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Health Promotion Module , NAPIER UNIVERSITY ,
Pages 15 (3765 words)
Port Folio Submitted by: Teacher’s Name: Date of Submission: TASK 1- Atkins & Murphy article Reflection /reflective practice Reflection is a kind of learning process in which individuals set their minds to do various tasks by deep analysis. In this process people recall their experience, acts, reactions, feelings and observe how they acted during a particular situation and learn to improve themselves for the next similar situation.
One has to describe the whole situation openly so the situation is cleared to everyone. Then it has to be analyzed that what happened was done in correct manner and finally it is evaluated that whether it could have been done in a better manner. All three critical thought processes of reflection ensure better learning from an individual’s past experience (Larrivee, 2000, pp. 293--307). Difference between reflection in action and reflection on action Reflection in action is the process of thinking before the task has been done. All the consequences are kept in mind before taking first step of task. Reflection on action is opposite to reflection in action because here a person thinks about the act that has been done and he learns from his experience. In this kind of reflection people feel the situation more realistically and can express feeling more effectively (Keyte and Harris et al., 2012, pp. 155--160). ...
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