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    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Managing Your Career: Using reflection for professional development Managing Yourself, Managing Others, Managing Your Career London 29 May 2014 Jan Shine Paullus Consultancy AUA CPD Consultant
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Objectives of the session At the end of the session participants will: • have greater understanding of reflection for personal and professional development and its benefits • have considered a model of reflection and ways to incorporate reflection into their everyday professional practice • have practised using some relevant tools
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Your thoughts Discuss in groups: What is meant by ‘reflection’ in this context? What are the benefits of using reflection to enhance professional practice?
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education What is reflection? Biggs, 1999 Resilience, resourcefulness and reflection are the three key conditions for lifelong learning Claxton, 1999 Systematic, critical and creative thinking about action with the intention of understanding its roots and processes Fish and Twinn, 1997 Thoughtful deliberation Tickle, 1994 Learning from experience Spalding, 1998
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Reflection .... …. is a purposeful thought activity that
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Exercise Reflect on the workshop you attended before this one. Using the development event reflection form note:  key ideas  specific insights  questions raised  implications for professional practice
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Different types of reflection Reflection in action Thinking about what you are doing whilst you are doing it •Stimulated by the unexpected in the moment •‘Thinking on your feet’ •Redesign what you are doing whilst you are doing it Reflection on action Thinking about what you did after the event •Retrospective contemplation •Clarifying the meanings of experiences •Redesign what you do in the future Reflection before action Planning what you are going to do before the event
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education during Doing after Reflecting Reflection cycle before Planning Goal setting Captions/journals Metacognition: change over time
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education The three stages of reflection on actio
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education What to reflect on Meaningful positive or negative experiences, for example: •An event that highlighted the value of particular skills, knowledge and/or behaviour •An event that had unexpected outcomes •An event that went particularly well •An event that frustrated you •An event where you wanted to improve your knowledge •An event that made you happy, sad, distressed or created a moral dilemma Focus on positives and negatives in every reflection
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Tools to guide and capture your reflections
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Gibbs model of reflection
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Think of an experience that led to significant personal and professional development. Using the Gibbs model of reflection, briefly describe this experience to your partner Your experiences
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Tips for effective reflection ……
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Putting it into practice! Personal reflection time: What has been the value of this workshop for you? new learning ideas that resonated questions next steps .... note your thoughts on the reflection sheet
    • www.aua.ac.uk inspiring professional higher education Thank you for your contribution to this session www.paullusconsultancy.com