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Sunday, 30 April 2017


I was just talking to Victoria today and we were taking about the conclusions and recommendations for the Module 3 work.

Conclusions are at the end but are also an important part of communication your study - they are the way that you tell others what you know form a collection of your experience and the experience/research/ideas of others.

How do you tell others what you know?

Here are a few links for conclusions - remember we are doing a variation of a report - so first person (not third person) and also focussing on how you have gained and achieved knowing something about your practice/discipline/field/personal goals take into account that these conclusions might also relate to more formal academic writing or report writing that have slightly altered purposes and audiences.

Please add others in the comments!!

a MDX example

The Writing Center at UNC-Chapel Hill

so visualising where you are going can be useful

artists do write proposals... Module 2

reflective writing

this is about writing your own story- showing where you have gained knowledge and abilities through thinking about what you do...


for women in leadership

You might also like to check out the chapter I helped Barbara Workman with...
Ruth Helyer's book about work-based learning

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    The work-based learning student handbook [electronic resource] / edited by Ruth Helyer.
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    London : Palgrave, 2015.
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    1. Thanks for this Paula - some very useful links, and interesting reading. I like to think of concluding as drawing everything you have found together into one big "bubble" or "cloud" and bringing in to a catchy sentenced/paragraphs that still leaves the reader with something to think about.

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