What is a reflection?
What is a podcast? A podcast is an audio file, often made available on the Internet or for download on mobile devices. Podcasts may be stand-alone or may be part of a series.
Why a podcast? Podcasts provide a way to present a new medium into the learning process in a different format – auditory. Podcasts provide unique and educational content to students with voices other than the professor’s voice (get enough of that in lectures, huh?).
What is a reflection? A reflection paper is not meant to be a time for students to vent, complain, or simply detail what they heard in the podcast or what they read. A reflection should be about sharing your experience in listening to and reading the story(ies), and about sharing any discoveries. A reflection should help the student apply concepts learned in the course and show what students are learning. A reflection is not merely a summary of what you hear and/or read, but rather a piece of critical writing to present your own thoughts and ideas that can include explanations or suggestions.
Students will complete a critical reflection on the podcasts and additional readings assigned. Each reflection is worth 10 points. Students must prepare the reflection with quality writing; content should flow and be appropriate for the assignment. You are allowed to cite other published sources as a way of supporting the thesis of your critical reflection.
For this assignment you will write ONE reflection for all the content you need to review (podcast and reading).
(Tips for writing a reflection – http://study.com/academy/
- Title page
- Student’s first and last name Date Title of the podcast and reading
- 1-2 pages in lengths (not including title page)
- Double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font
- Microsoft Word file (do not use Google docs), spell check, review for grammatical errors, and proofread before submission
- Use APA format when citing sources
|This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOverall evaluation||
|Total Points: 10.0
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