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ISSUES PERSPECTIVES KNOWLEDGE ACTIONS CONSEQUENCES THE  FIVE  STEPS  OF  REFLECTIVE  PRACTICE
USING THE FIVE STEPS OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE 1. ISSUES:  Identify issues, problems, dilemmas, and  opportunities. 2. PERSPE...
STEP ONE: Identify ISSUES Perceive problems & opportunities Focus on “acute” or  “ underlying” issues
STEP TWO: Recognize PERSPECTIVES 1. VALUES 2. FEELINGS 3. SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE OF SITUATION
STEP THREE: KNOWLEDGE 1. PERSONAL/PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 2. THEORY/RESEARCH 3. “WANT TO KNOW” ? 4. FACTS FROM THE CASE
STEP FOUR: ACTION 1. SHORT TERM 2. LONG TERM
STEP FIVE: CONSEQUENCES CONSIDER OUTCOMES OF ACTIONS
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  1. 1. ISSUES PERSPECTIVES KNOWLEDGE ACTIONS CONSEQUENCES THE FIVE STEPS OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE
  2. 2. USING THE FIVE STEPS OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE 1. ISSUES: Identify issues, problems, dilemmas, and opportunities. 2. PERSPECTIVES: Consider different perspectives or take into account the values underlying individuals’ actions. 3. KNOWLEDGE: Call up professional knowledge from academic preparation, educational theory, and practical experience. 4. ACTIONS: Apply knowledge and skills to make decisions. 5. CONSEQUENCES: Assess the consequences of decisions and outcomes of actions.
  3. 3. STEP ONE: Identify ISSUES Perceive problems & opportunities Focus on “acute” or “ underlying” issues
  4. 4. STEP TWO: Recognize PERSPECTIVES 1. VALUES 2. FEELINGS 3. SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE OF SITUATION
  5. 5. STEP THREE: KNOWLEDGE 1. PERSONAL/PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 2. THEORY/RESEARCH 3. “WANT TO KNOW” ? 4. FACTS FROM THE CASE
  6. 6. STEP FOUR: ACTION 1. SHORT TERM 2. LONG TERM
  7. 7. STEP FIVE: CONSEQUENCES CONSIDER OUTCOMES OF ACTIONS
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