March 10 2021 Masoud Bahreini 1 PORTFOLIO March

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PORTFOLIO

PORTFOLIO

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What is a Portfolio? • “a collection of evidence which demonstrates the continuing acquisition

What is a Portfolio? • “a collection of evidence which demonstrates the continuing acquisition of skills, knowledge, attitudes, understanding and achievement. • It is both retrospective and prospective as well as reflecting the current stage of development and activity of the individual”. • (Brown 1992)

What should it look like?

What should it look like?

What should you put in it? Presentations Self-assessment questionnaires Teaching Research Committee Meetings Job

What should you put in it? Presentations Self-assessment questionnaires Teaching Research Committee Meetings Job Description Clinical Supervision In-Services Feedback CV Student Education Reflective Practice Critiques Journal Articles Course Certificates Additional Roles Mandatory Training

Portfolio Can include • • • Title Page Index (what it contains in each

Portfolio Can include • • • Title Page Index (what it contains in each section Up to date CV Current Job Description Achievements (Certificates/project work etc) Formal Learning – courses attended and your evaluation of their impact upon your practice Informal Learning – your reflective learning – learning from your experience at work In-service training – events you have attended, or organised, as well as teaching materials from in-services you have presented. Mandatory Training – CPR, IT security Teaching/Education – students, other staff etc.

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Reflective Practice • “Professional activity in which the practitioner thinks critically about their practice

Reflective Practice • “Professional activity in which the practitioner thinks critically about their practice and as a result may modify their action or behaviour and/or modify their learning needs” CSP 2005

Models used to guide reflective activity • What-so what-now what (Borton M) • Structured

Models used to guide reflective activity • What-so what-now what (Borton M) • Structured reflection (Johns model) March 10, 2021 Masoud Bahreini 17

1. • • • IDENTIFY THE INCIDENT Describe the experience What essential factors contributed

1. • • • IDENTIFY THE INCIDENT Describe the experience What essential factors contributed to this experience? What were the significant background factors to this experience? 2. • • REFLECTION What was I trying to achieve? Why did I act as I did? What were the consequences of my action for the client /family/those I work with /myself? How did I feel about this experience when it was occurring? How did the client feel about it? How did I know he/she felt about it? What factors influenced my decisions and action? What knowledge influenced my decisions and action? March 10, 2021 Masoud Bahreini 18

3. • • • ALTERNATIVE ACTION Could I have dealt differently with the situation?

3. • • • ALTERNATIVE ACTION Could I have dealt differently with the situation? What others choices of action did I have? What would be the consequences of these other choices of action? 4. • • • LEARNING How do I now feel about this experience? Could I have dealt better with the situation? What have I learned? March 10, 2021 Masoud Bahreini 19

We do PD every week and we are often regularly reflecting on our practice

We do PD every week and we are often regularly reflecting on our practice • So • Evidence it!

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