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Assessment Task 5 – Completion of Individual Reflective Journal Report Due Date: Reflective Journal Report due by 9am Tuesday 7th December 2021 Consistent with reflective practice in fieldwork, each student must keep a regular guided reflection journal of their experiences as a project manager using the following headings. Brief description of the task: • • • • • Reflection on experience Reflection on practice Reflection on self Reflection on learning Reflection on context This journal is kept by each student. See reflection template below for guided reflection questions. Word limit: A two to three page summary report. Writing more or less than required page limit will be subject to a penalty of 5 marks deduction. Weighting: 20% of final grade. Presentation requirements: Estimated return date: You will need to set up a reflection gathering system ensuring you record daily/weekly your reflections around the areas to be addressed in the report. A two to three page summary report is to written addressing each of the above. There is a suggested template for this report on the following pages. A report is to be submitted individually at the end of the semester. Two weeks from the date of submission. INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT TASK. This course will be using a plagiarism checking service. You must agree to this by signing the assessment cover sheet prior to Marking Criteria: submitting written work. Any reflective journal submitted without an assessment sheet -signed- OR used plagiarism/Collusion will FAIL this assessment task and therefore will lose the 20% of final course grade. See marking criteria sheet below. 31 OCC416 Participatory Community Practice 1: Fieldwork Assessment Task 5: Individual Project Reflection Template (Note: do not submit this template; write a summary report from these notes for project reflective journal report). Week beginning: Reflection on experience: Reflect on any significant, unsettling, uncertain, confusing or problematic experiences you have faced this week. • • • • Describe what happened. What was I thinking & feeling? What was good and bad about the experience? What sense do I make of the situation; how can I apply this; how does it relate to other areas of learning? • What else could I have done? If it arose again, what would I do? Reflection on practice: • Reflect on this week’s significant project management activities and consider what worked, what didn’t work, ways to improve and lessons learnt. • Reflect on your performance this week as part of a team of stakeholders, in particular working together with a fellow student. What skills and qualities did you bring to the team and areas for improvement? Reflection on self: • Reflect on any changes to your behaviour, attitude or practice and how this experience may assist you in the future as a practicing professional? • Reflect on your assumptions and attitude towards your target population, what you learnt about this population and how did it differ from your expectations? Reflection on learning: • Reflect on how you have integrated current knowledge and theories into your role as project manager. • Reflect on new knowledge gained and any identified gaps in your knowledge. Reflection on context: • Reflect on your assumptions and attitude towards community based / population level occupational therapy project work, what you learnt about this type of role and how did it differ from your expectations. • Reflect on any social, cultural or organisational barriers or enablers that may be impacting on your performance as project manager. 32 OCC416 Participatory Community Practice 1: Fieldwork Individual Report Project Reflective Journal Summary (Assessment Task 5) Name:______________________________ Project reflection summary: 1. Reflection on experience • Reflect on the most significant, unsettling, uncertain, confusing or problematic experiences you have faced. – Describe what happened. – What was I thinking & feeling? – What was good and bad about the experience? – What sense do I make of the situation; how can I apply this; how does it relate to other areas of learning? – What else could I have done? If it arose again, what would I do? 2. Reflect on practice • Reflect on significant project management activities and consider what worked, what didn’t work, ways to improve and lessons learnt. • Reflect on your performance as part of a team of stakeholders, in particular working together with a fellow student. What skills and qualities did you bring to the team and areas for improvement? 3. Reflect on self • Reflect on any changes to your behaviour, attitude or practice and how this experience may assist you in the future as a practicing professional? • Reflect on your assumptions and attitude towards your target population, what you learnt about this population and how did it differ from your expectations? 4. Reflect on learning • Reflect on how you have integrated current knowledge and theories into your role as project manager. • Reflect on new knowledge gained and any identified gaps in your knowledge. 5. Reflect on context • Reflect on your assumptions and attitude towards community based / population level occupational therapy project work, what you learnt about this type of role and how did it differ from your expectations? • Reflect on any social, cultural or organisational barriers or enablers that may have impacted on your performance as project manager. 