Documentation of Learning Narrative Explanation
Philosophy and Ethics
The purpose of the DLP narrative is to ascertain the student learning for the covered time period. The student's job here is to take note of what interested him about the readings and discussions, what new knowledge he gained and what previous ideas he had validated. The student should also take this opportunity to present his best writing. Class time is being given to complete this assignment. Care should be given to be accurate, honest, and clear.
The student should follow the following steps to complete this assignment successfully.
The student's responsibility in this class is to read the writings, think about the ideas, listen to others speak, reflect on what is said, and record his thoughts. Students who learn the most and prove their learning the best will receive the best grades. Students who do not supply proof, who do not do the readings, or who cannot remember the content of the class will not receive a satisfactory grade. Each missing daily writing will result in 10 points off the narrative grade.