Write a summary and analysis of your experiential learning from completing the journal entries. Organize your paper using the headings listed below to be sure you address each of the elements of this assessment.
Journal Activity Summary
- List each journal activity (for example, 4.1 Appreciative Inquiry) you completed for this assessment.
- Include a very brief description of the activity with in-text citations and references as needed to identify the location or source of the activity or additional resources.
- Summarize your personal reflections and insights to demonstrate what you learned from each of these experiential learning activities.
- Describe how these experiential activities or the character strengths they represent are related to optimal human functioning.
Application to Personal, Professional, or Social Issues
- Summarize how what you learned from the activities and the study of character strengths for this assessment may be applied to personal issues in your life, professional issues as in an educational or work setting, or social issues such as aging, mental health versus mental illness, and happiness and well-being.
- Analyze the strengths and weaknesses (advantages and disadvantages, pros and cons) of applying what you learned or the character strengths studied to the personal, professional, or social issues.
- Include supportive research findings related to these topics (1–2 scholarly resources).
Be sure to use APA formatted in-text citations and references for the activity tools you select and cite all scholarly sources where appropriate. Your writing should be scholarly and professional, using proper APA formatting and style.
- Written communication: Written communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
- APA formatting: Your paper should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting.
- Length: Your paper should be 3–4 typed and double-spaced pages, not including cover sheet and reference page.
- References: Your paper should include 1–2 properly cited scholarly resources.
- Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.