https://hr.wayne.edu/leads/phase1/smartobjworksheet.pdf) changes you will make.


https://hr.wayne.edu/leads/phase1/smartobjworksheet.pdf) changes you will make.
The purpose of this assignment is to let you take a little time to reflect, so as to improve your understanding of yourself and understanding of the course materials. Each paragraph should be 100-200 words in length. The rubric for this assignment can be found here: Reflection Rubric
What is Reflective Writing?
Your response to experiences, opinions, events or new information
Your response to thoughts and feelings
A way of thinking to explore your learning
An opportunity to gain self-knowledge
A way to achieve clarity and better understanding of what you are learning
A change to develop and reinforce writing skills
A way of making meaning out of what you study
What can I discuss?
Your perceptions of the course and the content.
Experiences, ideas and observations you have had, and how they relate to the course or topic.
What you found confusing, inspiring, difficult, interesting, and why.
Questions you have and conclusions you have drawn.
How you solved a problem, reached a conclusion, found an answer or reached a point of understanding.
Possibilities, speculations, hypotheses or solutions.
Alternative interpretations or different perspectives on what you have read or done in your course.
Comparisons and connections between what you are learning and:
Your prior knowledge and experience;
Your prior assumptions and preconceptions;
What you know from other courses or disciplines.
Tips to help you in your reflective writing process:
Think of an interaction, event or episode you experienced that can be connected to the topic
Describe what happened
What was your role?
What feelings and perceptions surrounded the experience?
How would you explain the situation to someone else?
What might this experience mean in the context of your course?
What other perspectives, theories or concepts could be applied to the situation?
Due Date
May 8, 2022 11:59 PM


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