How do you reflect on a situation?

How do you reflect on a situation?

Limit it to one specific situation.

  1. Reflect on your experience. Think about what you did, thought, and felt at the time. •
  2. Reflect on your learning. Analyze your experience and compare to the models or principles that you want to follow. •
  3. Apply to your practice. Apply your learning to your practice.

Why is reflecting on work activities is an important way to develop your own knowledge and skills?

Reflecting helps you to develop your skills and review their effectiveness, rather than just carry on doing things as you have always done them. It is about questioning, in a positive way, what you do and why you do it and then deciding whether there is a better, or more efficient, way of doing it in the future.

How does reflecting on a situation improve your own knowledge skills and understanding?

Reflective practice has huge benefits in increasing self-awareness, which is a key component of emotional intelligence, and in developing a better understanding of others. Reflective practice can also help you to develop creative thinking skills, and encourages active engagement in work processes.

What does reflecting on a situation means?

verb. If something reflects an attitude or situation, it shows that the attitude or situation exists or it shows what it is like.

What does reflecting on actions mean?

“Reflection on action is the retrospective contemplation of practice in order to uncover the knowledge used in a particular situation, by analysing and interpreting the information recalled.

What is the process of reflecting?

Reflection is a cyclical process: do, analyse, adapt and repeat. The reflections you make will directly affect the next lesson or block of teaching as you plan to rework and reteach ideas. Ask yourself: What did not work?

Why is important to reflect on how you do your work in care?

Reflection supports individuals to continually improve the way they work or the quality of care they give to people. It is a familiar, continuous and routine part of the work of health and care professionals.

How has reflective practice improved your ways of working?

Reflective practice leads to improved ways of working. Reflection and looking at one’s own actions, thoughts, and emotions give us a better understanding of what we are doing and help to prevent over-dependence on the past. Reflective practice also allows learners to be more aware of their strengths and weaknesses.

How can reflective practice help you in your role?

It allows you to recognize your own strengths and weakness, and use this to guide on-going learning. By reflection you will develop your skills in self-directed learning, improve motivation, and improve the quality of care you are able to provide.