MGMT20140- Blog and Learning Reflections

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MGMT20140- Blog and Learning Reflections

Assessment 3 (Blog and Learning Reflections)

 Assessment Criteria

  • Demonstrate regular use of the weekly blog by providing clear cross-referencing between report and at least 8 time-stamped meaningful blog entries THROUGHOUT the term (20%)
  • Demonstration of candid and critical self-analysis, including reflection on knowledge AND personal development directly linked to examples of own behaviour to identify personal strengths and weaknesses (30%)
  • Ability to devise an action plan, supported by literature, that addresses key development needs and identifies specific activities and appropriate timeframes for implementation (20%)
  • Demonstrate a breadth and quality of research by using a minimum of 10 high-quality sources (10%)
  • Correct use of the APA referencing system (10%)
  • Contribution to the group in assessment 2 as evaluated by yourself and your group members (Self- and Peer-Assessment) (10%)


See Moodle for more detailed assessment rubric. Late submission and academic misconduct penalties apply as per the university regulations.

As Masters students you are required to engage in research as per the Australia Quality Framework (AQF) guidelines. Two specific requirements need to be considered. Students need to demonstrate “a body of knowledge that includes the understanding of recent developments in a discipline and/or area of professional practice, and demonstrate “knowledge of research principles and methods applicable to a field of work and/or learning”. MGMT20140- Blog and Learning Reflections

Each unit in your course has a number of required weekly readings in terms of academic texts, journals and business publications that represent the appropriate body of knowledge and recent developments referred to by the AQF. In order to demonstrate the ability to engage in appropriate research, students should read and utilise these texts and journals and publications, and as Masters students, indicate a willingness to research beyond this minimum standard through additional texts, journals and studies that demonstrate an ability to engage in independent research.

Students should insure that they understand the specific research that is required for each assessment piece and recognise that if they meet this minimum requirement, you will receive the minimum grade for demonstrated research.


Your attention is drawn to the University’s stated position on plagiarism.


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