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FIVE STEP REASONING PROCESS 2
Five-Step Reasoning Process
The five-step reasoning process undoubtedly guided in selecting the policy issue and the
drafting of the letter. It will also be an integral part of the professional role's reasoning as a
special education leader.
Intuition
The first step of the reasoning process advocated for is intuition. As a special education
leader, it is important first to trust my intuition or the hunch about an issue. However, this is only
possible if there is a clear understanding of the community and its needs. This is because if the
community does not support the policy, it will not work or pass. This step guided me in selecting
the policy issue by asking myself numerous questions, including the goals and the objectives that
the policy seeks to accomplish. The goals of having twice-exceptional students receive equal
education and interventions to maximize their abilities were part of the answers that I had in this
step.
Further, the hunch came from interacting with different individuals, both parents and
guardians, who had twice-exceptional students classified as underachievers while they were sure
that these students were gifted. The frustration that came with this made me realize that this is a
problem that needs to be addressed. Therefore, when looking for the policy issue, this came on
automatically.
Values
The second step in the reasoning process values are classified into personal, professional,
and community values (Rallis et al., 2008). This step was quite helpful as it warranted the values
that each of the stakeholders mentioned above stood for. I then analyzed these values against
personal values to see to what extent they aligned. The finding was that the community believed

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Running Head: FIVE STEP REASONING PROCESS Five-Step Reasoning Process Name Institution Date 1 FIVE STEP REASONING PROCESS 2 Five-Step Reasoning Process The five-step reasoning process undoubtedly guided in selecting the policy issue and the drafting of the letter. It will also be an integral part of the professional role's reasoning as a special education leader. Intuition The first step of the reasoning process advocated for is intuition. As a special education leader, it is important first to trust my intuition or the hunch about an issue. However, this is only possible if there is a clear understanding of the community and its needs. This is because if the community does not support the policy, it will not work or pass. This step guided me in selecting the policy issue by asking myself numerous questions, including the goals and the objectives that the policy seeks to accomplish. The goals of having twice-exceptional students receive equal education and interventions to maximize their abilities were part of the answers that I had in this step. Further, the hunch came from interacting with different individuals, both parents and guardians, who had twice-exceptional students classified as underachievers while they were sure that these students were gifted. The frustration that came with this made me realize that this is a problem that needs to be addressed. Therefore, when looking for the policy issue, this came on automatically. Values The second step in the reasoning ...
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