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Discussion of professionalism and team working Issues that influence the grading are valid and appropriate discussion and reflection on points such as the following. In particular, what worked well and what could have been done better (and how)?

This piece requests us to complete a INDIVIDUAL REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT
the work was divided amongst 4 people which everyone took part and completed on time.
QUESTION 1. Discussion of professionalism and team working
Issues that influence the grading are valid and appropriate discussion and reflection on points such as the
following. In particular, what worked well and what could have been done better (and how)?:
In the context of the agreed project objectives how well did the team achieve what was required?
Were team conflicts resolved in an appropriate and fair manner? YES (expand)
Has the team used the appropriate methods to work through the different activities and assign priorities? YES (
expand)
The extent that the team ween learned about the team working?as well organised and prepared for meetings.
YES ( online due to covid)
Were appropriate workshops and activities completed.
To what extent did the team demonstrate group project management skills (e.g. were organised for the meeting,
interacted well, created and reviewed minutes, discussions with other staff, accurate appraisal of project progress
and appropriate corrective action if required, etc. )?
On reflection, what has been learned about the team working?
QUESTION 2.
Individual reflection on the contribution
The reflective account typically would cover these elements:
Information: the account should show engagement with workshops and research, understood the issues and
theories involved and personal interpretations of the project brief.
Observations: descriptions of what has been read or activities participated in.
Speculations: ‘wonderings’ about the meaning and implications of project related events, readings, discussions
and issues.
Understanding: making personal sense of issues or concepts.
Questions: these can include academic queries, doubts, areas for further investigation.
Synthesis: pulling together ideas to find connections and relationships.
Critique: identification of the strengths and weaknesses of theories, readings, and activities in the project

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