My Reflection on My Degree Course

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My Course Reflection
Andrew P. Fields
US/101
April 27, 2013
Nakia Samuel

My Course Reflection
For this paper I will be discussing the long-term results and the value of completing a degree in higher education, how the tools and assessments over the last nine weeks will help me in future courses, and my career plan. I will also include and reflect on the following four topics; collaborative learning environment, critical thinking, effective study habits and personal learning style, and time stress management. This will be based on facts and my personal experiences. I will be describing how my academic experience over the last nine weeks have prepared me for college and pursuing my career goals.

Once you have graduated from high school or completed your GED (which is what I have done) it is essential to pursue a higher education. A valuable lifelong investment that with the right goals will lead you and your family to financial freedom. I always have believed higher education is an essential investment that all people of society should have. This I feel would reduce poverty and inequality among society as a whole. Having a higher education (degree in college) will allow you to pursue a career of your choice, and it will give you long-term results of a financially stable life.

By utilizing the tools that I have learned in this class I will be able to have an assessment (for) learning. These are the tools that help me lead to my end-goal (e.g. resources, critical thinking, collaborative learning, and reading, writing (properly), observation, conversations, projects, presentations, assignments, and tests). By taking advantage of these tool and having an assessment (for) learning I will be able to have an assessment (of) learning. This will prove that what I have learned has sunk-in and made me...
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