Reflective Writing

Author: Kate Williams,Mary Woolliams,Jane Spiro

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 0230377246

Category: Education

Page: 136

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Reflective Writing provides concise and practical guidance on how students can improve their MA26 writing through self-reflective thinking, reading and writing. Covering a range of frameworks and strategies, it includes advice on applying reflective practices to personal and CV development.

Reflective Writing

Author: Katja Assenmacher

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 3640954882


Page: 32

View: 6233


Essay from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 1,7, Anglia Ruskin University, language: English, abstract: At the beginning of the course when I first heard about the group work that we would be doing I was excited because I worked in teams before and enjoy working with others. However, I was uncertain how well we would be able to perform as a team because the semester is so short and there was little time to work on building a great team that works effectively.

English and Reflective Writing Skills in Medicine

A Guide for Medical Students and Doctors

Author: Clive Handler,Charlotte Handler,Deborah Gill

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1315346389

Category: Medical

Page: 176

View: 808


Reflective writing is an established and integral part of undergraduate medical curricula, and also features in postgraduate medical education and revalidation. This book guides and teaches medical students - and all medical and paramedical staff - through the process of writing reflective essays and less formal reflective pieces clearly, concisely, and accurately. Sections on English writing skills, alongside anonymised successful and unsuccessful examples of reflected essays, explore both the principles and practice of effective writing. This clear, practical book is a valuable resource for medical undergraduates and postgraduates, whether English be their first or an additional language.

A Handbook of Reflective and Experiential Learning

Theory and Practice

Author: Jennifer A. Moon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134310919

Category: Education

Page: 264

View: 8358


Reflective and experiential learning are now common currency in education and training and are recognized as important tools. This handbook acts as an essential guide to understanding and using these techniques in educational and training contexts.

From Sentences to Essays: A Guide to Reflective Writing through Reflective Thinking

Student's Edition

Author: Mara Cogni

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 1622736850

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 202

View: 5021


There is hardly any doubt that reading and writing are related activities, and that both rely on creating meaning. When we read, as well as when we write, we find ourselves in the process of becoming. We change our knowledge and understanding along the way. However, writing is a daunting activity not only for language learners but for anyone who wants to communicate their thoughts and ideas persuasively and accurately. When students engage in speaking activities, they are often able to communicate extraordinarily interesting ideas with few problems. Yet, when asked to form these ideas into coherent texts, they seem helpless. From basic sentence structure to writing persuasively, this book aims to help students tackle the various challenges and difficulties they face when writing. Divided into three accessible sections, Cogni presents a comprehensive and reflective approach to writing that combines grammar, vocabulary, and literature into a simultaneous and coherent whole. Cogni acknowledges that today more than ever learning a language needs to be perceived as a deeply meaningful process, and this book seeks to make that possible.

Reflective Writing in Medical Practice

A Linguistic Perspective

Author: Miriam A. Locher

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 1783098252

Category: Medical

Page: 219

View: 5170


This book reports the results of a linguistic analysis of reflective written texts, produced during medical education or practice. It explores the topics and communication skills the authors write about, how the narratives develop, how these texts are shaped, what genres influence their composition, how relational work surfaces in them and how the writers linguistically create their identities as experts or novices. It is clear that both experienced and trainee medics grapple with the place of emotions in their communicative acts, and with the idea of what it means to be a doctor. The book makes a valuable contribution to genre analysis, interpersonal pragmatics and the study of linguistic identity construction, and will be essential reading for those involved in teaching doctor–patient communication skills.

Journal Keeping

How to Use Reflective Writing for Effective Learning, Teaching, Professional Insight, and Positive Change

Author: Dannelle D. Stevens,Joanne E. Cooper

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC.

ISBN: 1579222161

Category: Education

Page: 266

View: 6010


This book is written by the authors of the acclaimed ""Introduction to Rubrics"". It has sold over 3,000 in 12 months. There is a major growth of interest in keeping journals or diaries for personal reflection and growth; and as a teaching tool. It will appeal to college faculty, administrators and teachers. One of the most powerful ways to learn, reflect and make sense of our lives is through journal keeping. This book presents the potential uses and benefits of journals for personal and professional development - particularly for those in academic life; and demonstrates journals' potential to foster college students' learning, fluency and voice, and creative thinking. In professional life, a journal helps to organize, prioritize and address the many expectations of a faculty member's or administrator's roles. Journals are effective for developing time management skills, building problem-solving skills, fostering insight, and decreasing stress. Both writing and rereading journal entries allow the journal keeper to document thinking; to track changes and review observations; and to examine assumptions and so gain fresh perspectives and insights over past events. The authors present the background to help readers make an informed decision about the value of journals and to determine whether journals will fit appropriately with their teaching objectives or help manage their personal and professional lives. They offer insights and advice on selecting the format or formats and techniques most appropriate for the reader's purposes.

Reflective Writing in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Author: Jeannie Wright,Gillie Bolton

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0857023284

Category: Psychology

Page: 224

View: 9598


Have you been asked to keep a personal development portfolio or reflective journal? Are you struggling to know where to start, how to write or what to include? If the answer is ‘yes’, Reflective Writing in Counselling and Phychotherapy will provide you with a straightforward route in, telling you all you need to know about writing reflectively for your own personal and professional development. Offering staged exercises, case-studies, examples and ideas for self-directed learning, this book will lead the reader along an exciting journey of written self-awareness.

Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing

A Handbook of Writing in Education

Author: Gert Rijlaarsdam,Huub Bergh,Michel Couzijn

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402027246

Category: Education

Page: 669

View: 458


Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing is a handbook on research on the effective teaching and learning of writing. It is a reference for researchers and educators in the domain of written composition in education. Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing covers all age ranges and school settings and it deals with various aspects of writing and text types. Research methodology varies from experimental studies to reflective classroom practitioners’ research. This new volume in the series Studies in Writing brings together researchers from all kinds of disciplines involved in writing research and countries in their endeavour to improve the teaching of written composition. It is the result of co-operation of researchers all over the world and shows that in spite of the differences in educational regions over the world, research in writing shares similar problems, and tries to find answers, and generate new questions. The body of knowledge in this volume will inspire researchers and teachers to improve research and practice.