Sample Reflective Journal In Teaching Essays and Term Papers

  • Reflective Journal Teaching

    publication How We Think (1910) Dewey draws the readers attention to routine action and reflective action, where routine action is largely pre set guidelines, not giving consideration to individual circumstances. Reflective action is considering the individual situation and adjusting as necessary (1910). ...

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  • Reflective Journal Sample

    Minh Nguyen Journal 4 ELC 689 February, 8th 2010 What I have learned for the first four weeks of the course has prompted me to initiate new policies in testing administration together with training workshops for teachers in my division. The aims are to work toward better quality test practice:...

      1206 Words | 4 Pages   Formative assessment, Educational assessment, Teacher, Test (assessment)

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    REFLECTIVE JOURNAL 1 What is Engineering? Engineering is a career in which the knowledge of mathematical and natural sciences is applied with judgement to develop ways to utilize economically the materials and forces of nature for the advantage of society. Mechanical engineering is one of the known...

      274 Words | 1 Pages   Mechanical engineering, Engineering, Electrical engineering

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    REFLECTIVE JOURNAL In our daily lives, we usually encounter statistics and deals with its essential terms. It is a branch of mathematics that deals with the collection, organization, and analysis of numerical data and with such problems as experiment design and decision making. A step by step approach...

      417 Words | 1 Pages   Scientific method, Statistics, Critical thinking, Science

  • Reflective Journal

    Topic 1: Meeting the customer requirements (Oakland 2003) is a reasonable definition of quality. Meeting the Customer’s requirements is a tough challenge as the requirements of customer are like the water of a tide; it’s likely to change at any point of time. So identifying the expectations of the...

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  • Reflective Journal

    Assignment Title: Reflective Journal Course Code: BIOL-455 Course Title: Biology Practicum CRN: 25233 Semester: 2nd Semester 2012-13 Student Name: Gregory Jerome James ID: 00021523 Programme: Biology Date of...

      1558 Words | 4 Pages   Buffer solution, Bachelor's degree, Academic degree

  • Reflective Journal

    reflecting on what that means for a current or expected professional position can be an important outcome. Some of my students include portions of a journal or diary in a professional portfolio as a means of demonstrating to current or prospective employers their ability to critically reflect on issues...

      710 Words | 3 Pages   Adult education, Learning

  • Reflective Journal

    The fighting spirit. What a catchy name for a title of an article that touched my heart deeply and had stirred emotions of mine. I have known this humble gentleman since the day I stepped my foot on Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Shah Alam. We were introduced to this awe-inspiring person named Prof...

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    Reflective Journal First of all I would like to thank to my group mates for accepted me to be one of the group mate. At first I did not know any of them. It is quite stressful yet challenging. Until the first meeting we had, a week before, they were prepared and working seriously but in such friendly...

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  • Reflective Journal

    career. ‘Feelings must be openly expressed for the issue to be resolved. (Fogler, HS & LeBlanc,S 2008, p. 32) For me important is learning process and teaching system, to try discovering my findings, be motivated for searching the first accounting job. ‘Dr Edge said “with a graduate’s employment history the...

      254 Words | 1 Pages   Creativity

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    Reflective Journal The first class of writing course was very interesting. Though, I’ve already experienced Kim’s previous course, I was still confused at every corner of the class because I lost her directions sometimes and couldn’t answer properly. No one can deny that her course demanding lots...

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  • reflective teaching

    Reflective teaching Among the many approaches to teaching, reflective teaching is the one kind that affords the teacher the opportunity to employ a wholistic approach towards the children in our classroom. It is not only a series of steps that allow the teacher to accomplish his or her defined goals...

      409 Words | 2 Pages   Reflective practice, Teacher, Consciousness, Education

  • Reflective Teaching

    patterns. Pedagogical implications The interface between the linguistic analysis of newspaper editorials, as an example of media discourse, and the teaching of English as a foreign or second language would be a relevant issue if one considers the growing number of students majoring in Englishlanguage studies...

      9366 Words | 28 Pages   Academic writing, English as a second or foreign language, Language education, Essay

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    Today I will be talking about the Importance of Reflective practice in Nursing Scholarship. Reflective practice is an essential skill in health professionalism. Reflective practice refers to the process of thoughtfully considering your experiences. Reflective practise allows you to consider what your strengths...

      953 Words | 3 Pages   Critical thinking, Reflective practice, Reason, Creativity

  • Reflective Journal

    REFLECTIVE JOURNAL I think I would like to investigate symbiosis known also as co-dependency: Can symbiotic tendencies affect the working relationship with clients? If so, how can I recognise it and work with this awareness in mind. I have experience of symbiosis (codependency) in my relationship...

      461 Words | 2 Pages   Transactional analysis, Codependency

  • Reflective Journal

    Ethics Reflective Journal By KRB Health Law and Ethics HSC/478 February 6, 2012 Francis Mieczkowski, Jr The Troubled Teen This story centered on a 16 year old, Rachel, who was in labor, and accompanied to the hospital by her parents. At issue the parents were reluctant to...

      932 Words | 3 Pages   Medical ethics, Decision-making

  • Reflective Journal

    Reflective Journal 3 Konysbek Sultan ID: 201103374 It is hard to predict where I would start my career as an engineer. Firstly I would try to find work in Astana, because I want to get some initial experience. But by now, I do not know any companies in Astana where the electrical engineers are...

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  • Reflective journal

    Minute of Feedback on Workplace Attachment Date / Time: 14/5/2014, 10.00 am Location: Pacific Healthcare Nursing at 6 Lengkok Bahru Singapore 159051; at Meeting Room Present: Supervisor: Staffs: Trainees: Allan, June, Jewell, Lee Hong, Kennard and Chong Ooi Apologies: None Reason of Meeting: ...

      361 Words | 2 Pages   Occupational safety and health, Workplace bullying

  • Reflective Journal

    As a business student, Organizational Behaviour subject is utmost important. It gives me many benefits, either in my daily basis or for my future. What I have learned for the six weeks of the course has prompted me to initiate theories of managing and working together with people to achieve the same...

      331 Words | 1 Pages   Motivation

  • Reflective Journal

    Actually, we are also implicated by that flood. In other words, we are also affected by that unfavorable happening last week. My first-made reflective journal for that week swam with the flood. Hahaha. At first, my reaction was at rage because not only for the reason that it swam with the flood, but...

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