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  • The Knowledge Audit: Heutagogy Applied to Assessment Bill Pelz SLN / HCCC
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  • 1. The Module Recap: What have you learned in this module?
    • First, prepare a 250 word (minimum) recap of the most significant knowledge you gained from this module.
    • When you are ready to submit your recap, click on the New Post link above.
    • The subject of your recap should highlight the most significant thing you learned in the module.
    • Then read and respond substantively to three other student recaps.
    • I grade your Module Recap using a modified Pass/Fail system. If you have satisfied all of the requirements of the assignment, you receive an "A" (95%). The reduction for violations varies with their severity.
    • Write your recap using your word processing application, then paste your completed recap into the message field. Include the word count at the end of your recap - like this: (273).
    • The Module Recap is a "required post" type of discussion forum. You must post your response to this forum before you will see, or have access to, the other students' posts.
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  • 2. Retrospective analysis: In what ways has the knowledge you have gained in this module affected your values, beliefs, ideals, goals and/or behavior?  
    • Create your module knowledge retrospective using the information from your initial recap and the information from the three recaps you responded to.
    • The title of your retrospective should highlight the most significant impact the knowledge from this module has made upon you.
    • This assignment has a 500 word minimum requirement.
    • Submissions to this dropbox are available for the entire class to read.
    • I grade your Module Retrospective using a modified Pass/Fail system. If you have satisfied all of the requirements of the assignment, you receive an "A" (95%). The reduction for violations varies with their severity.
    • I have disabled "attachments" for this assignment. Write your retrospective using your word processing application, then paste your completed retrospective into the message field. Include the the word count at the end of your retrospective - like this: (566).
    • The Module Retrospective is a written assignment. The response you submit will be available to all class members.
  • Retrospective Submissions: 
    • The study of human development answers the "whys" and the "hows"   
    • An important factor of what we learned is being able to apply it to our lives   
    • When I have children, I will be able to notice all the steps they take to develop.   
    • The use of pschyology knowledge has benefits for me and everyone around me.  
    • Breastfeeding has advantages way beyond my original expectations.   
    • How this course so far has affected me   
    • How we can use the study to examine our own lives as adults  
    • The ways module one affected my life and my perception of children  
    • Applying the studies of attachment to my life   
    • This module has broaden my beliefs, ideals and goals to teach children in more effective ways  
    • Developmental Similarities and Differences: thinking about my students and thinking about myself  
    • Where life begins and how it is affected and influence by parents and other factors.   
    • Being nurtured during infancy will increase the liklihood of a more productive and healthy life   
  • 3. The Module Exam
    • The module exam:
      • Is a multiple choice & T/F exam on the chapters covered in the module.
      • Is open book / time-limited
      • May be taken up to 5 times
      • Each exam is comprised of questions selected at random from a huge pool of items from each chapter
      • The recorded exam grade is the average score from all attempts.
      • Value of exams = 10% of the course grade