Introduction One of the most critical experiences for student nurses is their exposure to patients in the clinical. It is where they encounter the human side of nursing. From an educational perspective, the clinical placement is the venue where skills, knowledge and attitudes developed in the theoretical part of the curriculum are applied, developed and integrated Newton et al. Learning in clinical practice provides up to half of the educational experience for students taking Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
How many times have you heard statements like those above?
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I bet many times. And how many times have you stopped to reflect upon your teaching practice? Have you ever done it? What was the last time you observed a friend?
Why so many questions? What does it all have to do with reflective teaching? What about reflecting on our teaching process?
Have we reflected on it? Reflective teaching is a personal tool that teachers can use to observe and evaluate the way they behave in their classroom.
It can be both a private process as well as one that you discuss with colleagues. You will be able to look at the underlying principles and beliefs that define the way that you work. This kind of self-awareness is a powerful ally for a teacher, especially when so much of what and how they teach can change in the moment.
Reflective teaching is about more than just summarizing what happened in the classroom.
Reflective teaching is a quieter and more systemic approach to looking at what happened. It is a response to past experience and involves conscious recall and examination of the experience as a basis for evaluation and decision-making and as a source for planning and action.
We could claim that the degree of autonomy and responsibility we have in our work as teachers is determined by the level of control we can exercise over our actions. In reflecting on the above kind of questions, we begin to exercise control and open up the possibility of transforming our everyday classroom life.
We can conceptualise successive levels of expertise in teaching — those that student-teachers may attain at the beginning, middle and end of their courses; those of the new teacher after their induction to full-time school life; and those of the experienced, expert teacher.
Given the nature of teaching, professional development and learning should never stop. How does reflection take place? Approaches to Critical reflection: Some suggestions for peer observation: The teacher being observed would also assign the observer a goal for the observation and a task to accomplish.
The task would involve collecting information about some aspect of the lesson, but would not include any evaluation of the lesson. Observation procedures or instruments to be used would be agreed upon during this session and a schedule for the observations arranged.
The two teachers would meet as soon as possible after the lesson. The observer would report on the information that had been collected and discuss it with the teacher Richards and Lockhart, The teachers identify a variety of different aspects of their lessons for their partners to observe and collect information on.
They may also obtain new insights into aspects of their teaching. Written accounts of experiences Another useful way of engaging in the reflective process is through the use of written accounts of experiences. Powell and their potential is increasingly being recognized in teacher education.
A number of different approaches can be used. Self-Reports — Self-reporting involves completing an inventory or check list in which the teacher indicates which teaching practices were used within a lesson or within a specified time period and how often they were employed Pak, Self-reporting allows teachers to make a regular assessment of what they are doing in the classroom.
They can check to see to what extent their assumptions about their own teaching are reflected in their actual teaching practices.The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world and the Purdue University Writing Lab helps writers on Purdue's campus.
JOURNAL WRITING PROCESS. Journal writing can have many different applications based on the goals of the instructor and student. One common use of journal writing is to promote reflection and thought through one-on-one dialogue between the student and instructor. Reflective writing is the expression on paper/screen of some of the mental processes of reflection.
Other forms of expressing reflection are in speech, in film, in graphic portrayal, music etc. Other forms of expressing reflection are in speech, in film, in graphic portrayal, music etc.
ADVANCED WRITING. IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE A Corpus-Based Study of Processes and Products Horvath Jozsef Lingua Franca Csoport ADVANCED WRITING IN ENGLISH. Published: Thu, 18 May Reflective learning journal. It is time to write the Reflective learning Journal at the end of this semester to conclude what we have learned from the Economics and Finance Engagement Project.
The author, a nurse practitioner based in an Emergency Department (ED), from here on in will be referred to as ‘the practitioner’. The practitioner is currently employed in a development role with the view, following training, of becoming an acute care practitioner. This will entail working.