Stages of Reflection Human Development

High school
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Reflection is a state of mind or process of deep thinking, analyzing our surrounding situation and linking it with our own personal state for the purpose of judgment, and how it affects personal professional teaching practices. It helps in finding our true inner self and solutions to the problems we face in everyday events and issues.


The next level is analysis, exploration and reason, which requires us to make a detailed analysis of our surroundings. The use of pedagogical terms is needed to describe the teaching situation along with clear examples to create a through understanding. The next level, connections to other effective teaching practices, basically consists of relating the used strategies of teaching to other teaching strategies that we are or might be studying. The point is to link the two sides and identify similarities and compare. The fourth level, evaluation, requires us to make detailed judgments about the teaching situation in terms of attitudes, behaviors, response and outcomes. To support these judgments, clear examples are needed. Recommendation is the next level, in which the requirement is to provide an alternative strategy which would be suitable for the situation and would result in improvement. The final level is personal meaning and professional growth. At this level, we need to describe how the teaching situation affected us and how it inspired us in our own ways. Later on, as we progress, these teaching situations would lead us to come up with our own 'teaching philosophy', suitable for us.
Reflection helps us learn from our experiences. In our lives, everyday, we experience numerous events, both pleasant and unpleasant. ...
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