9-1 Journal: On Being a Therapist

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PSY 570 Journal Guidelines and Rubric

Overview: Journal activities in this course are an opportunity to share personal examples and reflect on the course content in a safe and private environment.
Because of nature of the information posted, only the instructor can view and comment on your assignment. Journal assignments should be 300 words or less.
Each journal is graded individually.

Guidelines for Submission: Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Personal
Reflection on

Ethical Content

Student provides a sincere and
comprehensive personal
reflection of the ethical course
content

Student provides a sincere
individual reflection of the
ethical course content

Student provides a reaction to
the ethical course content, but
does not provide a personal
reflection of the ethical course
content

No content of the journal is
supported with a personal
reflection of the ethical course
content

25

Depth of
Knowledge

The journal demonstrates
excellent depth of knowledge
of the module content and
exhibits careful consideration
of the topic

Most of the journal
demonstrates good depth of
knowledge of the module
content and reveals that the
student has read the module
content

The journal shows limited
depth of knowledge, indicating
that the student may have
reviewed the module content
but needs to explore further

The journal does not address
the journal prompts and
reflects that the student has
not read the module content

25

Organization/
Style

The journal is written in a style
that is appealing and
appropriate for the intended
audience and presented in a
clearly organized manner

Most of the journal is written in
a style that is generally
appropriate for the intended
audience and is mostly clear;
organization does not interfere
with communication

The journal is written in a style
that considers the audience,
but is difficult to understand in
parts

The journal is written in a style
that does not attempt to
consider the audience, and the
content is not clearly
communicated/is difficult to
understand

25

Writing Almost all of the journal is free
of errors in grammar

A majority of the journal is free
of errors of grammar; errors
are marginal and rarely
interrupt the flow

The journal contains some
errors of grammar, but these
are limited enough so that
assignments can be mostly
understood

The journal contains errors of
grammar that make the journal
difficult to understand

25

Earned Total 100%

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