use slides and readings to assist you Class reflections should help you to inten

use slides and readings to assist you
Class reflections should help you to intentionally and thoughtfully link your personal experiences to material discussed in class. They are intended to help you focus on what you are learning (or not learning), identify issues or concerns on your mind, and explore an idea more deeply. The goal is not to summarize the readings! Rather, you should analyze and reflect critically upon one or a few significant issues. To reiterate, ideally you will critically reflect upon selected aspects of the lecture by linking them to your personal experience (e.g., ethical dilemmas you faced at work or other courses). Please note that you should have been in the situation and not read about it or seen it on TV. Each reflection should be approximately 700 – 900 words long (double spaced & 1 inch / 2.54cm margins).
You need to answer the following questions:
10% WHAT? (Very brief!!) A few sentences about what have you learned; What stands out to you, excites you, or challenges you?
50% SO WHAT? Connect the material with your past experiences: Why does this learning matter to you? Why does it stand out to you? Why is it important – to you?
30% NOW WHAT? Connect the material with your future plans: 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?
10% Other considerations (Quality of writing, formatting, …)
Please use “What?”, “So What?”, and “Now What?” as headlines in your reflection.
In the end, your reflection should look like:
So What?
Now What?
This is a written assignment and must be submitted using proper English. Pay attention to sentence and paragraph structure, choice of words, and completeness of your thoughts. Do not use bullet points. Plagiarism is unacceptable and submissions will be analyzed for plagiarism using Turnitin.
You can only submit one document and resubmissions are not allowed.

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