Instructions:  In no less than 1000 words respond to the questions/prompts below (the prompts do NOT count toward your words used). There are NO WRONG ANSWERS – the only errors you can make are that you don’t respond to an item, provide incomplete sentences, do not provide thoughtful answers or have structure/spelling errors. Be specific and give examples to illustrate what you have learned from the course. All of this will be placed in your online e-Portfolio for the entire world to see, so make sure it is polished and professional!
*Please note that due to accreditation requirements, you must have the syllabus, key assignment, and a version of your reflection (regardless of its quality/individual grade) in your portfoilio for all core courses. If one or more is missing when I examine your portfolio, I will have to submit an incomplete for your final semester grade.
    Attach/Include the Course Syllabus and Schedule (*Required)
    Course Review/Reflection (*Required)
As you leave this course and begin another semester or even a wholly new chapter in your life, you will discover new applications of the knowledge and skills you have acquired from this course. This review encourages you to consider your learning experience in this course in an explicit and structured way. Your response is a piece of reflective writing through which you should come to a more sophisticated understanding of what your experience has taught you. In fact, your response may even provide evidence for others, such as potential employers or graduate schools, of the quality of your learning and how you see it benefiting both you and them in the future.
•    How has your definition of (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) changed since you started the course? What theories, assumptions, or practices have you questioned or reevaluated as you have gained more experience and/or encountered new ideas?
•    Identify and discuss the three most important things you learned in this class and why you found them to be of utmost importance to you.
•    Describe a realistic picture of your knowledge/skill/ability (KSA) level in (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) prior to completing this course. What is your KSA level now? How do you plan to use these KSAs in your daily life, future, etc. in light of what you have learned in this course? How will you continue to enhance your KSAs in the future? What do you still need to learn more about, gain more experience on, or a skill(s) to hone further?
•    What have you discovered about yourself by participating in this course—your strengths, your weaknesses, your interests, etc.?
•    Explain how your learning from this course will impact those people and communities you serve, as well as how it will benefit your future bosses and subordinates.
•    Explain how this course supplements or complements other core RTM courses.
    Attach/Include Key Assignment (*Required)
    Review Key Assignment (*Required)
•    How could I make the product (insert title or main subject of key assignment – required*) from this course better? What is it missing? What would a professional say it needed?
•    How could I have learned more from the experience?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my internship?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my current or future job(s)?
    Other (Optional)
•    Discuss any moments of aha! or whoa!
•    Discuss specific things you liked about this course that should continue.
•    Discuss specific things you would add to this course.
•    Discuss specific things you would substitute in this course.
•    Discuss specific things you did not like about this course and how you would change it or provide an alternative.
    Word Count (*Required)
•    Conduct an electronic word count of your responses (not the prompts themselves as only your own writing counts toward to the word count) and state the number of words at the bottom of each core course review. Please do not overlook the word count and lose easy points!

