I don't know what they want.
I can demonstrate that I understand the papers and other materials they've directed me to
I can give examples of how my thinking about learning, and professional practice, has changed already
I can see how different learning theories fit with different learning practices
But I don't know if that is what they want.....
The word count is horrifically low. In 500 words they want me to explain how a single H800 activity reflects (or doesn't) my own experience as a learner / teacher AND evaluate the activity as a part of the module. Now I assume I have to give some indication that I understand the material but that takes a couple of hundred words. Relating it to my experience or practice takes another 250.... so it's a mere sentence or two to evaluate the activity.
And I have to do that three times. For three activities. From three separate weeks. (But not from three of the activities which we have had tutorials about!)
And then there is a discussion about those three tutorial activities. I am to discuss how much they reflect my experience AND engage critically with the text AND refer to other associated writings both within and outside of H800 AND make use of the forum posts and contributions of other students AND include a picture or two to support my argument (what? I am supposed to be making an argument?) AND all of this must be done in 800 words!
I had a full length essay to hand in two days ago but I am so unsure. I have edited, re-edited, cut and pasted, checked the word count a thousand times. As I drive to work, or lie in bed, or watch TV, or do anything really new thoughts come to mind which I suddenly think are key and must be included. So something else must be jettisoned. But what? I've already taken out every adjective. I have phrased things as economically as it is possible to phrase them.
Thankfully there are 10 marks for spelling and grammar! So I won't get a zero!