Driscoll’s Model

Why Driscoll’s Model is a Great Reflective Model

Why Driscoll’s Model is a Great Reflective Model

Introduction A model of reflection is a method for guiding personal and situational examination and improvement through a systematic process. The notion of reflection stresses self-awareness of one's knowledge, prior experiences, and views. Individuals gain from models of reflection because they help them understand their thinking and learning methods. Furthermore, reflective thinking enables people to connect new information to existing knowledge, analyze both abstract and conceptual concepts, and apply specific techniques to new problems. Individuals must choose which framework supports their job and will best aid their learning experiences from several reflection models. What is Driscoll’s Model of Reflection? The…
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What is Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle and How is it Different from that of Driscoll’s Model?

What is Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle and How is it Different from that of Driscoll’s Model?

Introduction Reflection is an essential yet mysterious skill that all Occupational Therapists need to dominate. Part of completing a reflection is an inner feeling of discomfort so it is no surprise because many people try to get by without it. To start with, reflecting on your activities is something that needs conscious determination after the event but eventually, it will become an automatic thought process even when you are in the middle of experiencing the event.  If you are not used to being reflective it can be challenging to know where to begin the procedure. Luckily, there are several models…
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