The Reflection Forum is where you can connect the course content and assignments to your personal experiences. It gives students a space to reflect on what challenged them the most, how much time and effort they put into the course, and whether they would change anything regarding their views, study habits, etc., in the future. Most importantly, students can honestly discuss the course material they engaged with throughout the term and identify things they enjoyed and found relevant.
In a new post, use the Reply button at the bottom of this page and craft your reflection post that meets the following requirements:
Your reflection only needs to include one post. There is no need to reply to others in the forum.
This post should be between 300 and 500 words in length.
Reflect on your experiences with the debates and the course material. Your reflection needs to address the following:
Identify one or more debates/discussions, primary source analysis/quiz, and readings (one from each category) that you learned the most from and/or led to a change in your perspective or understanding.
Address what you learned and/or how the change occurred. Be explicit with your explanation; show how you thought/understood something both before and afterwards.
Explain your overall impression of the debates and course readings. Here is some food for thought: Are there issues or topics that you wanted to learn about that were not covered fully or not addressed at all? What are they and how do they fit in or not fit in with the course I have developed? Please make sure what you bring up are appropriate for the course. How do you feel about the debates and the way the debates were formatted? What else could have maintained the rigor of a college course while also making it enjoyable? You do not have to answer any of these questions. These are merely listed here as food for thought. I am looking for a fully developed reflection where you address your thoughts about the course. Make sure you incorporate references to specific course elements, particularly the debates.For more information on Reflection Forum read :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflective_practice