Analysis what sense can you make of the situation Conclusion what else could you have done? Action Plan if it arose again what would you do? 2. Why is reflective practice important? Answer Reflective practice is important as it enables you to achieve a better understanding of yourself, your skills, competencies, knowledge and professional practice.
• Reflecting on work activities in an important way to develop knowledge, skills and practice enables us to reach our goals, achieve a better understanding of ourselves, self-awareness, strengths and weaknesses. To be able to reflect on how individuals are doing to transfer theoretical knowledge to practice. The things that I know or what I don’t know, how to achieve some goals, achievements and where I need to improve. 1.3 Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work • The ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work is to find out about individual history, attitudes, beliefs, promote empathy and be professional at work, by not posing my beliefs to others as they have a right to their own beliefs. 2.
Reflecting on your practise is important as it can help you to focus on what you have done well and identify areas you may need to improve I.e. It may make you consider new approaches or make you consider learning more or beginning new courses in relevant subjects. You can use reflective practice to improve the quality of the service you provide by thinking about a task you previously completed and asking yourself: What could have been done better? & how will I do that task next time? 1.3.
Unit LD 302 Support person-centred thinking and planning 1.1 - Explain what person-centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person-centred planning. Person centred thinking is a set of values, skills and tools that can be used in person centred planning. It is the foundation in doing the plan to make it works. A person must have a set values or a thought that the centre of the plan is the owner of the plan and everything in it is for its benefits. 1.2 - Explain the benefits of using person-centred thinking with individuals.
L.O 1- 1.2 The key concepts and principles of assessment are to give the candidate the opportunities they are entitled to in which to prove their knowledge and competence in their subject. To do that the assessment must be: * Fair to the candidate. The decision should be made solely on whether the candidate has met the assessment criteria or not. Decisions must not be based on opinion, personal feelings or sympathy for the candidate. * Reliable.
HSC036 – 5.2 – How do you use your own role and authority to support the individual’s right to make choices. HSC036 – 5.3 – How do you manage risk in a way that maintains the individual’s right to make choices. HSC036 – 5.4 – Describe how to support an individual to question or challenge decisions concerning them that are made by others. HSC036 – 6.1 – Explain the links between identity, self image and self esteem. HSC036 – 6.2 – What factors contribute to the wellbeing of an individual?
This is done by looking at the candidate’s knowledge, skills and competence to make a judgement to whether it meets the criteria set out in the standards. The evidence submitted must be deemed valid, so does is relate to the standard to which it is being applied and is it from a reliable source or a true document, how can it be verified as belonging to the candidate. It also needs to be a current form of evidence does it have a time period that it is restricted to and is it sufficient, how much of the criteria it meets. Each piece of evidence needs to cover part of the criteria, which is crucial to making an assessment decision. If all of the criteria is not met then a competent decision can not be made.
Analyze the Rhetoric Parts of an Argument to Consider * Identify the situation. * Identify the writer’s purpose. * Identify the major claim and supporting claims. * Identify the audience. Appeals to Logos = Appeal to reason * Consistency of argument * Clarity in asserting a thesis or point * Quality of reasons/evidence used in support of the point Appeals to Ethos = Appeal to Ethos by presenting writer as credible, knowledgeable, and trustworthy * Do your homework: know your subject.
SMART Goal Format: S—Specific (Who, besides YOU is involved in your goal, what is YOUR goal, and where will it take place?) M—Measurable (How are YOU going to achieve the goal?) A—Attainable (What resources and/or experts are available to assist YOU with attaining your goal?) R—Realistic (Is YOUR goal something that is realistically obtainable by YOU in YOUR professional practice? Explain.)