Indigenous Education – Critical Reflection
The critical reflections should draw on the course discussions, films, readings, and/or face-to-face sessions.
Each critical reflection can have a short introduction that summarizes what you will be writing about.
Please note that you are critically reflecting and NOT summarizing.
Use this opportunity to critically reflect and show the instructor that you have a deeper understanding of the topic you are writing about.
Critical reflections should be more comprehensive than the discussion posts.
Possible questions to ask yourself while writing:
•What was interesting about the topic? (or not)
•Why was it interesting ornot?
•How do you relate to the topic or how will you incorporate your learning into yourlife?
Critical reflections must be 2-3 typed pages, double spaced, 12 pt.TNR font. APA citation style.