Positive Psychology Assignment help
Assessment Details and Instructions
The purpose of the journal writing is for students to develop and apply critically thinking skills as they voice their thinking and responses towhat they are learning in this unit. A reflective writing journal is an ongoing personal connection with learning. Reflecting on these learningssupports students evaluate learning, link theory with practice, and integrate a range of knowledge. A reflective journal task requires studentsto critically and reflectively think about the content they are learning. In writing a reflective journal entry, students are to clearly communicatewhat their key learnings are from the weekly content using approximately 400 words per week (use a MS Word document).
The purpose of this task is for students to
develop and apply critical thinking skills as they voice their thinking and responses to whatthey are learning Week 1 – Week 5 (inclusive):
Introduction to Positive Psychology
Students journal about the most interesting ideas they discover during each week
Students should critically reflect on their learning, linking theory / research with personal and professional insights
There should be a fairly even balance between personal / professional reflection and
reference to theory / research
Each journal entry should be approximately 400 words (excluding references).
APA citations should be included throughout the weekly reflections.
There should be one reference list that appears on the last page of the assessment, under the heading “References” (rather than aseparate reference list for each week’s entry)
Student submits reflective journal (using a MS Word document) to the online class space assessment dropbox (Turnitin)