The end of the semester is approaching quickly and you can see “light at the end of the tunnel.” The final assignment is a self-reflection essay on what you learned during the semester in ENG 111. There were three other essay assignments. The first one was called a literacy narrative, the second one, a single source essay, and the third one, a multi-source essay. But how can I write about things I do not understand? I had never taken an online class before, much less, a class that required so much reading and writing. This is a college level course and I am just a junior in high school. I was clueless about writing a paper in a format and I possessed no knowledge of a works cited page. So, what did I learn? First of all,
For three years as a student at Maple High School, I approached the English course with excitement and joy. It is after all my favourite course, and I do wish to pursue it at a university level because of the experience and knowledge it provides to students like myself. Not only did the course help to develop my strengths, but it also forced me to focus on weaknesses which I originally thought were avoidable.
It is still so surreal to reflect back on my first semester as an incoming college student in the ENC1101 course, analyzing at my progression as a reader and writer in literacy. Since the first day of class I set in stone my goals for this class: receive a 4.0 GPA, develop my connecting theories skills in writing, and become more aware of objectives for each Unit throughout the course. All of these goals became achievements that not only make others proud but most importantly give me self pride. In order to earn the grades and achieve these goals, I went after every opportunity that I was given as an incoming college student, such as office hours and extra credit. By taking this course I have gained confidence with the utilization of literacy, and made an addition to my group of impactful literacy sponsors. Once students are finished with high school they assume that there is nothing else to learn beyond the stereotypical five paragraph essay, but they are so wrong. I was able to obtain so much knowledge about numerous course concepts from Writing about Writing, articles, and my professor. These concepts will carry on with me throughout a bright future of writing courses, job interviews, and any other skills that require literacy. The four outcomes listed below will help illuminate how I improved as a writer, by being a driven college student and going out of the way to earn my achievements in this course. In the first outcome I improved comprehending scholar texts,
At first I was not sure what I should put, but then when I starting thinking about it, it came pretty easily. However I did have a difficult time thinking about what I can’t change because I try not to focus on that.
This essay is a reflective account on my experience within the introductory period of my practice when caring for a patient. The essay will give the definition of reflection. This reflective essay will help me demonstrate how my experience in practice has helped me achieve one of the learning outcomes in my learning plan, (appendix 1). Driscoll (2000) will be used as a reflective model. The essay will explore what (description of events) so what (analysis) and now what (action plan). This essay is going to reflect on the importance of good communication with patients.
The call to action is clear for EBP and evaluation strategies. To that end, the ten (10) steps applied for framing a simulation informatics infrastructure in the academic environment are presented in this graphic as an approach to outcomes for process evaluation in setting the stage for simulation integration.
The purpose of this assignment is to self-reflect on what has been learnt in the topic this semester and how it is going to influence as a health professional in our chosen field. This assessment is made to encourage us to be able to identify the values and beliefs we have as individuals and how these impact on our ability to interact without others in a diverse society. This self-reflection will include the results from an Implicit Association Test to help gain a greater awareness of my own unconscious thoughts as well as evidence from reliable sources to help back up statements and give evidence to support this assessment.
Reflecting on this course over this semester, there have been many lessons learned that will be valuable, as we enter the business world. Our first lesson was to learn to work together, as a team, to prepare a short memo, long memo, letter, and email for use in the business world. This is a lesson that will experience many times as we do our daily work. Punctuation and grammar are so important to present to the client and other organizations that we are professionals. It could mean the loss of a sale or acquiring new business. It’s like dressing for work; looking professional or unprofessional.
b) I had an RTC Score of 2.94, which means that I have average rating when it comes to resistance-to-change. I scored the following in each area: Routine Seeking- 2.20, Emotional Reaction- 4.00, Short-term Focus- 2.50, and Cognitive Rigidity 3.25.
The College of Charleston was my preferred college out of the colleges I applied to. A majority of the time this was a good choice. Then there are times when part of me thinks attending a different college would have been a better idea. Then again, it is only the first semester of my freshman year. Freshman year has a handful of requirements for classes, including the First Year Experience and the seminar that goes with it and many other general education courses. There were a good many choices to choose from for my First Year Experience class and The Gullah Community: Ethnographic Research in Gender and Identity was the one that stood out to me the most.
Over the course of my lifetime in the real-world and the academic classroom, language has played a significant role. Attending Spanish classes throughout my high school tenure into my first semester at Quinnipiac University has enabled me to expand and develop my communication and reasoning skills in the Spanish language. With this genuine self-reflection, I will discuss my capabilities and experiences regarding language learning, regarding the Spanish language course
The EDX1450 course has influenced my teaching and philosophy of Health and Physical Education by ensuring that all lessons I plan and conduct are positive and inclusive. Through this course, I have learned that changing my lessons to suit my students and their needs is more important than my personal biases and values. I have also been informed of methods which include the TREE method (Robyne Garrett & Alison Wrench, 2006) which I can use to make my physical activities inclusion. As a teacher, I will attempt to make all my lessons inclusive, positive and use all resources including ICT. Another reason it has influence is my thoughts on health education and how I will rank teaching it. I will make health education engaging for all students
Uzbekistan is a country in Central Asia that was formerly a part of the Soviet Union. Uzbekistan declared its independence in 1991 before the fall of the Soviet Union. Because of the short amount of time in which Uzbekistan has been an independent country it is often considered to be a country in transition. This means that while there are policies and procedures in place, including some that may have carried over from their time as part of the Soviet Union, the policies are often changing in relation to the current needs.
With a continuous review, there can be changes made to update and evaluate the plan and how it is working. Evaluation can be done in real time and a response can be made that is rational and will avoid panic. By exercising backup plans with practice drills as they are compiled, an organization can identify some shortcomings to better
I chose to base my studies on J because we shared a lot in common; we are both Christians living in a predominantly Muslim country. He is eleven years old. His parents are Jordan nationals who have lived in Bahrain for at least two years. J goes to school at Naseem International School where I work. The school offers PYP programs. Lessons are conducted in English; however, Arabic lessons are also offered per week. Majority of kids in this school are Muslims most of whom are Bahrainis. Other nationalities making the student population are Saudis, Lebanese, Jordanians, few South Africans, and other Arabian Gulf countries. Teachers are a mixture of nationalities. Some of them are Arabs, others South Africans, while some are Europeans.