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26 October 2013 Reflective Practice & Professional Autonomy
Reflective Practice Challenges Puts you in control of the way things are any changes that should done be made Empowers you Results in a more satisfying job experience Helps you see Lets you take things from responsibility another’s point of for your view actions
Leading to autonomous thinking We determine “how to work” rather than Its not about having “what to do” independence in making decisions, We understand what is right and wrong about our practice… and then making decisions for the benefit of improving your practice!
Becoming a reflective practitioner with professional autonomy Unconscious incompetence Conscious competence Unconscious competence 1 Unconscious competence 2 or Unconscious incompetence? • You get a lift from a friend. Driving looks easy. You do not know what the fuss is all about. Lessons are a waste of money really. • As you take your first driving lessons you discover driving is more difficult that you thought. You recognise you are an incompetent driver. You have to think hard when making decisions on the road. • You pass your test and know you have met the required standards for driving. You begin unsupurvised driving, enjoy giving friends and family lifts and take pride in driving safely and well. • You drive safely and well and are relaxed when you arrive at your destination. You no longer think about your driving technique and you take your skill for granted. • You arrive at your destination having travelled around three roundabouts and two zebra crossing BUT you cannot remember a think about the journey. Did you go through a red light? Did you go too fast down that 80 Kph road?