Organization of Medicine Higher Education Students from India Reflective Practice

Abstract
Background: Modern conditions demand the development of a critically thinking individual who is ready for productive interaction with the world around him, knows how to objectively evaluate his achievements in the learning process, interprets successes and difficulties, analyzes new qualities in himself, and is capable of self-improvement and self-development. Objectives: The article aims to substantiate the principles of future doctors’ reflective practice organization for forming their professional readiness. Methods: The method of reflective abilities estimation was based on the teacher's assessment and students' educational and cognitive activity self-assessment. The following structural components were determined: awareness of the compliance of the learning result with the initial goal, self-analysis and self-assessment of one's activity and activity within the educational group. Each component was evaluated on a five-point scale. During classes with 53 students of experimental groups, the teachers used the reflexive polylogue method. Conclusions: High reflective skills development in higher education students is the key to productive learning. The reflective person can evaluate the methods and results of the learning and analyze the received information and the level of its understanding and correlates with success.Self-awareness allows for establishing shifts, progress in educational activities, understanding the development of personal thinking, etc. Reflection plays an important role in the educational activities of medicine higher education students.
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Gancho Olga, Fedorchenko Vera, Zvyagolska Iryna, Kovalenko Ninel, Bobrova Nellia. Organization of Medicine Higher Education Students from India Reflective Practice. SPECIALUSIS UGDYMAS / SPECIAL EDUCATION. 2023. Vol. 1 (44). P. 658–665.
Keywords
Reflection, organization of reflective practice, professional training of future doctors, reflective exercises
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