The purpose of this paper is to offer the student an individual opportunity to reflect on the course genetics course readings, supplemental reading offerings, case studies, lectures, discussions and various activities across the course. Each individual student is to create a REFLECTIVE ESSAY (course outcomes are the following : SAFETY, EVIDENCED BASED PRACTICE, COMMUNICATION, INTERPROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION, QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, AND LEADERSHIP IN THE NURSING FIELD & SUMMARIZING THE ROLES OF NURSES (e.g, Nurses are patient’s ADVOCATE, EDUCATE PATIENTS )outlining two examples of activities completed focusing on how this course has engaged and fulfilled learning platforms for all seven Program Outcomes while integrating Course Outcomes. All seven program outcomes should be discussed using course outcomes as examples. Students should offer at least two examples of activities from the class experience to explain each and every program outcome. This reflective writing should be between 5 and 6 pages long, following 6TH edition of APA format and a minimum of three references per paragraph.
REFERENCE MATERIALS OF AT LEAST 3 ARTICLES FROM UNITED STATE OF AMERICA NURSING JOURNAL& NO LATER THAN 3 YEARS (2016-2019)
Rubric for Reflection Writing Assignment
-Conveys understanding of assignment
-frames discussion of program outcomes and course outcomes.
-frames discussion well
-advanced demonstration of comprehension of task
-significant demonstration of comprehension of task
-acceptable demonstration of comprehension of task
-negligible demonstration of comprehension of task
-Examples offered in context program outcomes.
-Consistency of material
-Peer reviewed material
-extensive presence of accurate supporting evidence.
-evidence is consistently relevant to task
-accurate and logical conclusion
-extraordinary synthesis of material
-considerable presence of accurate supporting evidence.
-detail is well suited to assignment.
-evidence is relevant to the main idea
-adequate supporting information
-detail is acceptable
-mostly accurate information
-conclusion is present
-material is negligible
-not all resources peer reviewed.
-introduction present and commendable
-body is scholarly
-supporting material is present and germane to assignment
-transitions are smooth and enriching
-reference materials are Nursing journals no later than 3 years
-introduction is effective
-body is supported by material
-supporting material is present and enriching
-transitions are smooth and effective
-reference material are Nsg Journals no later than 5 years
-introduction is acceptable
-body is acceptable but limited
-supporting material limited in scope
-transitions are suitable
– reference materials are Not nursing journals but appropriate material no later than 3 years
-introduction is present
-body of paper is present but not completely supported
-conclusion is present but limited
-supporting material not utilized well
– reference materials are not nursing journals no later than 5 years.
Use of Language
-Varied word choice
-advanced vocabulary used appropriately
-extensive variation in sentence structure and word choice
-body of work is exceptionally coherent and reads very well.
-ample use of professional vocabulary
-effective word choice
-variation in word choice
-paper is coherent and reads very well
-acceptable use of accurate vocabulary
-word choice is satisfactory
-variation in word choice is present
-limited or incorrect vocabulary
-minimal word choice and variation
-lack of coherency
-does not read well
-commendable writing technique
-control of standard writing conventions
-APA format is consistently correct
-effective control of writing technique
-writing conventions are standard
-APA format is standard with few errors
-adequate control of standard writing techniques
-some errors in standard conventions
-APA format has errors
-limited control of standard writing techniques
-errors in conventions
-APA format has significant errors.
Score : /25 x 4 /100