Choose 5 out of the 10 Practice Based Learning Record topics and, using Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle, critically reflect on your learning, both personally and professionally, using practice evidence to support. Please use a unique practice example per reflection.
Topics: Intersection between personal and professional Non-Discriminatory Practice Confidentiality/Data Protection/Whistleblowing Advocacy Team and Interdisciplinary Work Knowledge and Skills for Human Rights Based Approach Risks Versus Rights Professional Development Decision Making and Responsibility Client Centeredness
Personal reflection enables us to process and make meaning of all of the great (and not so great) learning and working experiences we’ve had. Everyone stands to gain from engaging in some type of reflection. We can also encourage others to grow through personal reflection. I’ll cover some of the benefits of personal reflection, as well as methods of reflecting that you can incorporate into your routine.