1 Educational Management Training for C-III Officers Discussion on Reflective Writing 2068/11/18

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  • *Educational Management Training for C-III Officers

    Discussion on Reflective Writing2068/11/18

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  • *Reflective Writing (RW)RW: what ?RW: why ?RW: how ? (writing framework)Presentation ProcedureDigital story: a form of reporting or RW

  • Reflective writing is Writing which involves ' consideration of the larger context, the meaning, and the implications of an experience or action'

    Used to analyze and examine an event, memory, or observation. The writer reflects on the meaning and impact of the occasion.

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  • Reflective writing gives the writer insights and can lead to further learning. It is like rewinding your life to a past event and then thinking about how is affected your life, what you could have done differently to change the outcome, or what came out of the event.

    Reflection is a mental process. It is contemplation or a long consideration. Unlike a reflection in a mirror, it in as interpretation of what is going on between learning and thinking.

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  • *Reflective/ experiential Learning Cycle by David Kolb

  • *ConcreteExperienceReflective ObservationAbstract ConceptualizationActive ExperimentationAccommodativeDivergentAssimilativeConvergent

  • *Reflective WritingReflection

  • *Understanding the Concept of RWReflective writing is thus more personal than other kinds of academic writing.

    Reflection is an exploration and an explanation of events not just a description of them.

    RW is based on description and analysis of a learning experiences within the coursea past experiencea critical incident

  • *Conceptual Structure of Reflective Writing

    1. DescriptionWhat happened? What is being examined?2. InterpretationWhat is most important /interesting / useful /relevant about the object, event or idea?How can it be explained e.g. with theory? How is it similar to and different from others?3. OutcomeWhat have I learned from this?What does this mean for my future?

  • *Why RW? To consolidate the theoretical understanding

    To conceptualize the learning in the training situation against the realities of the work situations

    To develop analytical skills to critically assess the training program against the implicit/explicit learning goals

  • Writing FormatThe ContextChronological Presentation of the Learning FactsApplicabilityConclusionReform Action Plan*

  • The ContextNCED and the training context (NCED role, main focus of the training and major role of the writer) Objectives of the RW Coverage of the writing exercise

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  • Chronological Presentation of Learning FactsBrief account of the contents dealt

    Brief account of the methodologies adopted

    Summary of the learning points

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  • ApplicabilitySynthesis of key learning (points)

    Discussion on how the learning points are applied into the work context

    Potential issues while adopting the learning

    Strategies for overcoming the issues

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  • ConclusionOverall impression and feeling about the course process and outcome

    Recommendation for improvement in future

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  • *Reform Action Plan

    S.N.Reform actionProcessOutputResult Sharing avenue123

  • *Presentation ProcedureDo as individual assignment

    Submit the report at the end of the course.

    Follow the format:Computer typed, With well binding, Formatted: Times New Roman Font 14, Preeti Font 16 , 1" margin at all sides. 1.5 line spacingAPA formatTentative page limits: 25-30 pages.Language choice: English/ Nepali.

  • American Psychological Association (APA) Format for DocumentationText FormattingCitationReference*

  • Text Formatting

    Home - paragraph : General, Indentation, Spacing Home: FontInsert: Page numberLay out: margin, orientation, Reference: insert caption, tables, figures, table of contents, end note and foot note*

  • CitationDirect quotingParaphrasingAcknowledging

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  • ReferenceBooks (single author, two author, more than two authors)Journal and reportsMagazine, newspapersOnline materials

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  • Making a digital story reportUse your digital cameraCollect photos and video clips of interesting eventsGo to : programs - widows movie makerImport your photos and video clips from the folder where you have placed these

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  • Drag the photos and clips in proper sequence on to the story boardInsert text, animation and other effects as per the instructions givenFinally, share it in CD or save in your own computer for future useYour movie is ready.

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  • *Winding up

    Thank You Very Much for your cooperation