5ENTP005W.2 Entrepreneurial Practice | My Assignment Tutor

5ENTP005W.2 Entrepreneurial PracticeCoursework 3Individual Critical and Reflective Report (50%)Monday 29th April, 2021 by 1259hrs(2000 word +/- 10%)The module concludes with a final written report, which is designed to explore in depththe main properties of entrepreneurial learning, which you have completed in twoentrepreneurial projects (Crowdfunding and business challenge). This experienceshould be linked to the learning outcomes of the module. The analytical and practicalaspects of the report play an important role in embedding and developing skills as areflective Entrepreneur. Use of academic sources will be critical.Use the following notes AND the marking criteria to guide your writing:• Make sure you understand principles of reflection from lectures and readings.You are going to use ONE of the reflective learning models to help youdescribe 2 critical incidences (see Critical Incident Technique by Flanaganonline).• Make sure you understand the principle of critical incident technique. You aregoing to identify individually, 2 critical incidences during either the twoentrepreneurial projects or the Week 6 business challenge.• Use the ONE reflective learning models to apply your critical incidences to.Go through each of the stages of your chosen model. You will analyse andevaluate your experiences as a learner. Ensure that you use research to offerinsights to your learning (e.g. academic literature and theories throughout).• Reflective models will ask you ‘what next’ or ‘action plans’. This is where you,as an entrepreneurial learner, will need to think about what you will do ‘nexttime’ supported by academic literature.• You can quote or paraphrase from earlier reflections, if they are relevant tomaking your point; but do not just speak through them. Re-frame them byintroducing or commenting on them further, contributing to new insights aspart of this new report.• Frame your report with a brief introduction and conclusion.• A commentary on your individual contribution and efforts leading towards thesuccess/failure of the campaign. Also include the results from the campaign.• Include a reference list, and use Harvard style of referencing and citation.CW3 – Suggested Structure:• Cover Page – full details of module number, name, your details with IDnumber, coursework number and title, Workshop Leader, date of submission.• Executive Summary – your main findings and conclusions (make sure youwrite this when you have completed the report). Short paragraph. (No wordcount here)• Table of Contents – with corresponding page numbers.• Introduction – what is this Critical Incident report about. Two sentencesmaximum.• Main Body:o Explain what a critical incident is and the importance of reflection (afew theoretical sources required here)o Subheadings for each critical incident – remember you choose onlyTWO (either one of each positive and negative, or two positives or twonegatives – your choice, no right or wrong) – remember, it is somethingthat is significant to you, that may have impacted your learning or yourteam’s dynamic and so on. Something that impacted yourself, may nothave impacted others. You are an individual and if it ‘moved’ or‘frustrated’ you, this can be your incident. You must use your learningexperience from either the two projects or even employability weekactivities. Either way, the incident needs to have occurred within ateam setting.o To be able to describe your incident in detail, please choose one of thereflective models introduced to you in the lecture (Week 9 slides).Please use ONE model to describe both incidences (e.g. Gibbs, Kolband so on). You do not get more marks for choosing a different one foreach. You just frustrate the reader instead as there is no consistency.o So, Critical Incident is described using a reflective model. PLEASEVIEW THE SLIDES TO HELP YOU DESCRIBE PROPERLY ANDSHOW YOU WHERE THE THEORIES FITS IN. THIS IS VITAL!• Conclusions – So, what is your learning here on this journey? At theend of the reflective cycle analysis and evaluations, these can also be seenas your conclusions. I.e. asking yourself ‘what next’? say what you will donext, how and even by when. Is there an opportunity for you to practice yournew found knowledge?• Campaign results – Commentary on your individual effort and results of thecampaign (approx. 250 words and not included in the word count)• Reference List – ensure Harvard is used.** You may write in the first person using ‘I’.Marking Criteria for Coursework 3: ComponentCriteriaWeightingSummary ofnew learningHonest, self-critical review of learning withrespect to all aspects of the module,including 2 critical incidences in twoentrepreneurial projects and/or Week 6business challenge (with dates).40%Use ofsupportingliteraturePersonal account, that is informed byreading.Accurately referenced.30%ConclusionsEffectiveness of conclusion highlightingfurther development required to directfurther entrepreneurial work and what thismeans for your own personaldevelopment.10%Results fromcampaignCommentary on your individual effort andresults of the campaign (approx. 250words – not included in the word count)10%PresentationLogical structure, including use ofheadings and sub-headings.Evidence of cumulative learning i.e.evidence that personal account wasdeveloped during the module rather thanproduced at the end.10%


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