The purpose of the reflection papers is to ensure that you have read and understand the text materials and can apply them to the cases

Reflection Papers

Reflection Papers: The purpose of the reflection papers is to ensure that you have read and understand the text materials and can apply them to the cases. Thus, after each class you are required to write a 3-4 pages reflection paper, demonstrating your knowledge of the week’s topics and applying the concepts to the cases. I assign these papers for you to complete individually. Papers I deem to be copies of each other will receive grades of zero. The rubric for the reflection papers is posted on Canvas. A note on my intent on the reflection papers and cases. You may be aware of Bloom’s taxonomy of learning with learning being split between a lower order (remembering, comprehending, and applying) and a higher order (analyzing, evaluating, and synthesizing (or creating)). Graduate classes should be focused on the higher order levels. Through the cases I expect you to be able to analyze and evaluate the concepts we discuss. What are the issues at hand? Why are they issues? Explain the alternatives and recommend a solution. With the cases I want to see your work — how did you arrive at your conclusions? Justify you work, not just say “I think.” The intent of the reflection papers is to evaluate and synthesize our discussions of concepts and the cases. What are the concepts? How do the cases show these concepts? How are they similar? how do they contrast? A sample outline format should reflect the main points of your paper, from start to finish: 1. Introduction 1. Identify and explain subject 2. State your reaction to the subject 1. Agree/disagree? 2. Did you change your mind? 3. Did the subject meet your expectations? 4. What did you learn? 3. Thesis Statement 2. Body Paragraph 1 4. Topic Sentence 5. Supporting evidence 1 6. Supporting evidence 2 7. Supporting evidence 3 3. Body Paragraph 2 5. Topic Sentence 8. Supporting evidence 1 9. Supporting evidence 2 10. Supporting evidence 3 4. Body Paragraph 3 6. Topic Sentence 11. Supporting evidence 1 12. Supporting evidence 2 13. Supporting evidence 3 5. Conclusion 7. Recap thesis statement 8. Recap Paragraph 1 9. Recap Paragraph 2 10. Recap Paragraph 3 11. Conclusion statement

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