1st person with active voice, outcome vocabulary

1st person with active voice, outcome vocabulary
Description: What is the stimulant for reflection? (in” rel=”nofollow”>incident, event, theoretical idea) What are you goin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to reflect on?
– group task to conduct a study on pain” rel=”nofollow”>in as a motivator towards food preference
– gather enough data to write a lab report
– work together to gather participants from our social group and conduct the study
– specific roles and responsibilities decided for each team member through a volunteer process
– focus is on reflectin” rel=”nofollow”>ing on how we worked as a team to achieve the end result

Feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ings: What were your reactions and feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ings?
in” rel=”nofollow”>initial feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ings is that the group worked well together on a whole
– Every opin” rel=”nofollow”>inion was considered and ideas concluded together
– Some group members more unreliable than others (one kept missin” rel=”nofollow”>ing sessions to look after a dog) which was frustratin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to the rest of the team
– Enjoyed workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with other group members, made some lastin” rel=”nofollow”>ing friendships
– Honest opin” rel=”nofollow”>inions were given on those slightly more unreliable, however it didn’t effect team morale or drive to succeed
– There was no element of selfishness and all ideas and thoughts were shared between one another, truly a team effort

Evaluation: What was good and bad about the experience? Make value judgements.
– important to gain” rel=”nofollow”>in in” rel=”nofollow”>invaluable experience conductin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a scientific lab study. Also, to help not only myself but the rest of the group, good grades and a good degree
in” rel=”nofollow”>interestin” rel=”nofollow”>ing as It’s somethin” rel=”nofollow”>ing I’ve not done before and in” rel=”nofollow”>involved active participation rather than sittin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and typin” rel=”nofollow”>ing at a computer, which most university assignments are
– useful as skills gain” rel=”nofollow”>ined can also be used in” rel=”nofollow”>in a workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing environment, personal development makes me more employable and skilful
– relevant to my degree and course

Analysis: What sense can you make of the situation? Brin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>in ideas from outside the experience to help you. What was really goin” rel=”nofollow”>ing on?
– my role: team worker e.g. stayed away from confrontation and focused on workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing together to achieve an end result
– JN: co-ordin” rel=”nofollow”>inator – often came across as bossy and a little in” rel=”nofollow”>intrusive (leader)
– MT: specialist – often absent and was in” rel=”nofollow”>instigator of conflict between the group
– KF: shaper – proactive and dynamic
– MU: implementer
– KS: monitor evaluator
– Main” rel=”nofollow”>in channel of communication was a Facebook group chat, this was where any decision makin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and plannin” rel=”nofollow”>ing took place, with JN leadin” rel=”nofollow”>ing most of the process. This was effective as it gave structure
to the plannin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with a clear leader
– Conflicts arose where there were disagreements about people takin” rel=”nofollow”>ing ownership of their roles
– Such conflicts were resolved by those in” rel=”nofollow”>involved explain” rel=”nofollow”>inin” rel=”nofollow”>ing their feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ings and agreein” rel=”nofollow”>ing to take more ownership
– I did not get in” rel=”nofollow”>involved in” rel=”nofollow”>in said conflicts and let them resolve between themselves
– In future, I could act as a mediator or neutral person to help dissolve the situation quicker and more effectively

Conclusions (general): What can be concluded, in” rel=”nofollow”>in a general sense, from these experiences and the analyses you have undertaken?
– improved soft skills such as communication, team work, in” rel=”nofollow”>interpersonal, problem solvin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and conflict resolution which is good personal development and can be useful in” rel=”nofollow”>in a workplace
– enjoyed workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and makin” rel=”nofollow”>ing lastin” rel=”nofollow”>ing relationships with other team members
– better communication and understandin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of in” rel=”nofollow”>individual’s roles could have helped the groups functionin” rel=”nofollow”>ing
– weekly reflection and more face-to-face meets could have also helped the communication and thus the functionin” rel=”nofollow”>ing

Conclusions (specific): What can be concluded about your own specific, unique, personal situation or ways of workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing?
– I am quite opin” rel=”nofollow”>inionated normally, which did not come across in” rel=”nofollow”>in the group task as I may have been over shadowed by some
– lack of confidence in” rel=”nofollow”>in the task in” rel=”nofollow”>in hand may also have hin” rel=”nofollow”>indered this also
– a more in” rel=”nofollow”>in depth knowledge and understandin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of the complete process may have allowed me to take a more leadership approach and ensure everyone’s voice is heard
– better on-goin” rel=”nofollow”>ing reflection and discussion throughout the task may have avoided conflict

Personal Action plan: What are you goin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to do differently in” rel=”nofollow”>in this type of situation next time? What steps are you goin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to take on the basis of what you have learnt?
– commitment: demonstrate my commitment by ensurin” rel=”nofollow”>ing I am fully confident in” rel=”nofollow”>in the task in” rel=”nofollow”>in hand, which will allow me to be more vocal and contribute to a high standard
– perseverance: consider the potential problems and how to overcome these,
– prioritise: ensure efficiency and effectiveness by prioritisin” rel=”nofollow”>ing urgent tasks
– write down plan/list and tick off: have a visual aid in” rel=”nofollow”>in order to see what tasks need attention and focus. Create contin” rel=”nofollow”>ingencies as backups
– goals: set clear and defin” rel=”nofollow”>ined goals which are realistic and achievable, also write these down and put these up as a remin” rel=”nofollow”>inder and motivation
– review: regularly revise plans as situations can change, adapt and implement contin” rel=”nofollow”>ingency plans

Markin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Criteria: Reflective log

Markin” rel=”nofollow”>ing criteria: To what extent and how well has the student met the descriptors below. Fail Third 2.2 2.1 First
Criteria <40 40-49 50-59 60-69 70+
Description
a. What happened? – describe the experience you are reflectin” rel=”nofollow”>ing upon.
b. What is bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing examin” rel=”nofollow”>ined? – describe what aspect of it you are focusin” rel=”nofollow”>ing on.
Interpretation
Identify and describe what is most:
a. important about the experience
b. in” rel=”nofollow”>interestin” rel=”nofollow”>ing about the experience
c. useful about the experience
d. relevant about the experience
Outcome
a. What have you learned from this experience?
b. What does this mean for your future?
Writin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Style
a. Clear structured and grammatically correct prose
b. Written in” rel=”nofollow”>in first person with use of active voice

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