Be able to prepare a professional development plan
3. Establish a process to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan Lifelong learning is a major part in growth and empowerment with a personalised action plan which is designed to help achieve your goals .The personal development plan should be regularly evaluated, actions agreed and changes made if required. As the plan develops the SMART model is ideal for ensuring goals and progresses are met. .
Be able to improve performance through reflective practice
4.1. Reflective practice is being self-aware, challenging and objective. It is also about recording and reviewing your learning and keeping track of your performance. Reflective practice means that we learn by thinking about things that have happened to us and seeing them in a different way, which enables us to take some kind of action. There are different types of reflection. Below are some different models of theories of reflective practice. Top of FormBottom of FormEdgar Schon
Schon 1993 described reflection in two main ways: Reflection on action and Reflection in action. Reflection on action is looking back after the event and reflection in action is “happening” during the event. Schon, D. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner. London: Temple Smith Reflective practice can also be summarised as having three components Experiences that happen to us(DO)
The reflective process that enable the person to learn from their experiences(Review) The action taken that results from the reflection (Plan)
Gibbs Reflective cycle 198
Professor Graham Gibbs wrote a book called “Learning by Doing” in 1988
Using this model the first stage is-
When and where did this happen?
Who else was there?
What did you do?
What did other people do?
What was the result of the situation?
Stage 2 Feelings/Thoughts
At this stage explore those things that were going on during the experience How you were feeling when the event...
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