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An essential element for graduate-level student learning is written and oral reflections on the field of study experience combined with the elements of the course. To have an experience isn’t enough to ensure learning; you need to intentionally and thoughtfully reflect upon the experience and what you learned from it to ensure that learning occurs.
Towards this end, students are required in this course to complete the analysis and reflection assignment. This reflection is intended to help you focus on what you are learning, identify issues or concerns on your mind, explore an idea more deeply, or in other ways enhance your learning about the course topics, yourself, and others.
Final Reflection Assignment:
Your reflection should be 5-7 pages long ( double spaced) and should dig deeply into this experience to reflect on your learning. It should connect to academic concepts and critically examine your own development through this learning. You will be graded based on the reflection rubric provided in your syllabus.
Your plan should include the following pieces:
What have you learned through this course? What stands out to you, feels new to you, excites you, or challenges you?
- SO WHAT?
Why does this learning matter? Why does it stand out to you? Why is it important – to you personally or in the bigger picture?
- NOW, WHAT?
What do you do from here? How will you take this learning with you? Does this learning change your perspective, your career goals, or your interests
A reminder about graduate-level learning:
Graduate-level student learning will involve more of a focus on “diving in deeper” to the content. Expanding on the initial topic includes both written and oral presentation on the field of study experience, in combination with independent research and course content, will be essential elements of your graduate studies.
To have an experience isn’t enough to establish learning – you need to intentionally and thoughtfully reflect upon the experience, considering what you learned from it in order to take something away from it!
View RubricReflection PaperReflection PaperCriteriaRatingsPtsSelf-disclosureview longer description/ 15 ptsConnection to outside experiences, readings, class discussionsview longer description/ 25 ptsGrammar/spellingview longer description/ 5 ptsLength requirement metview longer description/ 5 ptsTotal Points: 0
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