Create a Learning Journal, a place where you collect your thoughts and provide your reflections on topics related to Organizational Behavior. The Learning Journal should contain

Assignment Instructions

Create a Learning Journal, a place where you collect your thoughts and provide your reflections on topics related to Organizational Behavior. The Learning Journal should contain:

  • Answers to at least three (3) of the Learning Journal questions or topics found at the end of each of Modules 5-7.
  • You will have a minimum of 12 entries (three (3) per module).
  • Each entry should be 100-250 words.
  • Clearly identify which questions you are answering by module and topic. (TIP: Copy and paste the questions you are answering into your online journal.)
  • If you use outside sources beyond the ones mentioned in the journal prompts, or if you use direct quotations from the prompts, you will need to cite the sources using APA format.
  • Just as in the Final Project for this course, if you mention a current or previous employer or co-worker/manager in your journal, please change the name(s).
  • Additional notes or reflections (optional)

Unlike other assignments you may have had in other college courses, this journal can be informally written. It is perfectly acceptable, even encouraged, to say “I” or “we” in this assignment. Parts of the journal may even be hand-written or drawn (flow charts, mind maps, etc.); if you choose to do this for parts of your journal, you can use photographs of handwritten material.

Assignment Instructions

Length 100-250 words per entry (three (3) journal entries for each Module 1-4 = 12 total)
Font 12 point font
Program/File Type Submit through the assignment textbox
Attachments Should be pasted into the Word document if possible.
Referencing system APA referencing system is necessary in assignments, especially material copied from the Internet.

For examples of correct citations, visit the following links:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/


Learning Journal Assessment Rubric

CATEGORY Expert Proficient Apprentice Novice
Learning Journal Entries 70 points
Student includes a minimum of nine entries (three per module)
56 points
Student includes 6-7 entries
42 points
Student includes 4-5 entries
0 points
Student includes fewer than 4 entries
Word Count 20 points
A great majority of the student’s journal entries are 100-250 words each, making the total word count at least 900 words
0 points
Student’s journal entries are frequently less than 100 words, making the total word count fewer than 800 words

0 points
Student’s journal entries are frequently less than 100 words, making the total word count fewer than 800 words

0 points
Student’s journal entries are frequently less than 100 words, making the total word count fewer than 800 words
Mechanics – Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling 10 points
Student makes no errors in grammar, punctuation, or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
8 points
Student makes 1-2 errors in grammar, punctuation, or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
6 points
Student makes 3-4 errors in grammar, punctuation, or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
0 points
Student makes more than 4 errors in grammar, punctuation, or spelling that distract the reader from the content.


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