As I was preparing myself for my first exam in this class I was very unsure how the test was going to be difficulty wise, and I wasn’t to sure what the test set up was going to be like, or what type of question were going to be asked. As I was going into the exam I thought that I was going to receive a low C. I thought this because I wasn’t really quite to sure of what I was going to study and what approach I was going to take toward it. After I finished with the exam I thought that I was still going to receive the initial grade that I thought I was going to get before I even took the test. With not being sure of the content of the test my preparations in order to study for the test were a little off. With the test being announced about a week prior in class to taking it, I started looking over my material about a 5 days ahead of time, trying to implement the 5 days study plan we learned in class. I think that using the 5 days study plan I didn’t to it correctly. Instead of “chunking” the material together I feel like I never gave my self a break and overloaded my head with to much information. As I was taking the test I think that I followed the directions well, I read them carefully and tired to take my time. As managing time went, I feel like I was rushed the whole entire time, and I was worried about not finishing up before class ended. As I was checking the time constantly stress played a big role with be not taking my time so it effected me negatively. I
Critical Reflections of Theory and Research
David M. Penn
The Role of Theory
Theory refers to a particular kind of illumination. It is a structured body of principles and concepts with intent to provide insight or explanation pertaining to a particular phenomenon. Consequently, theories attempt to explain why and how something operates the way it does and postulates what kind of implications or impacts it may have (Browne & Keeley, 2007, pp. 4-6). In essence, theoretical…
consists of the learnings and reflections that I had during the paper. The learnings and reflections were noted down weekly and have been compiled for this report.
Summary of learning
First week was the starting of the course the main purpose of this week was to introduce the students to the course and let students know what they can expect from the course. The students were also informed about the effort that will go into this paper, and were also told about the strategies that they can employ to…
Text(s), Materials, Equipment needed for this lesson:
Pictures of Martin Luther King, scripts (readers theater), scissors, glue and crayons.
GPS and/or National Standards: (This is the BIG IDEA you want your students to know and understand when you finish the unit.)
SSKH1 The student will identify the purpose of national holidays and describe the
people or events celebrated.
e. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Assessment Strategies: (Describe…
identified? If so, what is it?
The Phenomenon of interest is clearly identified in the article by the researcher. According to the researcher, the Phenomenon of interest was to conduct a descriptive
Phenomenological study which will describe and enhance the understanding of what it is like to live with bipolar disorder and comorbid substance used disorder.
2- Has the researcher identified why the Phenomenon requires a qualitative format?
According to the article,…
unconscious competence. Furthermore; feedback from my observer highlighted courage to express my judgement on the meeting progress however I still showed signs of confrontation. The observer suggested that although this manner was evident it could be a reflection of additional team profile profiles. A Shaper is susceptible to provocation while further down my profile scale a Specialist can be seen to be single-minded. This idea is again supported in the Counselling Report from the Belbin exercise (1981)…
Having concluded what, upon reflection, would have been the way to address the situation I can produce an action plan for the next time the same situation arises.
By applying this reflective practice cycle to similar situations the outcome should be steady, gradual improvement, associated with stimulating personal and professional growth, and closing the gap between theory and practice.
My reflection below describes a critical incident involving my 17 year…
to be of high priority when discussing alternative thinking is the involvement of the students to a higher degree. Apparently, studies have shown that even though the reason for it might not yet have been entirely concluded, there appears to be a correlation between a higher degree of involvement from the students and their learning levels (p.). Therefore, in this reflection I aim to reflect Williams’s view of student involvement in school, and compare his views with my experiences and empirical…
DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING
Person Centred Counselling Theory and Practice
3,000 Word Assignment
Person Centred Theory and Practice Assumes: It is Necessary that Two
People are in Psychological Contact.
This assignment introduces some of the Rogerian fundamental principles of
person-centred personality theory, thus forming backdrop for the
consideration of the three core-conditions required for successful therapeutic
alliance. The main thrust of the assignment looks at the first of the six
may also want to explore:
the different types of CPD activities you could undertake and how the CPD builder can
contribute to your professional development plan
how you can use the Institute for Learning tool REfLECT to record your activities and
reflections in your personal learning space.
Support from LSIS's Teaching and Learning Programme
Subject Learning Coaches (SLCs) and Advanced Learning Coaches (ALCs) supporting
coaching activities play a central role in LSIS's Teaching and Learning Programme…
BELFAST METROPOLITAN COLLEGE
BTEC NQF HIGHER NATIONAL ASSESSMENT FRONT SHEET
School: Applied Sciences, Hair and Beauty Course: HND Beauty Therapy Sciences
Assessment Set By: Sarah Hamill Date: February 2013
Assessment Validated By: Paula McAnearney Date: February 2013
|Name: Martina Mc Atamney |Date Issued: |Grading criteria attainable within this assignment( |