You should write ONE reflective entry which accounts for 20% of total assessment scores. This entry serves as one of the artefacts in your University ePortfolio (UePortfolio), and you are expected to show competence in both critical reflective thinking and the corresponding expression. The minimum word limit of the entry is 600 words.
You should reflect on selected undergraduate experiences with the following two elements in the content of your entry:
- Self-reflection on class sharing, discussions and after-class self-contemplation, and
- Critical feedback on peer study group sharing and discussions.
You are encouraged to record your reflections regularly, in order to refresh your thoughts, prompt your peer study group membersâ€™ discussions and sharing, and help you probe deeper into the theme or focus area and issues your UePortfolio will be based on. You are strongly recommended to use your reflective entry in your UePortfolio, as an evidence of your undergraduate learning experiences.
You must follow the rubric on the files I attached, I want you to meet the requirement on level A+, I’ve also attached two sample essays.
Please also relate this essay to my background:I’m a psychology major. I used my psychological background to act as a 3-year growth mentor for grassroots children in Hong Kong (less competitive than the middle class and less upward mobility) and guide them to set goals.