personal narrative

The personal narrative is your reflection (500 1250 word essay or a 3 – 4 minute video) about what you have learned about yourself this term and how you can build upon this knowledge while a student at Hult.  You might reflect on how you have developed your soft skills this term (creativity, collaboration, persuasion, adaptability and emotional intelligence). You could also reflect on the results of a number of self-assessments that will be conducted in class about different aspects of you cultural differences, strengths, team roles, personality, interpersonal skills, etc, as well as your experience in working in a team. Any and all aspects of what we have covered in the course may be included. 

Rubric
Personal Narrative
Personal Narrative
Criteria    Ratings    Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePersonal Narrative
80.0 pts
Full Marks (A)
The personal narrative describes clearly and insightfully describes learnings taken from a variety of assessments conducted throughout the course, as well as a nuanced commentary about how these results could be perceived. The narrative also clearly and concisely identifies relevant actions that can be taken as a result of these learnings about how to improve as a student and future leader with clear examples given of how these actions can be taken.
64.0 pts
Good
The personal narrative clearly describes learnings taken from a variety of assessments conducted throughout the course, as well as commentary about how these results could be perceived. The narrative also clearly identifies relevant action that can be taken as a result of these learnings about how to improve as a student and future leader.
56.0 pts
Adequate
The personal narrative describes some learnings taken from one or two assessments conducted throughout the course, but lacks real commentary about how these results could be perceived. The narrative identifies some action that can be taken as a result of these learnings about how to improve as a student and future leader.
48.0 pts
Inadequate
The personal narrative makes no attempt to describe learnings taken from a variety of assessments conducted throughout the course, as well as lacking any commentary about how these results could be perceived. The narrative does not identify actions (or identifies irrelevant actions) that can be taken as a result of these learnings about how to improve as a student and future leader.
0.0 pts
Fail
Insufficient or no work
80.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganisation, clarity, presentation and referencing
20.0 pts
Full Marks
Narrative demonstrates concise and consistent content. Transitions between ideas are handled well. Formatting is appropriate and free of errors and is well structured. References are clear and correctly created. Essay or video is presented to an excellent aesthetic standard.
16.0 pts
Good
Paper is organized and clear. Errors do not detract from overall ideas. Could have used better transitions between ideas. Some grammar or spelling errors. Paper is well structured. References are passable but could be more complete. Paper is presented to a high aesthetic standard.
14.0 pts
Adequate
Paper is organized and clear. Errors do not detract from overall ideas. Could have used better transitions between ideas. Some grammar or spelling errors. Report conforms to structure set out in the syllabus. Basic references. Paper is presented to an acceptable aesthetic standard.
12.0 pts
Inadequate
Writing needs outside support. The main ideas are getting lost as a result of the grammar and spelling errors. Report is poorly presented with no structure. Referencing is poor, incomplete and/or not done correctly. Little consideration of aesthetics is taken.
0.0 pts
Fail
Insufficient or no work
20.0 pts
Total Points: 100.0

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