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Transcript of Critical Reflection
Critical Reflection Report is 50% of the overall module mark
Based on 80-hour work placement
Due: Tuesday 16 May 2017, by 12pm
But how do you bring it all together?
Your report will be both
. It will be based upon
that you have encountered in the workplace that you have learned from by overcoming them. There is no limit to what your situations could be, they may include positive or negative experiences, and as examples might be related to any of the following areas:
Introduction (overview of placement, aim, objectives, definitions)
Conclusion & Recommendations
contract, timesheet, and appraisal
The purpose of this report is to reflect critically....
on placement and issues of ____....
using theories and models of ____.
describe the work placement (organisation & role);
To include (with your aim and objectives):
Brief overview of your placement and your roles;
Brief definition of Reflection and Critical Incident Analysis (see Prezi for "Models of Critical Reflection")
Approximate word count for Introduction?
Situations 1 and 2
elevate the analysis from...
communication; negotiation; problem solving; stress management; dealing with difficult customers;
conflict resolution; event planning; project management; managing others; or
being managed by others.
reflection, critical incident analysis
define ‘reflection’ and how you’ll do it.
use critical incident analysis to reflect upon two experiences in your work placement.
produce an analysis with support from academic literature related to _________.
[team-working; communication; negotiation; problem solving; stress management; dealing with difficult customers; conflict resolution; event planning; project management; managing others; or being managed by others; etc.]
make recommendations for future practice?
Approximate word count for each situation?
Conclusion & Recommendations
Return to your Workplace Proposal: what was it that you had hoped for from your placement? Did you find it?
What have you
Approximate word count this section?
What would you recommend (for yourself next time you seek a work placement - i.e.,
Messner (2000, p. 766) “magnified moments”:
"episodes of heightened importance, either epiphanies, moments of intense glee or unusual insight, or moments in which things go intensely but meaningfully wrong. In either case, the moment stands out; it is metaphorically rich, unusually elaborate and often echoes [later]. "
Reflection and Critical Incident Analysis
what is it, why do it and how to?
"Reflection deepens learning and enhances practice. The act of reflecting is one which causes us to make sense of what we’ve learned, why we learned it, and how that particular
of learning took place. Equally it helps us to make sense of what we’ve done, how we did it, and how we may do it even better next time" (Race, 2007, p. 223)
Reflection is a process of deep-thinking through which we make sense of our experiences, and consequently, learn about ourselves and our practice. As such, reflection also becomes the means by which we might initiate and measure change (i.e., learning).
Critical Incident Analysis
"Critical incident analysis is often seen as a technique on its own that encourages reflective practice. A critical incident itself can be just an ordinary incident or one about which there is a special characteristic. In effect it is an incident that is selected for analysis with the expectation that learning from experience will result. The incident is described and then subjected to ‘why questions’ and other forms of deeper analysis in order to get at the unquestioned aspects of the event and in order to learn from them" (Moon, 2006, p. 155).
(remember to structure your essay!)
(remember to write with a good lede too!)
and use readings for support!