There are NO WRONG ANSWERS – the only errors you can make are that you don’t res

There are NO WRONG ANSWERS – the only errors you can make are that you don’t respond to an item, provide incomplete sentences, do not provide thoughtful answers or have structure/spelling errors. Be specific and give examples to illustrate what you have learned from the course. All of this will be placed in your online e-Portfolio for the entire world to see, so make sure it is polished and professional!
*Please note that due to accreditation requirements, you must have the syllabus, key assignment, and a version of your reflection (regardless of its quality/individual grade) in your portfoilio for all core courses. If one or more is missing when I examine your portfolio, I will have to submit an incomplete for your final semester grade.
    Attach/Include the Course Syllabus and Schedule (*Required)
    Course Review/Reflection (*Required)
As you leave this course and begin another semester or even a wholly new chapter in your life, you will discover new applications of the knowledge and skills you have acquired from this course. This review encourages you to consider your learning experience in this course in an explicit and structured way. Your response is a piece of reflective writing through which you should come to a more sophisticated understanding of what your experience has taught you. In fact, your response may even provide evidence for others, such as potential employers or graduate schools, of the quality of your learning and how you see it benefiting both you and them in the future.
•    How has your definition of (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) changed since you started the course? What theories, assumptions, or practices have you questioned or reevaluated as you have gained more experience and/or encountered new ideas?
•    Identify and discuss the three most important things you learned in this class and why you found them to be of utmost importance to you.
•    Describe a realistic picture of your knowledge/skill/ability (KSA) level in (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) prior to completing this course. What is your KSA level now? How do you plan to use these KSAs in your daily life, future, etc. in light of what you have learned in this course? How will you continue to enhance your KSAs in the future? What do you still need to learn more about, gain more experience on, or a skill(s) to hone further?
•    What have you discovered about yourself by participating in this course—your strengths, your weaknesses, your interests, etc.?
•    Explain how your learning from this course will impact those people and communities you serve, as well as how it will benefit your future bosses and subordinates.
•    Explain how this course supplements or complements other core RTM courses.
    Attach/Include Key Assignment (*Required)
    Review Key Assignment (*Required)
•    How could I make the product (insert title or main subject of key assignment – required*) from this course better? What is it missing? What would a professional say it needed?
•    How could I have learned more from the experience?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my internship?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my current or future job(s)?
    Other (Optional)
•    Discuss any moments of aha! or whoa!
•    Discuss specific things you liked about this course that should continue.
•    Discuss specific things you would add to this course.
•    Discuss specific things you would substitute in this course.
•    Discuss specific things you did not like about this course and how you would change it or provide an alternative.
    Word Count (*Required)
•    Conduct an electronic word count of your responses (not the prompts themselves as only your own writing counts toward to the word count) and state the number of words at the bottom of each core course review. Please do not overlook the word count and lose easy points!

Instructions:  In no less than 1000 words respond to the questions/prompts below

Instructions:  In no less than 1000 words respond to the questions/prompts below (the prompts do NOT count toward your words used). There are NO WRONG ANSWERS – the only errors you can make are that you don’t respond to an item, provide incomplete sentences, do not provide thoughtful answers or have structure/spelling errors. Be specific and give examples to illustrate what you have learned from the course. All of this will be placed in your online e-Portfolio for the entire world to see, so make sure it is polished and professional!
*Please note that due to accreditation requirements, you must have the syllabus, key assignment, and a version of your reflection (regardless of its quality/individual grade) in your portfoilio for all core courses. If one or more is missing when I examine your portfolio, I will have to submit an incomplete for your final semester grade.
    Attach/Include the Course Syllabus and Schedule (*Required)
    Course Review/Reflection (*Required)
As you leave this course and begin another semester or even a wholly new chapter in your life, you will discover new applications of the knowledge and skills you have acquired from this course. This review encourages you to consider your learning experience in this course in an explicit and structured way. Your response is a piece of reflective writing through which you should come to a more sophisticated understanding of what your experience has taught you. In fact, your response may even provide evidence for others, such as potential employers or graduate schools, of the quality of your learning and how you see it benefiting both you and them in the future.
•    How has your definition of (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) changed since you started the course? What theories, assumptions, or practices have you questioned or reevaluated as you have gained more experience and/or encountered new ideas?
•    Identify and discuss the three most important things you learned in this class and why you found them to be of utmost importance to you.
•    Describe a realistic picture of your knowledge/skill/ability (KSA) level in (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) prior to completing this course. What is your KSA level now? How do you plan to use these KSAs in your daily life, future, etc. in light of what you have learned in this course? How will you continue to enhance your KSAs in the future? What do you still need to learn more about, gain more experience on, or a skill(s) to hone further?
•    What have you discovered about yourself by participating in this course—your strengths, your weaknesses, your interests, etc.?
•    Explain how your learning from this course will impact those people and communities you serve, as well as how it will benefit your future bosses and subordinates.
•    Explain how this course supplements or complements other core RTM courses.
    Attach/Include Key Assignment (*Required)
    Review Key Assignment (*Required)
•    How could I make the product (insert title or main subject of key assignment – required*) from this course better? What is it missing? What would a professional say it needed?
•    How could I have learned more from the experience?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my internship?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my current or future job(s)?
    Other (Optional)
•    Discuss any moments of aha! or whoa!
•    Discuss specific things you liked about this course that should continue.
•    Discuss specific things you would add to this course.
•    Discuss specific things you would substitute in this course.
•    Discuss specific things you did not like about this course and how you would change it or provide an alternative.
    Word Count (*Required)
•    Conduct an electronic word count of your responses (not the prompts themselves as only your own writing counts toward to the word count) and state the number of words at the bottom of each core course review. Please do not overlook the word count and lose easy points!

