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A reflection on an ethical dilemma: A student writing example

An anonymised example of a learner's reflective writing about negotiating an ethical dilemma. Could be used, for example, to inform discussion in a supervision session with a learner, or as an exemplar for a learner unused to reflective writing. Shared by the student's practice teacher, Moira Dunworth, with the student's permission.

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Ethics, Ethical Dilemmas, Reflective Journal, Learning Log, Reflective Diary, Reflective Log
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Word document Reflection on ethical dilemma.doc

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