Gibbs (1998) reflective cycle will be utilized as it illustrates a clear structure for the process of reflection which includes six main stages; description of the event, feelings, evaluation, description (analysis to make sense of the experience) conclusion and action plan (Jasper, 2003) respectively. Baird and Winter (2005) give some reasons on why reflection is require in reflective practice. They state that reflection is to generate the practiced knowledge, assist an ability to adapt new situations, develop self-esteem and satisfaction as well as to value, develop and professionalizing practice. Description of event: As part of our second assignment, our class (two people in each group) was assigned to conduct a role play on interview where my friend Mary held the role as interviewer and myself as an interviewee. The initial planning of the content and rehearsal was done together as a team.
‘A personalised induction will always be more effective’. Discuss. Base your answer on theoretical concepts and techniques presented in class. The suggestion that a personalised induction is always more effective is based on overwhelming evidence that the client achieves a more effective hypnotic state when the induction is tailored to his or her needs, belief systems and personality. In this essay I will discuss the theoretical concepts and techniques I have been learning about and my own experiences both as a recipient and deliverer of various induction styles and how effective they appear to be based on my observations and feedback from fellow students.
I seek her permission and consent to teach her about medication administration procedure. The consent attached in (appendix 1). Identifying Learning Needs ,Planning and Managing Student Experience. In the learning process the important things to do identifying my leaner needs. Vision for learning and teaching enhance the quality of student in learning experience by providing a support and well-resourced learning environment.
Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning – 1028 This essay aims to give an overview of the main ideas and principles of one theory of learning (cognitive) and of the practical implications of this theory in my subject specialism of Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) in Cleaning & Support Services Skills Level 2 in terms of teaching strategies, resources, assessment methods, inclusive learning and the possible impact on the progress and achievements of my learners. As aforementioned, my subject specialism in QCF Cleaning & Support Services Skills level 2 which involves developing the learners underpinning knowledge through workbooks and workshops and for them to confirm this new found knowledge through completion of a mixture of multiple choice questions and short essay answers to questions. I also deliver practical training via the demonstration of various cleaning tasks, which the learners are then required to repeat to show the level of competency they have attained. Successful completion of the course entails an observation of the learner in the workplace carrying out cleaning duties excetera. This is purposely left for at least 2 weeks after the workshops and practical training has been completed to encourage deep learning rather than surface learning.
Task 7 – Learning and communication skills In this essay, I will attempt to asses the module CS1015A. During my endeavours, I will be discussing how useful the course has been for me and outlining what I have learnt. In doing so, I will be looking at what strengths and weaknesses I have gained as well as how practical I have been with time management. Throughout this essay I will be talking about the assignments I have done for this module and how they have helped me. In conclusion I will be giving my own suggestion on how the module can be improved.
Further discussion centered on class policies including the instructor's stance on plagiarism. The remainder of the class time was dedicated to lecture and discussion of the first reading assignments. Many IT related definitions, concepts, and business uses or practices were explained. By the end
Support your answer. Your written work will be graded using the following rubric: read this…it will help you get the grade you want! A | Excellent/Outstanding | Insightful and thoughtful discussion of issues brought up in course, shows synthesis and link between issues, often with reference to other relevant issues either from the course or from the general literature. Shows evidence of reading material, and integrating it with material from video/class exercises.
I would record this formally by writing up reports and records and in-formally by communicating with my learners via tutorial sessions and individual assessments. Individual assessments gives me the opportunity to assess each individual leaners strengths and weaknesses and I can evaluate and change my training methods accordingly. My responsibility is to evaluate what needed to be covered was, if my teaching methods worked, and learners got it, if not, reassess and design different ways of teaching to achieve
Cambridge TECHNICALS OCR LEVEL 3 CAMBRIDGE TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE D/600/8958 LEVEL 3 UNIT 8 GUIDED LEARNING HOURS: 120 UNIT CREDIT VALUE: 20 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE D/600/8958 LEVEL 3 UNIT 8 AIM OF THE UNIT Reflective practice is used widely within the health and social care sector to ensure standards of service and care are monitored and where necessary improved. This unit will enable learners to develop skills necessary to plan, monitor and reflect on their personal and professional development and learners will compile a professional development portfolio (PDP) which will contain evidence
Page 39 – 4: Evaluation Page 41 – Section 6 - Feedback sheets. Page 43 – Section 7 - Declaration that this is your own work (needs signing before final submission. Section 1 - Breakdown of the Unit Aim and purpose The first aim of this unit is to show you what processes are involved in learning. The second aim is to teach you how to take control of your development and learn how to plan, execute, monitor and reflect on it. Learning outcomes By completing this unit you should be able to demonstrate the following: • Understand the learning process • Be able to plan for and monitor own professional development • Be able to reflect on own development over time • Know service provision in the health or social care sectors.