Through a 5-minute video presentation, this assessment requires you to conduct a Post-Reflection of your learning experiences, and how they have evolved during the course of this subject. To achieve this task, you are required to revisit the Pre-Reflection you completed for Assessment 1, where you examined what motivated you to undertake your current course of study.
Self-reflection is a way of assessing yourself and understanding the reasons for your life experiences. It is about analysing what you do, why you do it as well as its future implications. Self-reflection also enhances self-awareness, which provides a solid basis for empathy and good leadership. Most importantly, it enables you to develop your skills and ability to strengthen reflective inquiries with theoretical evidence: a theory-practice interface. This assessment provides you with an opportunity to reflect on your learning (subject content) so far, and how they can be applied to advance/enhance your reflective business practices.
1. Create a 5-minute video presentation to reflect on your learning experiences in this This requires you to compare your thinking at the start of the subject to now, as you are nearing its completion. In other words, with respect to your course of study, you should reflect on how your understanding of business/project environment has changed since the start of this subject.
2. Presentation Questions:
The presentations should address the following questions, along with any other relevant points you may wish to add:
- Have your understanding of the business environment and its economic principles changed?
- What are your professional goals?
- How does what you have learned relate to your present and future career/professional aspirations?
- As you think about the future, how might you apply your learning experiences in the life of your career/profession?
- What would you do to further your professional development outside of formal studies?
3. Key points to consider:
- Please focus on how the subject content has shaped your thinking about the interface between the business environment and your future career/professional aspirations.
- The video presentation needs to include lessons learnt throughout the subject, and how these lessons can be integrated into your professional life.
4. Important tips for creating your video presentation
- PowerPoint/Prezi slides are NOT Accetable/permitted. A zero mark will be applied for breach of this instrcution.
- You MUST properly display/show your photo identification (preferable TUA student ID, international passport, or driver’s licence) at the beginning of your presentation. Failure to adhere to this instruction would automatically be considered an academic integrity breach.
- You MUST also enclose a coversheet in the You may use the formal Torrens University coversheet. Or a simple one with student details (student name, ID, Subject code & name, Assessment number and title, Lecturer/LF).
- Alternatively, you can enclose the coversheet as a separate document (The assessment submission link accepts multiple submissions).
- Make sure to introduce yourself and the reason for the
- You MUST also state and apply ONE (1) verifiable reflective model (e.g., Gibbs, 1988). Please use the model’s reflective stages as your presentation headings (main body).
- Be specific and clear, as you will be assessed on originality and
- Pay attention to video and audio quality, sincerity of presentation, clarity of your perspective and overall impact on the audience.
- Your presentation must be in video format (e.g., mp4, MOV, ).
- Please enclose your reference listing at the end of your video presentation. Alternatively, your reference listing can be enclosed as a separate document (The assessment submission link accepts multiple submissions).
- You are strongly advised to frequently read through the rubric as you write because it is the evaluation guide, with criteria for grading your assignment.
- Please review and provide a minimum of 7 reference sources — four (4) academic (textbooks and peer-reviewed journal articles) and three (3) other (newspaper articles, business/trade publications, and substantiated website publications) sources.
- Please note that references to ‘Wikipedia’, ‘Chat-GPT’ or similar unsubstantiated sources are not
- Use APA (7th ) referencing style for both citations and reference listing. Please see more information on referencing in the Academic Skills webpage.