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What is a podcast? A podcast is an audio file, often made available on the Internet or for download on mobile devices. Podcasts may be stand-alone or may be part of a series.
Why a podcast? Podcasts provide a way to present a new medium into the learning process in a different format – auditory. Podcasts provide unique and educational content to students with voices other than the professor’s voice (get enough of that in lectures, huh?).
What is a reflection? A reflection paper is not meant to be a time for students to vent, complain, or simply detail what they heard in the podcast or what they read. A reflection should be about sharing your experience in listening to and reading the story(ies), and about sharing any discoveries. A reflection should help the student apply concepts learned in the course and show what students are learning. A reflection is not merely a summary of what
you hear and read, but rather a piece of critical writing to present your own
thoughts and ideas that can include explanations or suggestions.
Students will complete a critical reflection on the podcast and reading(s) assigned. Each reflection is worth 10 points. Students must prepare the reflection with quality writing; content should flow and be appropriate for the assignment. You are allowed to cite other published sources as a way of supporting the thesis of your critical reflection.
(Tips for writing a reflection – http://study.com/academy/lesson/how-to-write-a-reflection-paper.html (Links to an external site.))
- Title page
- Student’s first and last nameDateTitle of the podcast and reading(s)
- 1-2 pages in lengths (not including title page)
- Double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font
- Microsoft Word file (do not use Google docs), spell check, review for grammatical errors, and proofread before submission
- Use APA format when citing sources
- Submit in Canvas
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOverall evaluation
Total Points: 10.0
from the reading (make sure to review “boxes” 1-4 for the reflection)
please don’t write a summary of what you read or hear, present your thoughts and ideas that can include explanations or suggestions.