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extensions are given:
Penalties
of 5% per day of the total assignment mark apply to late submissions
(accepted up to 5 working days after the due date). If there are
circumstances that prevent the assignment being submitted on time, an
application for special consideration may be submitted to the Student
Hub.
This
assignment is worth 5% of your final mark.
This
is an individual Assignment. You are not permitted to work as a pair
or any other group when writing this assignment.
Copying,
Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the submission of somebody else’s work in
a manner that gives the impression that the work is your own. The
Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering treats
academic misconduct seriously. When it is detected, penalties are
strictly imposed. Refer to the subject guide for further information
and strategies you can use to avoid a charge of academic
misconduct.

Written Requirements
Written
reflections on two of your experiences in this subject are required.
The available topics for your two reflections are listed below. Each
reflection is to contain your personal thoughts written under the
following headings:
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What happened?
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What did it mean to me?
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What value is it to me?
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How might it help me in the future?
Each
reflection should be 1 or 2 typed pages in length (with a maximum of
3 pages) for any reflection, giving a maximum of 6 pages for the two
experiences that you are asked to reflect upon).

Reflections Required – you may select 2 from the following 3
topics:
Reflection
Topic 1
Your
reflection on Assoc. Prof. Karl Reed’s lecture titled Some Issues
for Ethics,
Professionalism
and Technology – An IT Perspective (1st Lecture)
Reflection
Topic 2
Your
reflection on Team Building Activities such as the Tower Building
Activity from Practice Class
Reflection
Topic 3
Your
reflection on Cultural Awareness as discussed in Practice Class
on
Intercultural
Communication

Assignment Hints and Advice
There
are 2 reflection tasks (from the above 3 possible topics ) and each
requires 4 questions to be answered:
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What happened
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What did it mean to me
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What value is it to me
?
How might it help me in the future
A
more comprehensive guide is placed on
lms
(Reflection_Assignment_CSE5PE_Guide_2016)
and should be referred to when answering the above questions.
The
following points that are made in the above document are emphasized
again:
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This assignment requires you to have already undertaken (performed)
reflection on the topics above and already entered into your
reflection journal
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A process to follow was given early in the lecture series (– see
lecture material)
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The reflection work that you have performed is in your own style (but
must be written) and is not what is asked for in this assignment
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This assignment asks for extracts from your reflective journal which
means that you are expected to summarize, from your reflective
journal, and present your summary in a neat, typed fashion –
addressing the reflection questions on each topic above.
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Remember – when you are reflecting on items in the material/events
that occurred more questions may be raised that you may not have yet
resolved – that is OK – just report this as part of your extract.
However many questions that should have arisen during your reflection
process concerning these
activities/material
have been clearly addressed in later material (particularly the
lectures!!). Most importantly, your extracts should recognize these
(as well as those questions that you feel are still
unresolved).
(cont’d
overpage)

Further Reading
To
help you prepare, lms contains considerable material (pdf’s as well
as reference to videos (YouTube)) that will provide you with some
very useful advice and explanations. Two examples are given below
that you can download and refer
to.
https://www.dlsweb.rmit.edu.au/lsu/content/2_assessmenttasks/assess_pdf/Reflective%20journal.pdf
http://www.deakin.edu.au/itl/assets/resources/pd/tl-modules/teaching-approach/groupassignments/learning-journals.pdf

Submission Details
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A hard copy of your assignment is to be placed in the relevant
submission box on the ground floor of the Beth Gleeson Building
(behind BG139 Lab).
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No assignments will be accepted by email – all assignments must be
submitted through the submission boxes
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Normal late penalties apply (– 5% per day for a Max of 5
days)
NOTE:
YOU MUST ATTACH a signed green (or yellow if there are no green slips
available) Statement of Authorship for Individual Assignments to your
submission.
Fields
on the statement of authorship include:
Unit
Code: CSE5PE Unit Name: Professional Environment Assignment No.
2
Name
of Document: Reflective Journal Extracts
Lecturer/Tutor’s
name: Geoff Holt/……… Your tutor’s name here … etc.

Marking Scheme
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on LMS

Return of Assignments
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weeks of the final allowable submission date. Students will be
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