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This module paper is written upon the completion of each graduate course.
PART 1: What have you learned in this class? Please summarize the course theory/theories. What essential elements did you derive from the course which relate to leadership and your career objectives? Elements that you learned in the course are all that you need to describe here.
PART 2: How is this relevant to you, your workplace or community? Have you applied the “new” learning to your workplace or community? Does the theory fit the organization or community? If so, how? Give a clear example of how the learning applies to you, your organization or community. Be concise.
PART 3: How does the new learning apply to your Foundation Paper? How does the “new” learning fit in with your basic foundation paper strategic plan? Do you need to revaluate your original plan? Is leadership a constant component? How does the material move you towards your final goal? Do you need to change your strategy? Please provide details.
NOTE: The number of pages for the module papers should average from four to five pages, double-spaced. The paper should clearly define the course experience and its value to you in relation to your career objectives.
In addition to written module papers, students are encouraged to add artefacts to the Portfolio. Artefacts are items which are evidence of learning. For example, if a student took a course in planning and as a result developed a new plan for retention of staff in the workplace, artefacts might include 1) the plan 2) a letter about the plan from the boss 3) a promotion letter mentioning the plan 4) a write-up in the company newsletter, etc. These artefacts can be submitted with the module paper as an appendix with a reference within the body of the paper.
Examples of artefacts include the following:
1. Anecdotal records
2. Article summaries or critiques
4. Bulletin Boards (pictures or design of)
5. Community documents (newspaper articles, newsletters, bulletins, etc.)
6. Computer programs
8. Interviews (printed transcripts)
9. Radio/Television appearances (audio, video tapes)
12. Meeting Minutes
13. Peer Critique
15. Professional Organization activities
16. Project Summaries
17. Research Papers
19. In service education
20. Community presentations
22. Consulting reports, assignments
24. Volunteer experiences
25. Promotion, work assignments The assignment grading rubric is used for this assignment.