Good reflective writing shows you are learning from your experiences and engaging in your discipline's scholarly literature.
Engaging in reflective writing will develop your understanding in many ways, including helping you to:
Remember that there are many people who are there to help and support you throughout your course including:
The following provides a brief overview of how WS1006 assessment tasks are structured to gradually build a deep understanding and engagement with major subject concepts.
Refer to your WS1006 subject outline for full assessment task instructions.
Assessment Task 1 - Online test
Assessment Task 2 - Critically reflective writing task
Assessment Task 3 - Case study response
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