A Reflective Account
This Assignment is a reflective account explaining my understanding of roles and responsibilities as a teacher.
Promoting equality and valuing diversity
When teaching I will consider it important to treat all learners equally with respect and dignity. It is...
“Reflection is a process of reviewing an experience of practice in order to describe, analyse, evaluate and so inform learning about practice” (Reid, 1993 p.305).
I am going to reflect on an activity during my placement at a childminder’s setting.
(Reflective account of presentation)
Compasses, maps and GPS were all used in combination together so that we could direct and navigate ourselves to our destination. Obviously the compasses were used to let us know what direction we were facing and what bearing we were taking, the maps were used
Reflective account about our group
Although I had previous experience about group work, but this time I was unhappy when I was told that we were suppose to work in-groups. I didn’t know any one in the class therefore, I was not convinced at the beginning the students that I was going to work wi
I am a registered and specialized trained Assistant Medical Officer (AMO) at Emergency and Trauma Department (ED). I have been working in the Government Hospital for fourteen years. In addition I am also working together other with twenty AMO’s, ten registered staff nurses and sev
EXAMPLE OF A REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT FROM WHICH TO DEVELOP AN ACADEMIC POSTER
Recently I have been studying on a Masters course and have been studying about leadership and management in health. I have little practical experience of leadership and management of health projects or services
NVQ-3 In Health and Social Care By
(Unit HSC33 A & B)
Reflect on and develop your practice
Sometime I also come across patients with challenging behaviour. Once I had a patient admitted on my ward n
This assignment is a reflective account of my first experience when assisting a patient to eat lunch. For the purpose of this assignment I will refer to this patient as Mrs C to maintain confidentiality and comply with the NMC code (2008). It will discuss the importance of non-verbal
A situation arose relating to a Live – in carer, (to be known in this reflective account as carer A) who was due to go into a placement and relieve an existing member of staff ( to be known in this reflective account as carer B) as part of a two-week job share. Carer A had problems with regard to
F0KA 34 Health Care: Practice Experience
Reflective account 4
Candidate Name: Word count- 801
Related learning Outcome:
Learning Outcome 1, Knowledge and Skills –
1.b recognising and acknowledge limitations of own abilities
2.a committing to the principle that the primary purpose of
1. For Reflective Account 3 you should use one of your child observations.
2. Describe how you did this observation.
a. Did you sit away from the child and observe from a distance (unobtrusive) so the child was not disturbed?
b. Did you sit near to the child or even sit in on the
HSC 51 Reflective account
In my role as senior care worker, I work with variety of individuals including, colleagues, management, professionals, clients and their family members.
The main group that I work with on day to day basis are residential clients that are both elderly and varied degrees
Brief account of event/activity/experience. Firework pictures.
I prepared and set up a table at the Ace club so the children could create a fire work picture. I put out black paper and asked the children once we were all seated at the table if they knew why we were goin
ROLE OF A HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE WORKER
AT 7.15AM I CLOCK IN AND TAKE MY COAT AND BAG OFF AND LOCK THEM IN MY LOCKER SO I AM READY TO START MY SHIFT STRAIGHT AWAY, EVEN THOUGH I SOMETIMES SOCIALISE WITH SOME OF THE STAFF I WORK WITH I ENSURE I AM IN THE RIGHT FRAM
The theme of this reflective account is engaging children in participation, and enabling children to have a voice. The Every child matters documentation (Department for Education 2010) focuses on the important role of the adult in enabling children to make decisions and encouraging them to particip
Reflective account 12
I am let in the children world now; they completely trust me and don’t fear me. I stepped in the classroom today and from the door the children said –“Hello”, and smiled. Child S. even gave me a hug. We had 4 indoor activities set for them to
Unit 7 - Maintain and support relationships with children and young people
Reflective Account 1 and 2
As part of the Key Stage 1 healthy eating topic, class 4 was tasked with creating smoothies. The class was divided into three groups (red, green and blue), I was assisting red group.
Reflective account on communication
Communication is very important in order to express needs and emotions. There are two types of communication, verbal and non-verbal, both of which are important in understanding and supporting someone.
This report is based on a 40 year old lady that finds verbal
Reflective account on communication
This assignment is a reflective account on communicating with a patient who cannot communicate verbally. To remain confidential I will call the patient, Patient A. I’m going to discuss the importance of non-verbal communication within a healthcare setting. Pa
Task C Reflective account
I work in a residential home for Dementia for the elderly, some of the clients Dementia range from mild to severe. The clients are raised in a very different way to how I was raised and it is important that I must remember this and respect their this as we all have perso