinquent children, but it is thought that children with incarcerated parents have a higher risk of going into the prison system....   [tags: Reflection Paper, Criminal Justice] 986 words
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reflextion - Analysis In this reflection report, I will explain our group’s situations by adopting the five-stage model of group development, then using other theories or researches to analyze the situations. 1. The five-stage model of group development Figure 1: The five-stage model Source: Adapted from Tuckman’s theory suggests five stages of group development, there are Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing and Adjourning respectively (Tuckman, 1965 and Tuckman and Jessen, 1977). In the first four stages, the model demonstrates that group bonding could be developed by joining the objective or task, and then adjourns the stage after the task finished....   [tags: ] 1951 words
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Reflection in Nursing - In order to fully understand the personal development and reflective reasoning in relation to your development in the Nursing field, one will have to define these two terminologies. Personal development means to include activities that improve awareness, can develop potential that will ultimately enhance the quality of life. Medical colleges advocate personal development plans as a basis for continuing professional development. Whereas, reflective reasoning is where a nurse can apply learning and insights of others into their own work....   [tags: Health, Nursing Field] 909 words
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The Reflection: A Song - The poem 'The Reflection: A Song' was written in 1684 by Aphra Behn and seems to feature around the theme of realisation and betrayal. Written by a woman, the poem's main character of a betrayed female has a subjective stance, which evokes a strong emotion of sympathy from the reader as it could represent a true life event. The structure of the poem is set out in seven stanzas, consisting eight lines. What is interesting about the structure is the use of iambic tetrameter with the first, third, fifth and seventh lines of each stanza and iambic trimeter with the second, fourth, sixth and eight lines....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Aphra Behn] 1441 words
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Reflections on Learning - Discoveries Through Learning I came into the program knowledgeable on the complex intricacies of sexual interactions and sexuality because of my own independent research on the topic. I had never, however, learned the basics of sexuality. In my undergraduate and graduate programs, the students in liberal arts majors were prohibited from taking human sexuality courses due to the overwhelming number of science students that needed the course as a pre-requisite. My English Education degree, unfortunately, did not afford me the opportunity to delve into my passion....   [tags: Reflection ]
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A Critical Incident Report - The objective of this assignment is to explore and reflect upon a situation from a clinical placement. Reflective techniques will be used to reveal how well or badly the situation was handled. And how the incident, and the reflection has influenced personal learning and professional practice in relation to nursing care. According to Hogston and Simpson (2002, p398) reflection is "a process of reviewing an experience of practice in order to better describe, analyse and evaluate, and so inform learning about practice"....   [tags: Reflection ]
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