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Use materials covered as part of this course and from elsewhere to answer the following questions. These questions are reflective inquiries or have significant reflective components; answer accordingly. In other words, reflect deeply. The answer to each question should be at least 250 words and there is NO maximum limit.

Course Improvement {2 points each}

Question #1

Which of the Learning Activities did you find the most interesting? Why? Which Learning Activity was the most helpful in understanding the importance of learning about the history of our profession? Why?

Question #2

Given that this is an online course, were the weekly reflections and their deadlines useful in keeping you moving forward through the course? What alternative methods to the weekly reflections do you suggest that could be used to gauge your progress through the material and assess your comprehension of it?

Question #3

What pertinent topics, not covered in the course, do you feel might be important to add to this course? Why? Should they be added to the content or replace something (what?)?

Great Moments {5 points}

Question #4

What new moment would you add to Great Moments in Pharmacy series painted by artist Robert Thom?

  •  Draw, sketch, or illustrate your ‘moment” someway;
  •  Write the caption that goes below the picture; and
  •  Explain your rationale for making this a “Great Moment”.

( This question could be difficult; just use your imagination).

Learning from the Past, Going Forward {5 points}

Question #5

  1. a) How did your views on Pharmacists and the Profession of Pharmacy changed?
  2. b) Pharmacy is a rapidly changing profession. Where do you see the profession in 10 years?
  3. c) What do you think will be important skills you will need to practice in the future?

Apply wisdom about pharmacy’s past to guide evolving changes in the pharmacy profession.

After digesting 10 weeks’ worth of historical content on your profession, there should have been some effect on your prior perceptions of Pharmacy.

Creativity {7 points}

Question #6

Design a unique history of pharmacy learning activity for this course:

  •  Create a descriptive title;
  •  Write a short introduction (explaining the overall objective and purpose of the learningexercise);
  •  List the steps to be followed or questions to be answered by the students as part of the assignment;
  •  What is the desired end product? and
  •  How it would be graded.

Creativity is rewarded here!!

Format

Your reflection should be formatted in the same matter as the questions, with the question number listed and the corresponding answer given below it. The answer to each question should be at least 250 words and there is NO maximum limit.

Reflections must be posted by the due date using 12-point, Times New Roman font, and 1.5 line spacing.

Please post your EOS Comprehensive Reflective Assessment as Microsoft Word document; do NOT post in PDF format.

Individual question grading rubrics

The below rubrics will guide the grading for the questions. Course Improvement (all three questions)

Great Moments

  •  0 points = reflections do not demonstrate evidence of critical thinking.
  •  2.5 points = multiple parts missing or reflections show minimal analysis andsynthesis to create a strong post that partially states the case and contains minimalevidence
  •  4 points = only 1 part missing or reflections show evidence of critical thinking at aproficient level
  •  5 points = detailed, unique, creative, reflections show evidence of critical thinkingat a high level.Learning from the Past, Going Forward
  •  0 points = reflections do not demonstrate evidence of critical thinking.
  •  2.5 points = multiple parts missing or reflections show minimal analysis andsynthesis to create a strong post that partially states the case and contains minimalevidence
  •  4 points = only 1 part missing or reflections show evidence of critical thinking at aproficient level
  •  5 points = detailed, unique, creative, reflections show evidence of critical thinkingat a high level.Creativity
  •  0 points = reflections do not demonstrate evidence of critical thinking.
  •  2.5 points = multiple parts missing or reflections show minimal analysis andsynthesis to create a strong post that partially states the case and contains minimalevidence
  •  4 points = only 1 part missing or reflections show evidence of critical thinking at aproficient level
  •  5 points = detailed, unique, creative, reflections show evidence of critical thinking

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  •  0 points = no answer; no discernable meaning; used a reference’s definition; no reflection
  •  1 point = minimal response; no unique details, minimal reflection
  •  20 points = detailed, unique, reflective answers

at a high level.

 

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