33 OCC416 Participatory Community Practice 1: Fieldwork OCC416 Participatory Community Practice 1: Fieldwork Reflective practice summary Student: CRITERIA Student ID: 1 2 Marker: 3 4 Reflection on experience No attempt was made to reflect on the experience. Reflections are inaccurate or describe irrelevant fieldwork experiences. Reflections provide a limited description of relevant fieldwork experiences. Reflections provide mostly accurate description of relevant fieldwork experiences. Reflection on practice No attempt was made to reflect on practice. Reflections are inaccurate or analyse irrelevant project management activities. Reflections demonstrate a limited analysis of relevant project management activities. Reflections demonstrate mostly accurate analysis of relevant project management activities. Reflection on self No attempt was made to reflect on self. No attempt was made to reflect on learning. Reflections demonstrate limited analysis of own behaviour, attitudes and practice. Reflections demonstrate limited integration of current knowledge and theories into role as project manager. Reflections demonstrate mostly accurate analysis of own behaviour, attitudes and practice. Reflection on learning Reflections are inaccurate or analyse irrelevant behaviours, attitudes and/or practice. Reflections are inaccurate or integrate irrelevant knowledge and/or theories into role as project manager. Reflection on context No attempt was made to reflect on context. Reflections are inaccurate or irrelevant analysis of own assumptions and attitudes towards community based / population level Reflections demonstrate limited analysis of own assumptions and attitudes towards community based / population level Reflections demonstrate mostly accurate analysis of own assumptions and attitudes towards community based / population level occupational therapy project OCC416 AT7 Project Supervisor Meetings (Overview) Reflections demonstrate mostly accurate integration of current knowledge and theories into role as project manager. 5 Reflections provide accurate and thorough description of significant fieldwork experiences. Reflections demonstrate accurate and thorough analysis of significant project management activities. Reflections demonstrate accurate and thorough analysis of own behaviour, attitudes and practice. Reflections demonstrate accurate and thorough integration of current knowledge and theories into role as project manager. Reflections demonstrate accurate and thorough analysis of own assumptions and attitudes towards community based / population level Work is presented in a professional manner Poorly written. Poor structure or organisation. occupational therapy project work. Appropriate grammar and expression; some errors. Report structure and flow adequate. occupational therapy project work. Appropriate grammar and expression; some errors. Proficient organisation, structure and format. work. Well written with appropriate grammar and expression, few errors. Proficient organisation, structure and format. Well presented. occupational therapy project work. Highly professional writing. No spelling or grammatical errors, logical sequencing of ideas, excellent presentation. Comments Grade: /30 OCC416 AT7 Project Supervisor Meetings (Overview) Research about the values and principles of SBAHC (Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City) we took a little tour inside the Stroke and TBI department trying to find project ideas We asked the workers for any problems they have inside the city we trying to select our population We observe different population trying to identify problems for each population Finally, we decide that our targeted populations are caregivers as one of the therapists told us a story about a setter who committed suicide in one of the bathrooms in the City since they were taking care of their little brother and there was a huge emotional burden, this story motivated us and opened our eyes on the fact that this population is neglected by the community Project title: Occupational Therapy Strategies for Occupational Performance Issues Experienced by Caregivers of Persons with Disability In the first visit: issues that needs to be addressed in the city were identified. In the second visit: primary information about the population such as room numbers, and the issue were gathered. In the third visit: group members developed interview questions in both English and Arabic. Then, they tried to obtain approval for recording and conducting the interview. Finally, in the fourth visit, team members plan to conduct the interview on the targeted population. In the first progress report, team members were planning on conducting an interview with caregivers. Therefore, in the 6th week and the 7th week we were able to interview 5 paid and unpaid caregivers between the ages 18-45 and collect sufficient data about the targeted population for the project action plan (interview questions about ( Demographic questions-Lisure activites related questions-Productive activites related questions-Self-care activites related questions-Open questions about their suggestions and ideas and how they deal with caregiving burden). In the 8th week, data were analyzed, and the population needs were identified. These needs were well-illustrated by team members using the Person Environment Occupation (PEO) Model (refer to Appendix B). In the 9th week, team managers designed a logo for the project, identified population goals, environmental goals and established the deliverables. Then, in the same week, team members wrote a letter contained the following: 1) introduction about the issue 2) population needs 3) deliverables 4) the importance of the project to SBAHC. This letter was sent to Public Relations in SBAHC as it was suggested by The Patient Experience Department and the supervisors. However, up until the 11th week, there was no response from the public relations department. So, team members discussed the project with other responsible people in SBAHC and it seemed that some of the deliverables are almost impossible to be implemented or approved. Negatives/ •The room was small, which they gave us to sit and do meetings • We did not have a clear person who responsible us every time they threw us at someone, • A large place and those responsible for implementing the requirements of the project are many people and it is difficult to communicate with them Issue: SBAHC is a large rehabilitation center with a myriad of different departments, therefore, the people responsible for the project deliverables are numerous, and hard to locate in such a short period of time. In other words, each deliverable requires different responsibilities, hence, different administrator.
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