DMartin_reflection

DMartin_reflection - lReflectionAssignment

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lReflection Assignment Instructions:  Please answer the following questions in the spaces provided below. There are no  right or wrong answers, and there are no minimum or maximum word limits for your answers.  You will discuss your answers with your advisor when you meet over the phone for your  curriculum planning session.  Be sure to fill in all of the fields below. When you finish, save the document with your first initial  and last name in the file name (e.g., jsmith_reflection.doc). Then send the document to your  faculty member. Name: David Martin Date: 11/6/2010 lPart 1: Overall Course Experience     1. Describe your overall experience during this course. What were the highlights? Was there  anything you did not feel was useful? I was really surprised how I found time to get all my assignments done because of working full  time. I thought that the team assignment was useful, but that was also my biggest struggle.  There isn’t anything during this course that I found not useful.  2. What do you see as your obstacles to succeeding at Ellis? What can you do to overcome  those obstacles? One obstacle to succeeding at Ellis, is learning to work on team assignments with other  students. I will have to get in contact with them to overcome my anxiety of working with others;  that effects my grades. Another obstacle is that I need to work on my time management skills. To  overcome it I will have to stop procrastinating.  3. Do you have any questions about the Ellis University course environment, course structure, or  policies? What was your reaction to these features of the online learning experience?
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Hall during the Spring '11 term at Old Dominion.

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