25RS1_6_Identifying_career_building_skil

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Unformatted text preview: PDE ENG 25 - Module 1: Identifying Opportunities Career Building O As ssignment Questi ions & Rubric Modul 1: Identify le ying Career Building O r Opportunities Assignme ent Option 1: Firs Person Per st rspective (Ans swer Part A a B) and Part A. Reflect ting on past exp perience. Think back to your last work te T erm, or work exp perience, respon to the followi questions. nd ing 1. Befor you got settled into the job, wha was one career re d at r-building skill yo thought you w ou would develop? Ex xplain. 2. Did you develop that s during that w experience? Explain (why or why not). y skill work ? r 3. What other / additiona learning did yo gain from that work experience? Explain the ben t al ou ? nefits to your care development. eer Part B. Proje P ecting forward for strategic pl lanning. Knowing what you know now i relation to yo past work ter respond to t following qu K y in our rm, the uestions. 1. What is a career-build skill that you hope to gain from this work term Explain. t ding u m? 2. What are 2 main chall t lenges that you m might face in tryin to learn that skill? Explain. ng 3. What plans can you pu in place to help you address the two challenges? Explain. t ut p e Option 2 Second Perso Perspecti (Answer P O S on ive Part A and B B) Part A. Reflect P ting on past exp perience. Thinking back on the character's reported expe T o eriences in PDE ENG15, respond to the following questions. d 1. What would have been a reasonable ca t n areer-building skill for the fictiona co-op student to select for the wo term that span al o ork nned PDEN NG15? Explain. 2. Did it appear that the f fictional co-op stu udent developed that skill? Explai in. 3. What additional learni would you sa that your co-op student should h t ing ay p have gained from the work term th you would co m hat onsider important in terms of c contributing to ca areer developmen Explain. nt? Part B. Project P ting forward fo strategic plan or nning. After reading th journal entry for Module 1, respond to the f A he y following quest tions in terms of the student's w f work term (throu ughout PDENG25). P 1. What is a career-build skill that the co-op student sho focus on for this term (PDEN t ding ould r NG25)? Explain. 2. What are 2 main chall t lenges that you an nticipate the fictio co-op studen will face in term of developing that skill? Expla onal nt ms g ain 3. What plan could the fi t fictional character put in place to h address the tw challenges? E r help wo Explain Created: Fall 200 C 05 Last Modified: September 12, 2007 L S 2005-2008 Page 1 of 3 Faculty of Engineering f University of Waterloo y CGM/CB/2005 v.1 PDE ENG 25 - Module 1: Identifying Opportunities Career Building O As ssignment Questi ions & Rubric Rubric Option 1 First Perso Perspect on tive Part A and Part B Part A. Refle P ecting on Pas Work Expe st erience Question Q 1 goal g Crit teria Dem monstrates unde erstanding of the conc of "career cept build ding skill" in relatio to on the marketplace. m monstrates ability to o Dem evalu self in relation to uate n past career goals. [S] Strong Response g ong Shows stro insight into the role of a career-building skill in the context of past rience. work exper Draws on m multiple personal experiences to show how ied the identifi skill was learned (or not learned) r Relates per rsonal insight into impact of experiential t learning on personal career n developme and future ent goals. [C] Competent Clearly identifies a s career-building sk in kill the context of pas work st experience. Draws on personal ow experience to sho how the identified skil was ll learned (or not le earned) Relates personal insight into impact of ning on experiential learn personal career development. [W] W Weak fies Identif a very general career-building skill in the con ntext of past work experie ence. Draws on general ence to show how experie the identified skill was d learned (or not learned) evidence of insight Little e into im mpact of experie ential learning on personal career pment. develop [I]Incomplete Does not identi a careerify building skill a appropriate for the workpla ace 2 learning l outcome o 3 learning l impact/ i connection c ws Draw connections betw ween additional lear rning and career goals. Fails to make c connections between goal a learning and outcome. gests lack of Response sugg self-awareness. Fails to identify additional fy learning or una to able explain how ad dditional learning contrib butes to career. Part B. Proje ecting Forwa ard Question Q 1 goal g and context c Crit teria ntifies an Iden appr ropriate careerbuild ding skill for a give work context en [S] Strong Identifies a caree er-building skill appropriate to w work context, clarifies assumptions, and provides s le a strong rational for skill development in relation to professional care goals. eer Provides insight into two separate t situations of con ncern(s) within the work context and in relation to skill. Both identifie ed career building s challenges go be eyond the most obvious. Separate solution for 2 challenges ns s are framed as via plans that are able in keeping with the individual's and e. current context a past experience [C] Competen nt areer-building Identifies a ca skill appropria to work ate context, and p provides a clear rationale for choice of e career-buildin skill. ng Identifies and explains two basic challeng relating to ges learning identified career building skill, and relates to work context. tions for each Separate solut challenge seem viable for m the given work context. k [W Weak