Critical reflection requires the integration of trauma theory into current beliefs about behaviour and facilitates reassessment of these beliefs

Purpose/rationale

Critical reflection requires the integration of trauma theory into current beliefs about behaviour and facilitates reassessment of these beliefs. This task offers you the opportunity to demonstrate how far your critical reflection skills have progressed throughout the subject.

Assessment criteria

This assessment will measure your ability to:

  • Understand and critically reflect on issues related to the learning content (50%)
  • Use supporting evidence (30%)
  • Adhere to structure and formatting requirements (20%)

Task details

Engage with the learning content across all weeks and create a structured critical reflection showing how your thinking has developed.

Instructions

As you work through the learning content in all weeks, reflect on four key questions:

  • What did I learn?
  • How does it connect to what I already know?
  • How can I use this knowledge in the future?
  • Where does this fit in my professional practice more broadly?

You should format your work using these questions as subheadings. You do not need to address all learning content; rather, it is best to focus on something in the content that particularly struck a chord with you. Your response to each question should be roughly the same length.

Please use APA 7th edition as your referencing style. For more information, see the Academic Referencing Tool of the Library.

The reference list is not included in the word count. In-text citations are included in the word count.

Feedback

Refer to the marking guide for marking and feedback information

Submission

You should submit a Word document with headings and subheadings

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