The Reflective assignment is treated as an exam. You will 2 grades: The itself (50%) and the discussion forum (50%).
The purpose of the is for you to reflect about – write about – and discuss the new knowledge you and your fellow students actually learned in the module readings and discussions, and how your thoughts, feelings, and actions will be impacted by this new learning.
- Reflect upon (think about) the issues that you read about in the chapters and the issues you discussed in the chapter and website discussion forums.
- Select the 4 topics you feel were the most valuable to you in the module.
- List these topics, numbered from 1 (most valuable) to 4 (least valuable).
- For each topic:
- Provide an overview of the topic and what you learned about it, and
- Describe how what you learned will impact the way you think, feel, and behave in the future.
- The minimum requirement is 1000 original words: about 250 words per topic.
- Submit your in two places: the drop box for my evaluation, and the Discussion Forum for classmate reactions.
- You must submit your before you can see the posted by other students.
- To earn full credit submit your Reflective on the first day of the Knowledge Audit window – after the discussions have all ended. This is important so that other students will have sufficient time to respond. There is a penalty for submitting early or late.
- After you post your , reply to 5 other during the 3-day Knowledge Audit window.
- To earn full credit for thissss activity, you need to submit your blog and 5 acceptable replies:
- Submit your as a New Post
- Reply to 5 other – the minimum acceptable length of each reply is 200 words.
- There is no requirement that you reply to those who comment on your – but you may if you wish. However, your discussion grade is based only on the 6 required posts.
Reflective Grading Rubric:
Reflective Blog Discussion Forum Grading Rubric: