scored rather high on the four content areas I evaluated. Upon reflection, I do believe that the leader within me has developed with age, experiences, and being blessed to work with many excellent healthcare providers and mentors. Personal and Professional Accountability The first area assessed was that of personal and professional accountability. Upon consideration, I have made great strides in the areas of personal growth and development, professional association involvement, and ethical behavior
are twelve standards of practice, however, the only standards discussed were two, three, six and eight. The standards act as a guide for nurses to provide care, based on culture and global issues. The second standard focuses on critical reflection. Critical reflection is of high importance as it involves the understanding of self-awareness of beliefs, values, and cultural heritage. The third standard focuses on the knowledge of cultures. Knowledge which focuses on nurses gaining an understanding of
family, peer groups, and the larger community. During this stage of their lives, youth struggle wi... ... middle of paper ... ...Lessons Shared: Reflections from the International Learning Group on Youth and Community Development & Youth Development Series This scholarly journal is about international learning groups on youth and community development. It is about youth in the political processes of their countries and brought ILG members together for a week to learn from programs and leaders in
learning, improving the methods used to assess students' performance, and focusing better consideration on the professional development of faculty as teachers and educators. Based on these remarks, it is obvious that a major transformation is now under way in the education of medical students. Medical education research can effort on any number of topics, including curriculum development, method of teaching, student assessment, teacher evaluation, course evaluation, faculty improvement, admission and preparation
and expects them to take responsibility for their part in their education gives them the tools for situations they will encounter when they leave the education world. It can be an exciting time for students. I look forward to my role in their development. References Works Cited Freiberg, H. J. & Driscoll, A. (2005). Universal Teaching Strategies (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc. Wolfgang, C.W. (2009). Solving Discipline and Classroom Management Problems: Methods
Purpose of this paper The purpose of this paper is three-fold: First, to examine briefly Social Cognitive Theory’s view on the contribution of self-efficacy to learning and motivation; Then, to offer some guidelines for motivational strategies reflecting self-efficacy concepts that have been supported by research; Finally, to provide some possible ways to implement these guidelines in a mathematics class. Introduction Within us all is a desire to achieve. The need exists to show, to ourselves
Another possible form of work-based education is work-based tech prep, which Bragg (1995) distinguishes from traditional tech prep programs on the basis of the higher visibility of employers. In work-based tech prep models, employers help develop formal plans linking students' school-based and work-based learning directly to their career goals, they provide formal work-based experiences, and they sponsor mentors and coaches.