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RELT20121 Assessment

Introduces the portfolio, its different elements and their links.
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Katja Stuerzenhofecker

on 25 September 2017

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Transcript of RELT20121 Assessment

PORTFOLIO
reflection on learning
the guide
student-led discussions
reflection
critical analysis
practice

theory

continuous Reflection on Learning

Before & After the Course Logs.

1 Reflection per LECTURE: 1 hour;
2 reflections per week, 19 in total;
Guiding Questions provided
(see Reflection on Learning Guidance).

1 area of focus per Reflection:
EITHER what have I learned?
OR how has my background influenced my learning?
OR how can I analyze a real-life example?
formative feedback returned by week 8
summative assessment 40%
summative assessment 20%
incl. self & tutor assessment
formative peer feedback
formative feedback on proposed topic
summative assessment 40%
balanced source of information:
like a literature review - mapping of options/theories/practices etc. with pros, cons, implications
no 'argument', no indication of your preference/opinion
final section e.g. summarizes key issues, highlights omissions, or points to future developments, but no judgement
sources:
include course materials
total number 6-7
mix of academic and other material, e.g. practitioner sources
topic relevant to professionals working in Britain:
material can be non-British, but needs to be contextualised
scope:
cover all three areas:
Religion, Culture & Gender;
2000 words
structure:
main section beginning with case study (> 75%)
glossary of key terms, brief 'professional' definitions
annotated bibliography of all key sources (> 25%)
like a literature review for a professional audience in Britain:
what do they need to know in order to do their job better?
balanced analysis of real-life case studies through short input and extensive whole-class discussion:
gender issues in religion and
every-day life
popular culture
reproduction
sexuality
religious institutions
education
summmative Synthesis of Reflection on your Learning

2000 words;
covers learning in weeks 5 - 11
Guiding Questions provided
(see Reflection on Learning Guidance).

Three areas of focus:
what have I learned?
how has my background influenced my learning?
how can I analyze real-life examples?
best Guides published online at http://rcgguides.weebly.com/
formative Synthesis of Reflection on your Learning


1000 words;
covers learning in weeks 1 - 4
Guiding Questions provided
(see Reflection on Learning Guidance).

Three areas of focus:
what have I learned?
how has my background influenced my learning?
how can I analyze real-life examples?
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