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(solution) Comment for the last one you gave, that is a very well written


Comment for the last one you gave, that is a very well written discourse about the use of visualizations in presentations. Well done! Why did you choose to talk about the use of pictures. Did you create one? With respect to the rubric for this assignment it is unclear how you are going to translate these reflections into actions in the future?



THIS IS THE SECOND PART FOR IT, SAME thing need to do it again.

I want you to do this as soon as possible, so that i can convince my group mates to choose from a poem, acronym or picture. and go though the assignment as i want you submit two different reflections.

To create an ?artefact? such as a poem, acronym or picture that captures in a creative way your group?s discussion around key learnings emerging from the Masterclass. You will individually take away the 'artefacts' from the activity, write-this up and submit for individual marks.

Word count- 400-500

PLEASE FOLLOW THE MARKING GUIDE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE ATTACHED FILE. 


I REALLY WANT AN HD FOR THIS UNIT. 


Thanks



BUS10012 Innovative Business Practice Mini - Reflections

 

Objectives:

 

This assessment task is an important part of preparing you to be a successful Swinburne student, but

 

it also will help you to start building skills that will make you more career-ready when you finish your

 

studies.

 

It will provide you with the opportunity to:

 

1. Self-reflect to identify your personal strengths so that you can begin to develop a personal and

 

professional brand and identity

 

2. Demonstrate your professional skills in order to effectively articulate an idea and convince

 

others of its merit.

 

Resource:

 

Chapter 8, Cottrell Throughout the semester you will attend Masterclasses presented by various inspiring business

 

leaders and presenters. You will need to reflect on what these leaders have said, and how these

 

insights resonate with you and your goals. Listen carefully to their stories, think about the topics that

 

are being covered in BUS10012, identify what you have learnt from the presenters about their

 

careers, and what actions you can implement to help you reach your own personal goals.

 

During some of the Masterclasses (weeks 2, 8 and 10), you will work in small groups and be guided

 

through the reflection process. This will assist you to create an ?artefact? such as a poem, acronym or

 

picture that captures in a creative way your group?s discussion around key learnings emerging from

 

the Masterclass. You will individually take away the 'artefacts' from the activity, write-this up and

 

submit for individual marks.

 

You will need to prepare a 400 to 500 word reflection on the artefact created in the Masterclass

 

(poem, acronym or picture), which discusses:

 

1. The story of how the artefact connects with your own key learnings from the Masterclass

 

2. What you learnt through the process of creating the artefact together in your group, and

 

3. How can you translate these insights into action and actively plan for your future. 1 Whilst a reflective piece is written in the first person, it is expected that you will carefully edit your

 

work prior to submission. You will be assessed not only on the content but also on how creatively

 

and professionally you present your Mini Reflections. You are encouraged to incorporate relevant

 

images in your reflections.

 

Part One: Mini Reflections

 

Due date

 

Submit any two of your 3 reflections:

 

Reflection 1 due: 9am 15th August

 

Reflection 2 due: 9am 3rd October

 

Reflection 3 due: 9am 17th October

 

Group/Individual

 

To be completed individually

 

Value

 

5% each (total 10%)

 

Format

 

Prepare a 400 to 500 word reflection on the artefact - poem, acronym or

 

picture - created in the Masterclass which discusses:

 

1. The story of how the artefact connects with your own key learnings

 

from the Masterclass

 

2. What you learnt through the process of creating the artefact

 

together in your group, and

 

3. How can you translate these insights into action and actively plan for

 

your future.

 

`Resources

 

Chapter 8. For additional resources ? refer to Blackboard

 

Upload instructions

 

Upload a WORD document to ?Mini Reflections?, under the Reflections

 

folder on Blackboard.

 

Save your reflection in WORD format making sure you include the following:

 

- Your full name and ID number

 

- Names of your workshop facilitators, day and time of your workshop.

 

Name your file in the following manner FAMILYNAME_FIRSTNAME_IDNUMBER.DOCX, for example,

 

Liz Levin?s file would be called LEVIN_LIZ_123456.DOCX. 2 Rubric for Mini Reflections

 

Reflective practitioner - HD

 

Objective 1

 

Synthesis and

 

The reflection contains

 

Interconnections

 

sophisticated themes drawing

 

strong and logical connections

 

between the learning materials

 

presented, and personal and

 

professional goals.

 

Self-evaluation

 

The reflection demonstrates the

 

ability to honestly and openly

 

articulate personal strengths and

 

weaknesses. A course of future

 

actions is presented .

 

Objective 2

 

Creativity

 

Highly engaging presentation.

 

Exemplary incorporation and use

 

of pertinent materials, media and

 

artefacts.

 

Presentation Presentation is focused;

 

coherent flow showing insightful

 

idea demonstrated; high

 

attention to detail demonstrated. Completeness Accomplishes objectives of the

 

journal with attention to all critical

 

components. Appropriate length Aware practitioner - D Emerging practitioner - C Reflection novice - P Unacceptable - N The reflection contains relevant

 

themes drawing valid

 

connections between the

 

learning materials presented,

 

and personal and professional

 

goals.

 

The reflection demonstrates

 

ability to identify personal traits

 

and future actions are listed. The reflection contains themes

 

drawing connections between

 

some of the learning materials

 

presented, and personal and /or

 

professional goals. Some attempt to demonstrate

 

connections between the

 

learning material, and personal

 

goals. Minimal or irrelevant attempt to

 

demonstrate connections to

 

previous learning and personal

 

goals. The reflection demonstrates

 

emerging ability to identify

 

personal traits, with some

 

attention to future actions. Some attempt at self-evaluation.

 

Limited focus on future actions. Minimal attempt at balanced selfevaluation or focus on future

 

actions. Innovative and thoughtful

 

presentation incorporating a

 

range of relevant and

 

appropriate artefacts to capture

 

the reader?s attention

 

Arguments or perspectives are

 

clearly stated and insightful;

 

organized flow in presentation;

 

good attention to detail. Original presentation

 

incorporating relevant and

 

appropriate media and/or

 

artefacts Some evidence of originality in

 

presentation incorporating limited

 

range of media and artefacts. Minimal evidence of thought or

 

originality in presentation.

 

Irrelevant or inappropriate use of

 

media and/or artefacts. Arguments or perspectives are

 

clearly stated; organized flow in

 

presentation; attention to detail is

 

evident. Adequately responds to the

 

objectives of the journal,

 

containing critical components.

 

Appropriate length Responds to the objectives of

 

the journal, containing most

 

components. Appropriate length Arguments or perspectives are

 

vaguely presented; the writing

 

lacks coherence and flow. The

 

ideas are not easy to follow; little

 

attention to detail.

 

Responds to the core objectives

 

of the journal, containing some

 

components. Appropriate length Do not show any original thinking

 

or perspectives; chaotic in

 

organization and presentation of

 

ideas; minimal attention to

 

presentation and detail.

 

Does not adequately respond to

 

the objectives of the journal,

 

Missing several components.

 

Inappropriate length 3

 


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