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Monday 5/23 notes & conclusion

In Conclusion

•    WRD104 research collective: our course portfoliothese are the three modules you will add and publish:

#  Contextual Analysis
#  Source Remix Assignment
#  Graffiti wall | class yearbook | leave your mark

Reflective letter in professional, hard copy business-letter format, signed by you

Reflection refers to the iterative process that we engage in when we want to look back at some activity or decision we’ve made, to think about what we’ve learned from it, and how we might use it in the future. Reflection is a powerful tool in teaching and learning — think of it as a dot-connecting mechanism — and outside of academics, reflecting is a common tool among professionals and organizations as a way to establish values, goals, and future actions:

• What did I do?
• What was important about what I did? Did I meet my goals?
• When have I done this kind of work before? Where could I use this again?
• Do I see any patterns or relationships in what I did?
• How well did I do? What worked? What do I need to improve?
• What should I do next? What’s my plan?

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