Rewritten Blog post of: Why do I need to become a Reflective Practitioner?

  • The Original Blog Post:

Why do I need to become a Reflective Practitioner?

Another driving question of the week.

Thinking reflectively is more than just thinking about something, it’s not a 1+1=2 thinking. It is a process of identifying issues, questioning opinions whether they will be yours or others, synthesising information and applying learning.

If we become a Reflective practitioner, we are able to change and become a better person, and able to fix your mistakes.

The process of reflective thinking:

  • self-awareness
  • critical analysis
  • synthesis
  • evaluation

Applying these system inside your thinking, overtime you can identify some changes in your thinking and growth in your learning and understanding its impact on future.

Let’s talk about, how do we become a reflective practitioner

first you need to know your strengths and weaknesses, this way you are able to strengthen your weaknesses and also use your strengths as an advantage. Face difficult questions, facing difficult questions can help your thinking and near future, so next time you face a difficult question you are able to solve it quicker by thinking reflectively. You also have to be open to change, you always have to be ready to change yourself into thinking differently in order to become a better person, and see in a way to benefit your future. And recognise how your experiences are supported by the literature. Recognising your experiences are very important, it is good to apply your past experiences to your future as you can have a broader thinking and more ideas towards it.

I also think that by becoming a reflective practitioner, you are able to adapt to change fast and fix mistakes that’s been done before. You will become more intelligent and become more wiser.

Concluding the question

Overall, becoming a reflective practitioner is very beneficial to this changing world, as the world changed, we also need to change. Because humans are socialists. If everyone decides to change, you need to change also, so that we can work together to create better ideas in the future.

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Rewritten Version of the Blog Post:

Why do I need to become a Reflective Practitioner?

Hey guys! Welcome to my Second Blog post about the driving questions of the week. This week will be about, becoming a Reflective Practitioner.

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Thinking reflectively is more than just thinking, it’s not a ‘1+1=2’ thinking. It is a process of identifying issues. Thinking reflectively also includes, questioning opinions whether they will be yours or others, synthesising information and applying learning.

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If we become a Reflective practitioner we are able to change and become a better person by fixing our mistakes and also thinking in other people’s shoe.

The process of reflective thinking:

  • self-awareness
  • critical analysis
  • synthesis
  • evaluation

ACU Core Materials Module 4(https://leo.acu.edu.au/mod/book/view.php?id=1369525)

Applying these system inside your head will help you overtime. You will be able to identify some changes in your thinking and growth in your learning and understanding it’s impact on future.

Let’s talk about, ‘how do we become a reflective practitioner?’

  • First you need to know your strengths and weaknesses, this way you are able to strengthen your weaknesses, and also use your strengths as an advantage.
  • Face difficult questions. Facing difficult questions can help your thinking and near future, so next time you face a difficult question you are able to solve it quicker by thinking reflectively.
  • You also have to be open to change. You always have to be ready to change yourself into thinking differently in order to become a better person, and see in a way to benefit your future.
  • Recognition of how your experiences are supported by the literature. Recognising your experiences are very important, it is good to apply your past experiences to your future as you can have a broader thinking and more ideas towards it.
  • I also think that by becoming a reflective practitioner, you are able to adapt to change fast and fix mistakes that’s been done before. You will become more intelligent and become more wiser.

Concluding the question

Overall, becoming a reflective practitioner is very beneficial to this changing world, as the world changed, we also need to change. Because humans are socialists. If everyone decides to change, you need to change also, so that we can work together to create better ideas in the future.

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