PD12: Reflection and Learning in the Workplace helps students develop critical workplace skills and qualities like self-awareness, initiative, and adaptability. Successful professionals aren’t perfect, but they learn from their mistakes and make effective apologies. They also develop a keen understanding of their organization’s culture and their place within said culture, and that knowledge helps prevent future missteps. Students who take PD12 understand the significance of these skills and start refining them for their own personal use.
What do PD12 students do?
- Set, track, and meet goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound
- Observe and adapt to the specifics of new workplaces
- Assess their own progress and performance against clear expectations
- Take initiative and responsibility for their actions
- Reflect on their experiences, knowledge, and workplace skills
How are PD12 students graded?
PD12 students complete a series of assignments, activities, and reports over the course of the term. To pass the course, students must earn an overall grade of 50% or higher. Students must also earn a grade of 50% or higher on their major reflective report to earn their credit.
If you have a question about grading in PD12, contact the course team using the information in the sidebar.