Learning and Professional Development | My Assignment Tutor

University of West London School of Computing and Engineering2020 – 2021 Student Assignment TitleAssignmentModuleLearning and Professional DevelopmentModule CodeCP 70047EModule Leader:Dr Jose Abdelnour NoceraSet by:Dr Jose Abdelnour NoceraModerated by:Dr Malte RessinAssignmentReflective review of areas covered in the LPD module sessionsHand in arrangementsThis assignment must be submitted via Turnitin to Blackboard.Structure of assignmentThe learning outcomes of the module are assessed by a successful completion of all the tasks.TypeWeightingDue DateReflective review100% moduleSunday Week 14 before midnight 30th of May 2021Extensions will only be granted in exceptional circumstances. Extensions will be for 10 days or less. Documentary evidence will be required. Extensions must be agreed before the deadline.Learning outcomes1.Critically assess through reflective practice their own strengths and weakness in order to determine both academic and subject skills to develop.2Develop academic and subject specialist skills as identified.3Investigate the relevant area of professional careers they are entering to determine how to become a recognised professional and both plan how this will be achieved, alongside undertaking the initial steps required.4Plan, execute and adapt as appropriate self-managed learning5Assimilate existing knowledge in the chosen field and extend this knowledge to develop understanding, application and professional competences.6Communicate for academic, applied and professional purposes by means of documentation of professional quality suitable for dissemination. TitleReflective review of areas covered in the LPD module sessionsTask detailsPlease respond to the issue raised in each grid. Enter your response in the grid box. For each item: Reflect on theme, purpose and application to study Evaluate of engagement with theme in context of course and module experience so far Reflect on adequacy of your own knowledge, skills and technique Consider steps to develop your proficiency and experience This is an exercise in ‘personal reflection’ rather than a competitive assignment. Thinking purposefully about what you have done, and then expressing your thoughts in both a practical and critical way will help you to establish your level of achievement and give you a benchmark from which to develop, build and improve. The module tutor will offer some commentary on your progress as a master’s student and professionally. Although the module does not carry credit, the experience of doing the reflection and the insight it provides should be seen as a positive and worthwhile outcome. There is no set guidance for length, content or type of response, but a typical interpretation would show engagement with the theme, evidence of thoughtful reflection, appraisal and explanation, and may offer some examples from experience, influence and application. The issues are:The purpose of master’s education in context Scientific and academic purpose Teaching purpose and methods of learning Learning styles and patterns of learning The nature of computing and information systems as academic domains The idea of professional and professionalism Communities in computing The fundamentals of research in contextFocus on specific competences and skills is embedded in the module:Group work Communication of ideas Developing skills in argument, discussion and writing Academic and scientific writing Documenting work Working with information Ethics of academic work including avoidance of plagiarism Marking Scheme TaskIssuesMax markReflective gridHave you completed the reflective grid?20Have you reflected on the theme, purpose and application to study?20Have you engaged with the theme in the context of course and module experience?20Have you reflected on the adequacy of your own knowledge, skills and technique?20Have you considered steps to develop your proficiency and experience?20Total100 Postgraduate Marking Scheme %Descriptor86 – 100The standard achieved is exceptional and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an exceptional standard.76 – 85The standard achieved is outstanding and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an outstanding standard.70 – 75The standard achieved is excellent and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an excellent standard.65 – 69The standard achieved is very good and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at a very good standard60 – 64The standard achieved is good and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at a good standard55 – 59The standard achieved is acceptable and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an acceptable standard50 – 54 Marginal passThe standard achieved is acceptable and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved though a few at only a very basic level45 – 49 Marginal failThe standard achieved is weak and the work provides evidence of insufficient knowledge, understanding and/or skills at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that a majority but not all of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved40 – 44The standard achieved is weak and the work provides evidence of insufficient knowledge, understanding and/or skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that several of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved35 – 39The standard achieved is very weak and the work provides evidence of insufficient knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study, although some of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved30 – 34The standard achieved is very weak and the work provides evidence of insufficient knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence shows that some of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved OR that none is achieved but there is evidence that many of the learning outcomes may be almost achieved.25 – 29The standard achieved is unacceptable and the work provides little evidence of the knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence shows that few, if any, of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved.15 – 24The standard achieved is unacceptable and the work provides very little evidence of the knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence shows that very few, if any, of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved.0 – 14The standard achieved is unacceptable and the work provides negligible or no evidence of the knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence fails to show that any of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved.

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