•Students will submit reflective journal entries related to AIDS,
The purpose of the journal entry is threefold: 1) to allow students to delve more deeply into topics of choice that have been only briefly covered during the course, 2) students learn more effectively when they are able to write and reflect on topics of interest, and 3) I am able to periodically assess student learning and retention throughout the course.The journals are typically 1-2 pages single-spaced.
Grading of Reflective eJournals: Students will keep a journal of reactions, thoughts, and beliefs regarding the public health issues discussed in class and in the readings. At the minimum, I am looking for a minimum synthesis of 3 major take-home points that were addressed in the past week's lessons - and thoughts and beliefs about those issues. A place to start: what were the major take-a-way points from today's discussion/lecture and how do these issues affect you, your family and the community? Were there any news reports or recent films or interviews on the topic? How important is this topic to Public health?
Journals will be checked by the Professor and feedback provided electronically.
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