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Reflective practice is important to the development of lecturers as professionals as it enables us to learn from our experiences of teaching and make easier student learning. Developing reflective practise means developing ways of reviewing our own teaching so that it becomes a routine and a process by which we might continuously develop. Kolb’s Learning Style Model. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_styles Kolb developed a theory of experiential learning that can give us a useful model by which to develop our practise. This
A Critical Analysis of Own Approach to Reflective Practice and Exploration of Potential Continuing Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) By Michael Smallman What is reflective practice? According to Jennifer Moon (1999: p63), it is "a set of abilities and skills, to indicate the taking of a critical stance, an orientation to problem solving or state of mind". It is my intention to give a detailed examination of reflective practice, both in my own approach and also in general terms. The analysis will cover what I feel is beneficial in how I apply reflective practice, and how it plays such a vital role in classroom management. I will also discuss Continuing Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) and why it is important for every teacher to ensure that their individual progress is regularly maintained.
Learn from the experience, experiment and come up with the best solution. For employees to learn they need to be informed by distributing new knowledge throughout the organization and incorporating it into daily activities. Here we will summarize an article that talks about learning organizations; summarize the author’s conclusion and/or recommendation; summarize my conclusion; lastly, we will summarize how the concept in the article applies to my organization. Summary of Article In the article of 5 Keys to Building a Learning Organization, Mr. Bersin talks about the key notes in building a learning organization. He first starts
I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” This quote would suggest that if you involve your students where they do what you are trying to teach them then they are more likely to understand and learn. 4. There are a variety of different organisations that can be used as a reference point for meeting the potential needs of the learner, these include Highfield Awarding Body of Compliance (HABC). The government also introduced Skills for Life in 2001 which is a strategy to improve adult literacy and numeracy skills.
City and Guilds 6502 Level 3 Award in Education and Training – AET Unit 301: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training Assessment Task A: Information Booklet You have been asked to produce a leaflet that mentors within your organisation can use when supporting new members of staff. The leaflet needs to outline some of your organisation’s procedures and be a useful reference point. In this document you will: a) explain the teaching training role and responsibilities in education and training. Follow the SMART teaching theory, setting Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic and Time bound goals for students. Marking and assessing students work and progress.
The Information Literacy Diagnostic is a self check online quiz designed to increase your awareness of the essential information skills needed for starting research at university.! In order to succeed in your studies you need skills to search for, evaluate, and use relevant and appropriate references in your assignments. The Information Literacy Diagnostic enables you to assess your level of understanding of these key academic skills and take advantage of the opportunities provided to build your skills to the required level, so you are better prepared for university study.! School! La Trobe Business School Week 1 | Information Literacy Diagnostic and Learning Resources 16!
Learning and Communicating Online A written response by Kerri-Anne Hill TP 2 Unit COM10003 Swinburne University As an online learner aiming to be a professional in the field of Early Childhood Education, I have learnt the following. The skills and attributes I need in order to be successful in my chosen career are the ability to keep accurate records of children, the ability to communicate effectively with parents, families and co-workers. The ability to maintain order within a classroom, the ability to operate learning devices for disabled children. The ability to plan engaging children’s curriculum and document it to share. The ability to evaluate children’s learning to identify possible learning difficulties.
And also to maintain their rights. Outcome 2 Know how to access support for handling information 2.1 Describe how to access guidance, information and advice about handling information. There are many avenues from which I can access guidance, information and advice about handling information. Such as: - Through induction and other courses and training I can obtain - Through colleagues and individuals as well as my company’s policies - Through the GSCC (general social care council) this council provides codes of practices to care workers so I can access and obtain information from here. - Through this course by studying and learning - Through the internet.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards to support learning and development in practice state that students on NMC approved pre-registration nursing education programmes, leading to registration on the nurses’ part of the register, must be supported and assessed by mentors. (NMC 2008) They also state that other registered professionals who have been suitably prepared can supervise and contribute towards the assessment of nursing students, this builds on a previous argument by Dix and Hughes (2004) who state that all nurses are involved in facilitating learning as learning is a constant feature of the profession. Whilst I agree with Dix and Hughes (2004) in that I can teach and provide valuable learning experiences to