Ashford 7: – Week 6 – Reflection
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Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.
According to the Tuckman and Jensen Model for group processes, the final stage in a group’s activity involves adjourning. In an online course, the last week of activity is a time for reflection and ending the formal group interaction. The same strategy can be applied to the end of a program of study. Therefore, we would like to model adjourning by offering you this space to reflect, debrief, and bring closure to our time together in this course and the MATLT program.
To participate in the Reflection discussion, post a media-rich farewell that reflects on your learning experiences in this course and then the MATLT program as a whole. Next, reflect on any design and development challenges you experienced during the creation of your final project for this course and make at least one constructive suggestion for how the final project experience could be improved. Conclude with a reflection on your journey from enrollment to this moment in the MATLT program. You are encouraged to highlight friends, family, instructors or fellow learners and even your Ashford University staff contacts, such as an advisor or librarian, who has contributed to your success!
Attach or link your creation to your response. The reflection might be a brief video, such as with YouTube or VoiceThread, a narrated PowerPoint using Snap!, or a Glogster, or any other media-rich presentation addressing the questions. Remember to cite any graphics, audio, video, and ideas you incorporate into your creation that are not yours.
Guided Response: Reply to two or more classmates. In this as with every discussion throughout our course, for optimal engagement with your learning peers, you are encouraged to reengage in the discussion by replying to posts made in response to you by the instructor and peers.
The Reflection evaluation will occur along the following grade continuum. An error constitutes issues with addressing all parts of the question, required number of replies, timeliness, citation, or mechanics.
5 points – Posts contain no errors.
4 points – Posts contain an error.
3 points – posts contain multiple errors.
0 points – Learner does not participate or one or more posts lack academic integrity.