There are NO WRONG ANSWERS – the only errors you can make are that you don’t res

There are NO WRONG ANSWERS – the only errors you can make are that you don’t respond to an item, provide incomplete sentences, do not provide thoughtful answers or have structure/spelling errors. Be specific and give examples to illustrate what you have learned from the course. All of this will be placed in your online e-Portfolio for the entire world to see, so make sure it is polished and professional!
*Please note that due to accreditation requirements, you must have the syllabus, key assignment, and a version of your reflection (regardless of its quality/individual grade) in your portfoilio for all core courses. If one or more is missing when I examine your portfolio, I will have to submit an incomplete for your final semester grade.
    Attach/Include the Course Syllabus and Schedule (*Required)
    Course Review/Reflection (*Required)
As you leave this course and begin another semester or even a wholly new chapter in your life, you will discover new applications of the knowledge and skills you have acquired from this course. This review encourages you to consider your learning experience in this course in an explicit and structured way. Your response is a piece of reflective writing through which you should come to a more sophisticated understanding of what your experience has taught you. In fact, your response may even provide evidence for others, such as potential employers or graduate schools, of the quality of your learning and how you see it benefiting both you and them in the future.
•    How has your definition of (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) changed since you started the course? What theories, assumptions, or practices have you questioned or reevaluated as you have gained more experience and/or encountered new ideas?
•    Identify and discuss the three most important things you learned in this class and why you found them to be of utmost importance to you.
•    Describe a realistic picture of your knowledge/skill/ability (KSA) level in (insert title or main subject of core course – required*) prior to completing this course. What is your KSA level now? How do you plan to use these KSAs in your daily life, future, etc. in light of what you have learned in this course? How will you continue to enhance your KSAs in the future? What do you still need to learn more about, gain more experience on, or a skill(s) to hone further?
•    What have you discovered about yourself by participating in this course—your strengths, your weaknesses, your interests, etc.?
•    Explain how your learning from this course will impact those people and communities you serve, as well as how it will benefit your future bosses and subordinates.
•    Explain how this course supplements or complements other core RTM courses.
    Attach/Include Key Assignment (*Required)
    Review Key Assignment (*Required)
•    How could I make the product (insert title or main subject of key assignment – required*) from this course better? What is it missing? What would a professional say it needed?
•    How could I have learned more from the experience?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my internship?
•    How can I apply my learning from this assignment to my current or future job(s)?
    Other (Optional)
•    Discuss any moments of aha! or whoa!
•    Discuss specific things you liked about this course that should continue.
•    Discuss specific things you would add to this course.
•    Discuss specific things you would substitute in this course.
•    Discuss specific things you did not like about this course and how you would change it or provide an alternative.
    Word Count (*Required)
•    Conduct an electronic word count of your responses (not the prompts themselves as only your own writing counts toward to the word count) and state the number of words at the bottom of each core course review. Please do not overlook the word count and lose easy points!

Ch 7 Work the process of planning to demonstrate your own capacity for planning

Ch 7
Work the process of planning to demonstrate your own capacity for planning for your own career, which will ultimately allow you to achieve the vision you established earlier in this course for your professional life. To do this, revisit Chapter 7 on planning AND the rubric for the career pathing assignment. Then, begin to outline your career plan here. Be sure to use the terms and jargon from our chapter to describe your planning process as you develop this outline. Respond to the following prompts to help you begin:
At what career stages will you find yourself at the different levels of the Planning Pyramid? What type of planning will you be doing at that level? Give one example for each of at least three levels.
How and when will you do strategic planning for your organization? For your career?
Will you use the critical path model described in the book? How? If not, why not?
Your description of the process and this outline will obviously support your Career Pathing project, so spend your time wisely!
CH 8
Revisit Chapter 7 on planning AND Chapter 8 on decision making. Then, watch this instructional video on problem solving by Group Harmonics’ CEO Edward Muzio:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZXDGQSuF9I (Links to an external site.)
The link outlines a 7 step process for problem solving (by Dr. Shoji Shiba) that utilizes many facets of planning and decision making in an easy to watch and consume video.
Once you’ve become comfortable with the 7 steps, identify a problem in your personal RTM industry sector and utilize the steps to describe an action plan for solving for it. This experience could also support your Issue and Recommendation project process, so consider how your work here could also help there!