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Reflective Practice

Quiz by Monique Coombes

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  • Q1

    What is reflective practice? 

    Reviewing the things that you have done and removing the errors. 

    Reviewing the things that you have done, in order to find ways that you can improve. 

    Reviewing the things that you have done and finding the errors. 

    Thinking about your next steps and setting a goal for yourself. 

    30s
  • Q2

    Reflective practice is...

    Looking back at our own actions and analysing them honestly and critically.

    Reflecting on other authors' work and selecting components to add to our own. 

    Looking at others' actions and analysing them honestly and critically. 

    Giving our work to someone else to proofread and edit. 

    30s
  • Q3

    The four types of people who need to apply reflective practice include:

    Those who are seeking praise and recognition. 

    Those who are satisfied with producing mediocre work. 

    Those who are determined to achieve success. 

    Those who are seeking financial gain (promotion). 

    30s
  • Q4

    What is the main thing that prevents people from applying reflective practice?

    Lack of time management skills. 

    Lack of motivation.

    Lack of support. 

    Lack of academic rigour. 

    30s
  • Q5

    The aim of reflective practice is...

    to find a better way to do something. 

    for us to please our facilitator or boss.

    to keep our job or to pass a course. 

    for us to learn from our experiences in order to improve our future practice.

    30s
  • Q6

    Kolb's Learning Cycle (1984) includes: 

    peer-learning,  experiential learning, reflective practice and critical analysis. 

    situated learning, critical thinking, reflective observation, feedback integration

    concrete learning, reflective observation, abstract conceptualisation and active experimentation

    meta-cognition, reflection, critical analysis and active experimentation

    30s
  • Q7

    Neil Thompson, in his book People Skills, suggests that there are six steps when developing and using reflective practice. These are: 

    Read, Ask, Watch, Feel, Talk, Think 

    Watch, Review, Analyse, Feel, Talk, Think

    Reflect, Discuss, Feel, Watch, Learn, Apply

    Read, Listen, Watch, Sense, Wait, Think

    30s

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