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    oster workshop

    • 10-15 references are needed
    • Vancouver style in the references
    • the topic of the poster should be clearly related to the context
    • the poster should attract the attention
    • the poster should focus in single messages
    • good balance between graphics & images (tells the story not to much text)
    • ordered: keep sequence ordered and obvious to follow( introduction context method discussion result conclusion)
    • heading is important
    • personal reflection is important as last part of the assignment

    Day 4 Assignment discussion
    1- abstract
    2- poster
    3- reflection in E portfolio


    • No reference
    • No sub heading
    • Max 2 paragraph
    • 200-250 words
    • title of the abstract same of the poster
    • no bullets
    • no need for front page
    • put your university ID
    There is check list and the abstract should meet the learning outcomes of that checklist

    • use the template for poster that provided in the OLP
    • title of the poster should be in 101 font size
    • the body of the poster should be in font 42
    • poster should be on A0
    • you have to save it as Jped
    • reference in the poster should be in Vancouver style and not alphabetically or numerically
    • no word count (put what you like)
    • put your university ID

    • it should be around 1000 words and you to fill it in the E port polio
    • put your university ID
    • use the Gibbes(1988) Reflective cycle

    1- Stage 1: Description of the event

    Describe in detail the event you are reflecting on, including such detaul as where were you, who else was there, why were you there, what were you doing, what were other people doing, what was the context of the event, what happened, what was your part, what parts did the other people play, what was the result

    2- Stage 2: Feelings

    Try to recall and explore the things that were going on inside your head, such as why does this event stick in your mind? Include how you were feeling when the event started, what you were thinking about at the time, how did it make you feel, how did other people make you feel, how did you feel about the outcome of the event, what do you think about it now

    3- Stage 3: Evaluation
    Try to evaluate or make a judgment about what has happened. Consider what was good about the experience and what was bad about the experience or didn’t go so well

    4- Stage 4: Analysis
    Break the event down into its component parts so they can be explored separately. You may need to ask more detailed questions about the answers to the last stage. You should include what went well, what did you do well, what did others do well, what went wrong or did not turn out how it should have done, in what way did you or others contribute to this.

    5- Stage 5: Conclusion

    This differs from the evaluation stage in that now you have explored the issue from different angles and have a lot of information to base your judgment. Here you need to develop insight into you own and other people’s behavior in terms of how they contributed to the outcome of the event. Remember the purpose of reflection is to learn from an experience. Without detailed analysis and honest exploration that occurs during all the previous stages, it is unlikely that all aspects of the event will be taken into account and therefore valuable opportunities for learning can be missed. During this stage you should ask yourself what you could have done different

    6- Stage 6: Action plan

    During this stage you should think yourself forward into encountering the event again and to plan what you would do – would you act differently or would you be likely to do the same?

    There is copy of the evaluation form which I will evaluated base on

    No need to submit hardcopy only you need to submit softcopy

    Learning outcomes 1-5 (these are very important to use it)

    When you are doing the assignment you should focus in learning outcomes 3-5

    Learning outcomes #3 (academic poster requirement & poster workshop)
    Learning outcomes #4 (checklist + abstract)
    Learning outcomes #5(Reflection: what did you do to make the poster the good and bad things, the challenges and learning lesions, it is not about the module content, additional resources for the reflection in the E port polio)

    Components 1-10
    • choose one from the list
    • write brief introduction then focus in the one sub headings that related to the main topic( for example advantages and disadvantages )
    • bear in mind relate and link the topic to the practice
    • when you choose your theme keep in mind to use the related topic that discussed in the lectures slides
    *********for the following Topic to develop a poster presentation and a short abstract: