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Session 17 slides

  1. 1. Reflecting on PracticeSession 17
  2. 2. Overview• Review of course content and activity• Reflecting on Practice breakouts• Cue questions• Approaches to reflection:– SWOT– Johari window– Kolb– Critical lenses
  3. 3. Reflective Practitioners• How well did it go?• Why did I do it that way?• Am I making any assumptions?• Could I do it better?
  4. 4. Final Assignment
  5. 5. 800-1000 wordsContent Information CommentsPass/RemediationReflection on work with supported adultReflection on learning gained over this and other coursesReflection on how this will affect future practiceReflection on implications for CPDReflection on implication for organisationHow any changes will be implementedFits with candidate’s work/input over courseWord count is appropriate
  6. 6. Approach 1• SWOT Analysis– Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats• Using this approach, reflect on your work withyour learner. Identify at least one example foreach heading, and discuss how this mayinfluence your future practice.
  7. 7. Approach 2• Johari window• Originated as a group work tool, helping toimprove self-awareness and mutualunderstanding• Can be adapted as a tool for individualreflection
  8. 8. Where am I now?Knowledge of dyslexiaExperience of working with dyslexic adultsConfidenceResourcesSources of helpFor individual and organisationWhat do others say about my work?How do you/your organisation help dyslexicadults?RetentionFeedback from othersFeedback from learner (how do you know?)Where do I want to be?What needs to change?What would make you feel more confident?What would be the ideal situation forsupporting adults with dyslexia by you/yourorganisation?How am I going to get there?How are you going to make this happen foryou or the dyslexic adults you aresupporting?What resources do you need?What changes does your organisation needto make?
  9. 9. Johari window• Where am I now?• Reflect on the learning gained over this, andother courses. What has influenced yourpractice? How have you changed anddeveloped your practice? How confident areyou feeling, and why?
  10. 10. Approach 3• Kolb – Experiential learningActionReflectionAbstractionExperimentation
  11. 11. ActionReflectionAbstractionExperimentation
  12. 12. Experiential Learning• Using the learning cycle, reflect on aspects ofyour work with your learner that went welland/or that did not go so well.• Theorise about why this happened• Plan how you may make changes to yourfuture practice
  13. 13. Approach 4• Critical Lenses• Consider your practice through 4 lenses:Your ownYourcolleaguesYourlearnersTheoreticalliterature
  14. 14. Critical lenses – your learner• Reflect on your practice from the point of viewof your learner.• What feedback might they give you?• What further CPD might be helpful for you inresponse to this?
  15. 15. Due: 29th May 2013Content Information CommentsPass/RemediationReflection on work with supported adultReflection on learning gained over this and other coursesReflection on how this will affect future practiceReflection on implications for CPDReflection on implication for organisationHow any changes will be implementedFits with candidate’s work/input over courseWord count is appropriate
  16. 16. Feedback for BRITE• Identify the 3 most helpful aspects of thecourse• Is there anything that you would want to havemore of?• What needs to be developed or improved?• Would you recommend the course?
  17. 17. Keep in touch• BRITE Blog• Twitter• eNews• Webinar programme• ICT and Inclusion – Glasgow andEdinburgh, 18th & 19th June

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