• Reflective Study
    Shahid, A (2005) ‘The effect of power point presentations on student learning and attitudes’ Global perspective on accounting education’ (online) available at http://gpae.bryant.edu/~gpae/vol2 [accessed on 07-02-2012] 3. Oxford brooks university, ‘Using Gibbs: Example of feflective writing in healthcare...
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  • Becoming a Person
    model (Gibbs 1988).Gibbs model of reflection incorporates the following cycle: description, feelings, evaluation, analysis, conclusion, and an action plan (Gibbs 1988). I decided to do my presentation on Alzheimer’s disease, The Alzheimer’s Society (2010) states “it is a physical disease affecting the...
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  • Podiatrist
    you have not done well as you should interfere with the ability to re-examine your experience in an open manner (Sully and Dallas 2005). In conclusion, using the Gibbs model of reflection has helped me discuss how I developed in the whole process starting from introducing one another, group work in...
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  • Reflective Essay on Teaching
    . The preparation, planning, implementation and evaluation will also be incorporated. This assignment will be structured using Gibbs (1988) reflective model cited in Modular Training Course, 2003 because of its simplicity. Analysis will permeate through each stage of the Gibbs reflective model. Finally...
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  • Reflective Practice
    shall use Gibb’s reflective model (1988) as a framework for discussion (Figure 1). The rationale for using Gibb’s model is that its components give a descriptive account of what actually happens; and an event is assessed, analysed and evaluated. In addition, Gibb’s model aids reflection on past...
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  • Dttls Unit 5
    observation and informal personal interviews with fellow peer groups, I conducted my Secondary research by colleting existing data gathered from both my Primary research as well as using the internet in order to access reviews, government statements and information as well as theories and principles used...
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  • Reflection
    helps after an ‘event’ such as a presentation, completing an essay, or just a difficult day. Using a few basic questions as a framework, like the ones below, can help you structure your own reflections about how you are doing. • • • • • • How did it go? How do I feel about it? What went...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Judaism and Christinity
    A PRESENTATION GIBBS MODEL FOR REFLECTION REFLECTION When we reflect, we consider deeply something which we might not otherwise have given much thought to in a given experience. It could be as a minister when handling married issues between...
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  • Critical Incident Analysis
    to examine an incident that occurred whilst I was on clinical placement. Using my chosen reflection model I will reflect back on the incident, analysing the positive and negative aspects, evaluating my performance and producing an action plan for future practice. This essay will allow for in depth...
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  • Miss
    and teachers with e few years’ experience in their shoulders. . Using this experience; the reflections of colleagues on a similar topic should in theory allow us to see a situation through both our own lens and that of our colleagues, which may inevitably lead to a better quality action plan being...
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  • Communication Skills
    identify areas of my own strengths and weaknesses, building my concept of self-awareness and acknowledging room for personal development. To do this I have decided to use a model based on ‘Stages of reflection’ (Gibbs 1988) (see appendices 1). By using this model it allows me to reflect in a...
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  • Reflective Writing
    own opinion. Gibbs’ model of reflection There are six stages in Gibbs’ model, and each will be discussed in turn here. There is also a sample assignment at the end of this guide, which is written using Gibbs’ model and is structured using headings for clarity. Gibbs’ model of reflection, from...
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  • Individual Reflection
    and theory I found the views of Gibb’s (Gibbs, 1988). His reflective cycle is a process involving six steps shown below, it is a 'cycle' because the action you take in the final stage will feed back into the first stage, beginning the process again: * Description – What happened? * Feelings...
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  • Practice Education 1
    Diploma in Nursing. The cognitive approach was used as the underpinning theory for this session; the discussion will include teaching and learning strategies that were employed in this session. The second part will include a critical analysis of the teaching session using the Gibbs reflective model...
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  • Teaching Reflection
    it in practice. Schon calls this application and development of theory in the real world theory-in-use. The notion of reflection linking theory and practice underlies the work of Kolb and of Gibbs. The models of learning and reflection they developed are sometimes called `iterative' because they...
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  • Dtlls
    discuss. Using theories, principles and models can be used as an autonomous learner once you have found one that you are comfortable with. When I first started completing my first year reflections I spoke to my mentor about the difficulties I was having, and the response is the only negative thing I...
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  • Learning Development Plan
    Professions Council (HPC, 2008). I shall write my reflection according to Gibbs model of reflective cycle Gibbs (1988). Quinn and Hughes (2007a) Describes reflection as a recollection of past experience. Nurses and Midwifery council, NMC (2008a) Code 38 states that Nurses...
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  • Learning Teaching Assessment
    placement, an analysis will be undertaken, identifying where the student required assistance to meet their learning outcomes. Using the Gibbs (1998) reflective model the candidate will reflect on the scenario identifying strategies that can be adopted by the mentor/ preceptor can support the student...
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  • Marketing Project
    generalisations that allow new situations to be tackled effectively.’ (Gibbs 1988) Reflective writing provides an opportunity for you to gain further insights from your work through deeper reflection on your experiences, and through further consideration of other perspectives from people and theory. Through...
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  • Critical Incident Analysis
    session during my clinical placement which I will reflect upon also using the Gibbs’ Reflect Cycle. Teaching session reflection I planned for a teaching session on Risk Management as an issue I had identified in the incident I reflected upon. This was also a rare incident with this CMHT. Violence...
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