Personal Development Plan

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an analysis of your development needs supported by a personal development plan that demonstrates an evaluation of your current skills and identifies your strengths and your development needs for success in your studies and iin your chosen career path. your personal development plan will be supported by information contained in your reflective learining journal and self-assessments.

Professional Practice I CW2 Assignment Briefing 124LON End of Module Assessment In your End of Module Assessment you are asked to “critically evaluate your skills as a strategic learner”: An Analysis of your Development Needs supported by a Personal Development Plan that demonstrates an evaluation of your current skills and identifies your strengths and your development needs for success in your studies and in your chosen career path. Your Personal Development Plan will be supported by information contained in your Reflective Learning journal and self-assessments (VAK). Development Needs Analysis  Section A Working with others: Write a reflective report about your progression as a team player (900 words)  Make assessments of your learning and working styles (e.g. Honey & Mumford or VAK) and how your personal style contributes to working in teams.  Analyse your 'journey' as a member of your assigned team. It should be clear how your position within the team and your contribution to the work have developed throughout the course of this module (from week 1 to week 10), e.g. your confidence, responsibilities and interaction with team members. Development Needs Analysis  Section B  Working independently: Effective self-marketing using LinkedIn (600 words)  Briefly describe why effective self-marketing is important for your career.  Demonstrate how you can make the best use of your personal LinkedIn profile in order to successfully market yourself. End of Module Assessment Recommended Structure Section One: Development Needs Analysis (explanation and justification) Word Count: 1500 Section Two: Skills Audit & Personal Development Plan (Template Provided in Moodle) Section Three: Appendices – VAK questionnaire & Learning Journal Deliverables  All submitted via Moodle as one Microsoft Word document:  1. Development Needs Analysis (1500 words excluding title page, appendices, PDP, Learning Journal etc)  2. Skills Audit & Personal Development Plan (template provided in Moodle)  3. Reflective Learning Journal (template provide in Moodle)  4. Your answers to the VAK questionnaire Introduction What should an introduction do?  alert a reader’s interest  indicate the scope and direction of the paper, and act as a navigation guide to its reading.  show the reader how you are approaching the question  provide a context for the main issue  indicate the focus of the paper interpreting and The body of your academic paper:  The body of an academic paper must contain the arguments supporting your analysis. After you have presented your arguments or focus of your paper, you must back up your statements in a well-organised series of paragraphs supported by in-text citations and/or quotations. Together, these paragraphs make up the bulk of your paper. Conclusion The conclusion may include:  a summary of the arguments presented in the body of your paper and how these relate to the assessment question  a restatement of the main point of view presented in the introduction in response to the topic  the implications of this view or what might happen as a result. End of Module Assessment Recommended Structure for your PDP Section Two: Personal Development Plan (Template Provided in Moodle) PDP: A Poor Student A Poor Student: Learning Journal Date What I Did Week 8 I was in a group discussion an I presented by point of view Why I Did It What I Learned How or Where I Could Apply What I Learned It was part of the class so it was required My colleagues listened to my ideas and thought they were good In all my group meetings when it is my job to provide information • Did not refer to their Learning Journal as evidence • Did not critically reflect about learning experience Improvement or Development Required No – I feel confident about sharing my ideas End of Module Assessment Indicative Information Sources  Kolb’s theory of experiential learning  Learning styles questionnaires (VAK)  Learning journal  Skills Audit  Evidence of your own research into Learning Styles, Academic and Transferable Skills, Teamwork Skills and Self Awareness Methods  Supported by accurate in-text citations and a List of References using the CULC Harvard Referencing Style End of Module Assessment Deadline Date & Time: See Moodle 124LON Remember – Students are required to pass all assignments in Professional Practice I (40% or more).Students who do not achieve at least 40% will fail the module. Good luck with your submission. 124LON

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