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The Research Project Self-Assessment presents you with 5 questions that require you to reflect on your progress in COMM1085. For each question, aim to write approximately 3 sentences in response. Responses that are brief, vague, or impersonal are likely to receive a lower score, and – of equal importance – these kinds of responses are less likely to provide you with insights that will help to guide you through the final stages of the Research Project.
All 5 questions will be scored according to the following rubric:
Effective and Meaningful 3 points-Response is thorough, thoughtful, clear, and specific.
Somewhat Effective and Meaningful 2 points-Response is generally reflective, but lacks some combination of depth, detail, and clarity.
Ineffective / Incomplete 1 point-Response fails to demonstrate that the student has thoughtfully considered the question and/or the status of their Research Project.
No Reflection Provided 0 points-Student has not responded to this question.
Question 1 (3 points)
Areas of Strength:
What aspects of your project are you feeling most confident about? Refer to the assignment instructions, assignment rubric, and/or feedback you have received along the way. As you discuss your work, try to use terms that we have learned throughout the course. For example, maybe you are proud of the thesis statement that you have developed in response to your research question.
Question 2 (3 points)Areas for Improvement:
What aspects of your project do you think would benefit from further development. Refer to the assignment instructions, assignment rubric, and/or feedback you have received along the way. As you discuss your work, try to use terms that we have learned throughout the course. For example, maybe you feel like a particular body paragraph lacks sufficient supporting evidence.
Question 3 (3 points)
What has been the most rewarding aspect of this project so far? In other words, how do you think it might help you going forward? For example, you might have found the proposal had a positive impact on the development of your research project, or perhaps you believe your experience writing the outline assignment will change the way you approach projects in future. Or, maybe you are pleased to have developed new understanding on a topic that is important in your field.
Question 4 (3 points)Biggest Challenge:
What has been the most challenging aspect of the research project so far? Why do you think this aspect in particular proved challenging? What strategies did you employ to overcome this challenge?
Question 5 (3 points)Crossing the Finish Line:
What aspects of the assignment do you think will be the most challenging and/or time-consuming as you attempt to complete your First Draft of the Research Project? Is there a specific aspect of the assignment that you are confused about or unsure how to do? What can you do to meet these challenges and/or what support might you seek from your instructor or other academic support services available through Conestoga?