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Critical Reflection Journals: For each selected unit (chapters), students are to submit a journal entry, which consists of your ongoing reactions to readings, class discussion and your own personal and professional experiences both past and present. The purpose of the journal assignment is to help you continue to develop your critical thinking skills that work toward integrating theory and knowledge by encouraging you to articulate the connections between theories and research with your own personal and practical experiences; and to identify the social welfare implications raised by the material. You will have a critical reflection journal entry per chapter assigned that will be between 1 page in length. This reflection essay will critically analyze and reflect your thoughts and perspectives on the information you received through your readings and how you will utilize this knowledge moving forward as a professional social worker.
Journal entries may include the following:
Critical analysis of assigned readings. Do not summarize the readings. Instead discuss your intellectual and emotional reactions to what you have read.
Critical reaction to class lectures, discussions, presentations, exercises and videos. Again, please do not summarize. Instead, discuss and react to those issues in class that interest or excite you or with which you have some disagreement.
Implications you draw from readings and class discussion for social work practice and policy. Discuss what difference you think the readings and class material make in social work practice.
Examples from your field placement and life experience (yours or those of your friends or relatives). Examples should illustrate how the reading or class discussion increases your understanding of a particular practice situation and /or connects to a life experience or raises further questions for you.
Reactions, thoughts, feelings about what is happening in the world around us, in relation to what we are reading and discussing in class.
Discussion of newspaper or magazine articles, journal articles, books, television programs, movies, etc. that are relevant to what we are considering in class and the readings.