Once you access the assessment and press the ‘submit’ button, you will see our terms and conditions for reflective essays. Once you click ‘begin’ you will see a page to enter your completed reflective essay. At this point you will not be able to exit the page and come back to the essay at a later date. We suggest you write your essay in a word document or other suitable file and then copy and paste your final submission into the assessment submission area once you have entered the assessment submission area. This allows more time for true reflection and ensures you have a personal copy as evidence of your continuing professional development.
As you reflect in preparation for writing your essay, the following are some things to ask yourself:
�How did you use situational awareness (rapport, self-confidence, and awareness) during your presentation?
�From observing others present themselves, how did that impact your thoughts about self-awareness, reflective practice, and the need to synthesize and present both your discipline knowledge as well as your own professional capabilities?
�How did you follow up with the audience during or after the presentation?
�Why is follow-up important in any presentation situation?
�What else will you do in future situations?
Reflective Essay On Initiative Confidence
This is a very short sample of a reflection essay and you might have to write something longer. Nonetheless, this reflection essay example shows what you have to include in your essay namely introduction with thesis statement, body that can be a description or narration, and a conclusion with your realization, insight or judgment.
@robjenkin 'why i write' - orwell
The first writing class I had to attend in college was all about writing different types of essay. The teacher would group us into four or five. We would read each other’s essay and give comments afterwards. I was confident with my first essay but the people in my group are great critics. My confidence started to melt like an ice cream in a summer day. However, the grades given by our teacher for those essays saved some of the ice cream. I, nonetheless, enjoyed most days in that writing class except the part where I have to sit with the group. I realized that I, including my confidence, should not be affected by criticisms especially not by comments from fellow students who were there to learn just like me.