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TOPIC = More about the take-home final exam, which is a self-reflective paper


  • Analyze and understand the forces for change
  • Assess organizational situations to determine if change is needed.
  • Distinguish between different types and terminologies of organization change.
  • Identify the nature and significance of various impediments to organizational change (e.g. organization inertia, resistance to change).
  • Demonstrate and apply change management models and concepts.
  • Explain organizational change processes from multiple role perspectives.
  • Appraise the effectiveness of change management efforts.


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  • Post-Test Analysis pg. 348-351
    Barkley, E.F. & Howell Major, C. (2020). Student engagement techniques: A handbook for college faculty, 2nd edition.  Jossey-Bass.
  • Using Kahoot
    Please go to kahoot.it
  • Now that you have received your marked test:
    1. One word to describe your emotional response to your mark
    2. How closely did your graded mark reflect what you predicted would be your mark?3. Reflecting on writing an open book test with questions that require application skills, not memorization skills, what was it like to write this test?
    4. If you were to teach this course, what would you keep and what would you do differently for this test?


  • Memo #5 for Learning Journal = Answering Questions to Draft Your Paper
    One of the easiest ways to get a first draft of your final Self-Reflective Paper is to answer questions. 



  • Take 20 minutes to sit still and think about this course. No distractions. Simply focus all your thoughts on what you want to accomplish in the last assessments of the semester.


  • Memo #5 for Learning Journal = Answering Questions to Draft Your Paper
    One of the easiest ways to get a first draft of your final Self-Reflective Paper is to answer questions. 
  • The following example questions are from the following source:
    Bolton, G.E.J  (2014). Reflective practice: Writing and professional development, 4th edition. Oakland, CA: SAGE Publications. Ask 5 of these questions, responding to them in writing:
    WHY do you think you chose this incident?
    What is significant about it for you?
    How does this account relate to theory?
    Did your actions fit your theory or values?
    Who or what holds power?
    Is this any different from what you assumed?
    Could different interpretations be made, from yours?
    Is it puzzling?
    Try to work out what and why. Is it surprising?
    Or different from what you expected?
    What did you feel at different points?
    Why do you think you felt this way?
    Are contrasts within the story significant?
    Does officialese or jargon conceal anything?
    What is missed out, whose perspective for example?
    Are there assumptions or taken-for-granteds?

 
   
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