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Assessment 3 – Study Tour Report (Individual)

24 Oct

 

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Assessment 3 – Study Tour Report (Individual)

This assessment has 2 parts:

Part A – Journal

A travel diary which documents your learning and experiences in the form of 9-10 written entries OR 9-10video entries 200-300 words or 3minutes per entry. The diary should commence prior to your departure and conclude after your return. Diary entries or Videos need to be submitted as a single file.

Part B – Critical reflection

A critical reflection about your own professional experience and how the Field Trip enhanced your professional skills. Students should reflect on their personal development and how new skills will enhance their employability and position as an emerging leader in the highly competitive global job market. Students are encouraged to consider the challenges and opportunities associated with doing business globally and form suggestions for how they might demonstrate professionalism in cross-cultural situations

Up to a maximum of 1500-3000 words.

 

Assessment Rubric

Content Development (WC) ·   Did not use adequate appropriate and relevant content to develop and explore ideas within the context of the discipline. ·   Uses some appropriate and relevant content to develop ideas within the context of the discipline. ·   Uses appropriate and relevant content to develop and explore ideas within the context of the discipline. ·   Uses appropriate and relevant content to fully explore ideas within the context of the discipline. ·   Uses appropriate, relevant, and compelling content to illustrate persuasive mastery of the subject.
Cultural self- awareness (SC) ·   Demonstrates limited recognition of his/her own cultural rules and biases and their impact when considering scenarios. ·   Demonstrates ability recognise his/her own cultural rules and biases when considering scenarios. ·   Demonstrates good recognition of his/her own cultural rules and biases when considering scenarios. ·   Independently recognises the complexity of cultural rules and biases when considering scenarios. ·   Recognises his/her own cultural rules and biases in addition to the diversity of those prevalent in the community when considering scenarios.
Relevant Information (DK) ·   Collects few relevant references and/or little relevant data.

·   Where applicable, generates simple additional information or data.

·   Collects relevant references and/or data from reliable sources.

·   Where applicable, generates data using prescribed protocols.

·   Collects adequate relevant references and/or data, as well as some other information from reliable sources.

·   Where applicable, generates convincing data using prescribed protocols.

·   Collects a comprehensive set of relevant references and/or data as well as other information from reliable sources.

·   Where applicable, generates complex data using appropriate protocols.

·   Collects a comprehensive set of relevant references and/or data as well as other reliable information from several different sources.

·   Where applicable, generates relevant, in depth data using appropriate protocols.

Analysis of Knowledge (SC) ·   Scenarios are analysed with an incomplete connection to one’s own socio-cultural perspective(s). ·   Scenarios are analysed with some connection to one’s own socio-cultural perspective(s). ·   Scenarios are analysed with significant connection to one’s own socio-cultural perspective(s). ·   Scenarios are independently analysed from diverse socio-cultural perspective(s). ·   Scenarios are comprehensively analysed from diverse socio-cultural  perspectives

 

 

 

 
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