M8D2: My Experiences in NS110No unread replies. No replies.Module 8 is a good time to reflect on what you have learned, what you thought you would learn, and what you wish you had learned. Sharing the
M8D2: My Experiences in NS110
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Module 8 is a good time to reflect on what you have learned, what you thought you would learn, and what you wish you had learned. Sharing these thoughts with the class and engaging in a dialog around your experiences can help you to complete the essay assignment (M8A2) and also perhaps get some new ideas from your classmates. The instructors and course developers also appreciate your insights and will use them to make the course better.
Completing this activity will assist you in mastering Module Level Outcome 4.
This is a reflective discussion, and so you are not required to do a lot of research. However, you should include references to particular readings, videos, or websites from within the course. These will need to be cited and referenced in APA style, as they are cited within the course.
Think about your experiences in this course.
Create your initial post that responds to these questions:
- What did you expect to learn in this course?
- What did you learn that you didn’t know before? Give specific examples of readings, videos, or assignments that helped you learn this new material.
- What was the best and what was the worst module for you, and why? Give specific examples, perhaps readings or videos.
- What would you tell someone who is thinking of registering for this course next term?
Your initial post responding to this assignment should be no shorter than 350 words. Once you have posted your own discussion response, you are required to comment on the posts of at least two of your classmates. You can agree or disagree with their posts, but you must explain why you have chosen to do so. Also, be sure to read the feedback on your own major postings and reply to it throughout the module.
Always be sure that your posts are respectful, polite, and considerate. Please see the Excelsior policy “Guidelines for Online Interaction (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.” if you have any questions or concerns.