There are three main types of reflection:
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Reflective practice helps you to improve and develop. It involves deliberately analysing your experiences and actions.
Self-distancing may be beneficial to help in the reflection process.
There are different approaches to reflective practice. One way to engage in reflective practice is to ask guiding questions. In the context of a recent event, ask yourself:
You can also engage in reflective practice through reflective writing, which can take various forms.
Once you've done this, create an environment conducive to reflective practice while keeping in mind that different people will benefit from different approaches. For example, some people may benefit from having someone helping them through each stage of the reflection cycle, while others may do it independently.
The most notable benefits are:
Two concepts that are considered in relation to reflective practice are:
The reflective cycle is a process that guides reflective practice through the following steps:
A shared reflective activity can take various forms, such as discussing your experiences with other people or having someone with expertise ask you guiding questions to help you reflect.
A shared reflective practice can be beneficial as a group might help to identify more issues that individuals would fail to notice. But the process can also be more stressful for shy people.
Reflective learning involves actively monitoring and assessing your knowledge, abilities, and performance during the learning process, in order to improve the process and its associated outcomes.
Being reflective in your learning means thinking about what you’re learning and how you’re learning it, in a way that helps you understand yourself and your learning better.
... is a faulty assumption that becomes the basis of an argument and makes it logically unsound. For example, all birds can fly. Penguins can't fly. Therefore, penguins aren't birds. The premise that all birds can fly is false since some birds can't fly.
A false premise underpins many logical fallacies, making it essential to understand them.
Chutzpah is the willingness to take risks in a shameless and self-assured manner that could be seen as disrespectful or rude - for example, an entrepreneur calling a CEO of a large company directly, despite no invitation.
Chutzpah can be valuable in some cases if you know how to take advantage of it.
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