Anne Elliot proves that the individual is in charge of its own happiness, that all other factors are obsolete, through her friendships, her firm stance in morality, and her triumph of self-doubt. That is what must be taken from the novel: the power of persuasion lies in those who choose to ignore its
I adopted the ideas of Egan (2002)which contain three stages .The first stage involves being a skilled helper and focus on the client’s problem to build a therapeutic relationship, help mother to tell her story freely and helps the client to investigate their issues and concerns (Nelson 2007). It could be troublesome for the client to recount the story openly as clients have an inclination to be on edge and startled when reaching others shockingly. When I attend my client for the first time, she refused to talk so I respect the client’s wishes. Moreover, it gives challenge to know and clarify the reason behind that attitude. In addition, respecting the clients ' wishes to talk and explore is the important aspect.
In the following paragraphs, the grand theory of Jean Watson will be explored for its usefulness in practice. We will explore how the theory is congruent with current nursing standards and nursing interventions. Next, we will study if her theory has been tested empirically, if it is supported by research and if it is accurate. We will explore if there is evidence that her theory has been used by nursing educators, researchers, and nursing administrators. Then we will study how her theory is relevant socially and cross-culturally.
He has written many books, including the unschooled mind; how children think and how schools should teach (1991), The Disciplined Mind: Beyond facts and standardized tests (1999). Will we continue to be measured by “IQ”, or will Gardner’s ideas takeover current systems of intelligence testing, such as
Imogene King created a systems approach to help the nurse-patient relationship and further created the goal attainment theory. Kings Conceptual System The systems theory is an interactive system that helps further the nurse-patient relationship. This approach is based on three systems. Included in the three systems is individual, interpersonal and social (“Goal
Carol Dweck studied the students with a growth mindset to watch the strategies they used. They were hungry for challenge. She was really surprised when some students got excited at the sight of another challenge. When Carol Dweck asked the students with a growth mindset how they would react if they found out they got a C+ on an exam; they said they would have to work harder in class, change my study techniques, etc. In a growth mindset coping with failures, is studying harder, paying the ticket, and calling their friend and telling them they were upset the day before.
Section 2.0 of this log will discuss five major takeaway from this module and learning expectation set by the lecturer. Section 3.0 will conclude the reflection log. 2.0 Key Learning Each log (See Appendix) provides a unique learning opportunity to enhance my professional skill. The five key learning
Anne began working with Helen and despite all the difficulties that she faced when attempting to teach her, she overcame her challenges and taught Helen how to interact with others in the world. Due to the great perseverance of Anne Sullivan when teaching Helen, and her focus on educating her, Helen Keller eventually accomplished great achievements despite her handicap. Annie’s role in Helen’s life, depicted in the play, teaches readers that despite difficult problems that can make one’s life more complex, one is able to persevere and overcome their challenges in order to accomplish success. Throughout the play The Miracle Worker, Anne Sullivan displays the ability to persevere through difficult situations. Early on in her life, Anne faced challenges as her family was among many Irish immigrants to America during the Great Famine of Ireland.
King’s Conceptual System Theory Imogene King was a nursing theorist that had a theory that is known as King’s Conceptual Theory or Theory of Goal Attainment. This theory helps a nurse set goals with a patient to ensure they become healthy. It is necessary to set health goals with this patient and to take steps to achieve these goals. Imogene King 's Theory of Goal Attainment was first introduced in the 1960s. The basic concept of the theory is that the nurse and patient communicate information, set goals together, and then take actions to achieve those goals.
INTRODUCTION A proverb says, “the most valuable skill or talent that you could ever develop is that of directing your thoughts towards what you want.” Howard Gardner, who is a professor, released a document that outline his theory of multiple intelligences where he strongly believed that everyone has different intelligences. His theory of multiple intelligences challenges the idea of a single IQ, where human beings have one central computer where intelligence cannot be changed, and can only be measured by a psychologist. At first, Howard Gardner listed only seven intelligences which is verbal, mathematical, musical, bodily kinesthetic, spatial, interpersonal and intrapersonal. However, he later added the eight skills which is naturalist intelligence. Howard Gardner stated that people are more attuned to certain intelligence than others.