summaries my Journal and Reflection and analysis involve taking my internship experiences and engaging with them as a way to make sense of what has occurred. Also need to include Theory & Evidence

| February 11, 2014

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I will upload my Journal of Internship you need to summaries and Reflection and analysis involve taking my internship experiences and engaging with them as a way to make sense of what has occurred. Also need to include Theory & Evidence and following.
Critical Report
• Structured analysis
• Theory & Evidence
• Professional Advice
• Ethical considerations
Critical Report structure
A critical analysis of your internship experience, in which you need to demonstrate your ability to synthesise relevant concepts, theories, literature and contextual examples from your course to analyse key aspects of your internship.
Critical evaluation
• Evaluate aims in light of your experiences in the workplace
• Address ethical issues where relevant(note discipline-specific considerations)
• Professional advice
• Concluding statement
• 1000 words
• Use elements of portfolio where relevant to support your analysis; e.g. excerpts of writing, visual representations
Required references:
Either throughout the journal entries, or concentrated within the final entry/entries
Structured Analysis: relevant sources
The connections between theory, practice and your internship may not be immediately apparent.
Take time to reflect on what you drew on while in the internship
Try to make meaningful connections
overarching
role of reflection
tacit knowledge
decision-making
communication
relationships between theory and practice
Sources:
CMD readings, additional independent research, original sources from KKB341/342 lectures
specific to discipline
key practitioners
key industry examples
theorists/theories
modes of practice
Sources:
Course materials from your entire degree
Additional independent research
Structured Analysis: what is ‘evidence’?
Evidence includes examples of your work from the internship that supports your analysis. It can include:
• Informal: quotes from your reflection notes
• Formal: academic references and key examples from the field
• Portfolio examples: video, images, text etc. (consider confidentiality)
For both portfolio examples and examples or descriptions of creative/professional processes you MUST consider confidentiality issues (what already is and isn’t in the public domain)
This work can include:
• Excerpts of writing
• Relevant planning/scheduling documents you produced
• Links to clips on YouTube
• Links to sites, rich media (publicly available)
• Press releases
• Examples of design work (screenshots)
• Photographs
• Anything else that’s relevant
Professional Advice
• Provide one piece of professional advice for future students
• Base advice on what you have learned
• Relate advice to the profession or the field at large
Consider your expectations at the start of your internship (refer back to initial journal entries and your proposed role) and consider how you would approach these expectations now.
Can you give some advice to students who may want to share similar experiences?
Ethics
One of your (general) entries must address an ethics scenario. Approach ethics in the same manner as any other journal entry: with a structured analysis.
Key difference: refer to theory on ethics in Lecture 2 to support discussion.
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