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You are required to: Using a reflective model, write an individual reflective essay that evaluates the process, performance and outcomes of the implementation of your live project.

TEL – Final Assessment Essay Plan

You are required to: Using a reflective model, write an individual reflective essay that evaluates the process, performance and outcomes of the implementation of your live project.  (100 Marks)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA (AC):

Using a reflective cycle your essay should focus on:

  1. How the project plan was implemented, focusing on five communication and management tools that were used. 50 Marks
  2. Your teamwork and individual contribution, using two teamwork theories. 25 Marks
  3. The project’s performance and outcomes, outlining two challenges that you experienced and how you could overcome these challenges to enhance your project in the future. 25 Marks

The essay plan demonstrates how you can embed the 3 assessment criterias into the Gibbs Cycle. Each assessment criteria listed above is shown below as AC1, AC2, AC3.

ESSAY PLAN:

Introductory Paragraph:

  • What reflective writing is
  • The importance of reflective practice
  • The reflective model you will be using in the essay
  • The benefits of using this model
  • What you will be reflecting on:

DESCRIPTION

AC1 - How the project plan was implemented, focusing on five communication and management tools that were used. (Remember – this part is not analytical, it is descriptive, it describes your experience, using specific and relevant detail, give a concise description of that experience; i.e. what you are reflecting on)

Approximately 700 words

FEELINGS

AC1 - How the project plan was implemented, focusing on five communication and management tools that were used.

AC2 - Your teamwork and individual contribution, using two teamwork theories.

AC3 - The project’s performance and outcomes, outlining two challenges that you experienced and how you could overcome these challenges to enhance your project in the future.

- Remember – this part is not analytical, it is descriptive, it describes personal feelings, thoughts, actions and reactions which can be supported with theory)

Approximately 400 words

Answer any of the following questions that you think are relevant to the experience:

  • How did you feel and what did you think prior to the experience?
  • How did you feel and what did you think during the experience?
  • How did you react during the experience?
  • How did you feel and what did you think after the experience?

EVALUATION

AC2 - Your teamwork and individual contribution, using two teamwork theories.

AC3 - The project’s performance and outcomes

 (Remember – this part is not analytical, it makes positive and or negative judgements about your experience. if a lot of different things happened during the experience, focus on one or two, try to choose the things that are most important, most relevant or most representative of the experience)

Answer any of the following questions that you think are relevant to the experience:

  • What went well during the experience (what worked)?
  • What went badly during the experience (what didn’t work)?
  • How did the experience end? Was the experience complete (was there a resolution) or incomplete?

Approximately 700 words

ANALYSIS

AC2 - Your teamwork and individual contribution, using two teamwork theories.

AC3 - The project’s performance and outcomes, outlining two challenges that you experienced and how you could overcome these challenges to enhance your project in the future.

 (Remember – this part is analytical, it does not describe, it tries to explain the causes and consequences of things that happened, you must analyse what you evaluated and use theory to support your analysis)

Do any of the following that you think is relevant:

  • Reconsider the things that went badly and write why you think they went badly (causes of action).
  • Reconsider the things that went badly and write what you think this lead to (consequences of action).
  • Think about what could have been done to have avoided these negative consequences.
  • Reconsider the things that went well and write why you think they went well (causes of action).
  • Reconsider the things that went well and write what you think this lead to (consequences of action).
  • Think about how this positive action could have been further improved.
  • Think about your contribution to the experience and say how useful it was and why it was useful (did a previous experience help you? can you compare it to a previous experience?).
  • If you were unable to contribute to the experience say why.
  • Think about other people present during the experience and try to assess whether their reactions were similar or different to yours. Try to say why they were the same or different.

Approximately 700 words

CONCLUSION

Reconsider the experience and answer any of the following questions that you think are relevant:

  • What should or could I have done differently?
  • What stopped me from doing this?

 · What did I learn about myself during the experience (positive and/or negative)?

  • What did I learn about my current knowledge or level of practice (strengths and weaknesses)?
  • Did the experience achieve any of my learning goals or meet any of my required competencies?

(Remember – this part sums up what you learnt from the experience, be specific)

Approximately 250 words

You are required to: Using a reflective model, write an individual reflective essay that evaluates the process, performance and outcomes of the implementation of your live project.

ACTION PLAN

AC3 - The project’s performance and outcomes, outlining two challenges that you experienced and how you could overcome these challenges to enhance your project in the future.

(Remember – this part is not analytical, it should state actions designed to improve your knowledge, ability, experience etc, try to be specific about what you plan to do?

Answer any of the following questions that you think are relevant to making a plan:

  • What do I need to do in order to be better prepared to face this experience in future?
  • Even if the experience was positive and I did well, in which areas can I improve?
  • What are the priority areas that need to be developed?
  • What specific steps do I need to take in order to achieve these improvements?

Approximately 250 words

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