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4/28/2018 CQUniversity Unit Profile Self-Reflection Task Description This assessment is worth 40% of your final grade for this unit.The assessment is due in Week 8 Monday 5.00 PM The title page that contains your name, student number, resident campus, assessment title and lecturer. This is an assignment which must be completed by the students individually. It should be a minimum of 1500 words. Two points will be deducted for the essays that are 10% +/- 1500 words. Essays that are submitted late will receive a late penalty of 2 points per day late.Task Description: The objective of this reflective essay is to summarize what you learned from the unit (Weeks 1-7), and how you believe your learnings could be applied by you in your future career and in your life generally.To successfully complete this assessment task you should answer the following reflective essay question:• What did I learn from undertaking the course MGMT20135: Critical Thinking and Managerial Decision-Making? • Identify two significant or important concepts from each weeks’ learnings (Weeks 1-7). Explain why the concepts are important or significant to you. • You should also explain what you learned about yourself by utilizing the Reflect tool. • It will be very important for you to explain how the course allowed you to better understand yourself, and your skills and how to improve them. Likewise, it will be very important for you to explain how the unit allowed you to understand how new knowledge is developed and/or challenged. • You should tie all your arguments/insights together at the end of your paper, highlighting how you think you will be able to use your learnings in your future career and in life generallyAssessment Due Date Week 8 Monday (30 Apr 2018) 5:00 pm AESTReturn Date to Students Week 10 Monday (14 May 2018)Written feedback provided in Moodie GradeMarkWeighting 40%Assessment CriteriaKey Criteria Identified and explained the importance or significance of 2 learning outcomes from each individual lecture/tutorial. Exceeds Expectations (High Distinction) 85-100% Regular updates and insightful reflection. Student insights are interesting, thoughtful and demonstrates an ability to put ideas into an appropriate conceptual frame. Exceeds Expectations (Distinction) 75 – 84% Regular updates and insightful reflection. Student insights are interesting and thoughtful. Meets Expectations (Credit) 65 — 74% Regular updates and insightful reflection. Meets Expectations (Pass) 50 — 64% Regular updates and satisfactory reflection. Below Expectations (Fail) below 50% Irregular updates and unsatisfactory reflection. Explained how the self-reflect tool has enhanced your knowledge of yourself Superior appreciation self- knowledge based upon the Reflect Tool. Very convincing appreciation of self-knowledge based upon the Reflect Tool. Fair appreciation of self- knowledge based upon the Reflect Tool. Poor appreciation of self- knowledge based upon the Reflect Tool. No appreciation of self-knowledge based upon the Reflect Tool. Discussed how knowledge is developed and/or challenged. Superior discussion of how knowledge is developed and/or changed. Very convincing discussion of how knowledge is developed and/or changed. Fair discussion of how knowledge is developed and/or changed. Poor discussion of how knowledge is developed and/or changed. No discussion of how knowledge is developed and/or changed. Closing Excellent articulation of task; tied the arguments/insights together highlighting the use in future career and life generally. Good articulation of task; clearly tied the arguments/insights together highlighting the use in future career and life generally. Fair articulation of task; mostly tied the arguments/insights together highlighting the use in future career and life generally. Poor articulation of task; attempted to tied the arguments/insights together highlighting the use in future career and life generally. Poor articulation of task; did not tie the arguments/insights together highlighting the use in future career and life generally. Presentation and Quality of Writing Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Quality of writing is of a high standard. Sections are mostly well structured. Few grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes. Quality of writing is of a good standard. Few grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes. Some problems with sentence structure and presentation. Frequent grammar, punctuation and spelling mistakes. Use of inappropriate language. Quality of writing is at a very poor standard so barely understandable. Many spelling mistakes. Little or no evidence of proof reading.https://my-courses.cqu.edu.au/pub/profiles?unitCode=MGMT201358,termCode=21816/7

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