W] Id dentifies a career-bu uilding sk and provides a basic kill, ra ationale for choice without re eference to workpla ace co ontext. dentifies a single ch hallenge Id to developing skills; and/or o ; makes weak or indir m rect re eference to work co ontext. [I] Inco omplete ot Does no identify a career b building skill 2 achieve a learning l ntifies potential Iden challenges (in tion to a career relat build ding skill) ot Does no identify a challen relating to nge develop ping careerbuilding skill. g 3 overcome o challenges c ntifies appropriate Iden solut tions to challenges associated h with skill deve elopment Created: Fall 200 C 05 Last Modified: September 12, 2007 L S 2005-2008 olutions to challeng are ges So qu uestionable for the given work context; and/or a w r si ingle solution is pre esented fo both challenges. or Solutions to nges are challen missing g Page 2 of 3 Faculty of Engineering f University of Waterloo y CGM/CB/2005 v.1 PDE ENG 25 - Module 1: Identifying Opportunities Career Building O As ssignment Questi ions & Rubric Op ption 2 Seco ond Person Perspectiv Part A a ve and Part B Part A. Refle P ecting on Pas Work Expe st erience Questio on 1 goal Criteria Demonstra understanding ates of the conc of "career cept building sk kill" in relation to the marketp place for another individual. ates Demonstra ability to make assum mptions and evaluate sk development kill for another person. r [S] Strong Resp ponse Shows strong ins sight into the role of a career-b building skill in the context of pa work ast experience for th selected he character. Assum mptions are clearly stated and supported. d Draws on separa specific ate, evidence from th log entries he and personal exp perience to illustrate learning (or not) g associated with a assumed learning of identi ified skill; Relates personal insight into ential learning impact of experie on personal caree development er and future goals. [C] Competent Clearly identifies a career-building sk in kill the context of past work t experience of the r. fictional character Draws on specific g evidence from log entries to illustrate assum med learning (or not) entified associated with ide skill; Relates personal in nsight into impact of experiential learning on personal career development. [W] We eak Identifie a very general es career-bu uilding skill in the conte of past work ext experien of the nce fictional character. Draws o general on evidence from the log e entries to illustrate o learning (or not) ed associate with identified skill; Little ev vidence of insight into impact of ntial learning on experien personal career l developm ment. [I]Incomplete Does not identify a careery building skill app propriate for the fictional characte er. 2 g learning outcom me Fails to make con nnections between goal and learning d outcome, and/or does not provide og evidence from lo entries. 3 g learning impact/ / connect tion nections between Draws conn additional learning and l career deve elopment for another per rson. Fails to identify a additional learning or unabl to explain how le additional learnin contributes to ng career. Part B. Proje P ecting Forwa ard Question 1 goal and context Criteria Identifies an ap ppropriate career-building skill for g another person given n, limited inform mation on work context Identifies potential at challenges tha may be faced by some eone else (in relation to a ca areer building skill) Identifies appr ropriate solutions to ch hallenges associated with skill h development [S] Strong ntifies a career-buil lding skill Iden appropriate to work co ontext for character r, rifies assumptions, and provides a clar stro rationale for skill development in ong rela ation to professiona career goals. al vides insight into two potential Prov challenges within the w work context and in ation to career build ding skill. Provides s rela supp through refere port ence to character's past experience and be t ehaviours. parate solutions for 2 challenges are Sep fram as viable plans that are in keeping med s g with the character's cu h urrent context, past t experience, and past b behaviours. [C] Competen nt Identifies a ca areer-building skill appropria to work ate context for the character, and e provides a clea rationale for ar choice of career-building skill. Identifies and explains two basic challeng relating to ges learning identi ified career building skill for character, work context. and relates to w tions for each Separate solut challenge seem viable for the m given work co ontext, and the character's past experience r. and behaviour [W] Weak Identifies a single challenge e for the character's skill s development; and makes d/or weak or indirect r reference to work context. Identifies a career r-building skill for the character, and provides a basic rationale for ference to choice without ref workplace contex xt. Solutions to challe enges are questionable for th given he work context; and a single d/or solution is present for both ted challenges. [I] Incomplete oes Do not identify a car building skill for reer f cha aracter, AND/OR doe not describe wor es rk con ntext. Do not identify a oes cha allenge for characte er rela ating to developing g car reer-building skill. lutions to challenge es Sol are missing. e 2 achieve learning 3 overcome challenges Created: Fall 200 C 05 Last Modified: September 12, 2007 L S 2005-2008 Page 3 of 3 Faculty of Engineering f University of Waterloo y CGM/CB/2005 v.1 ...
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2008 for the course PDENG 25 taught by Professor Online during the Spring '08 term at Waterloo.

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