Create mind map as a visual representation to show your understanding of your personal cultural values, attitudes and beliefs and include a supporting document (up to 1000-1500 words approx.) For example you could talk about your own cultural identity as you see it and how it relates to your professional practice.
Due Date: Monday Week 5
To do this you will have to:
Construct a mind map as a visualisation tool.
You can do this in several ways, including: a powerpoint slide, poster template, hand drawn or created using a particular medium then photographed, or using a specific mind mapping application.
You should identify at least 4 key elements of your personal cultural identity and how these can impact on your professional practices and interactions.
You need to write a reflective piece examining and clarifying personal cultural values that may conflict with and/or impact on professional interactions.
You will need to focus on how each individual cultural identity is derived from family, ethnicity, gender, class and race and how these inform professional values to guide your work practice.
What is a mind map?
A mind map is a diagram used to visually organise information. A mind map is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the centre of a blank landscape page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those.
As with other diagramming tools, mind maps can be used to generate, visualise, structure, and classify ideas, and as an aid to studying and organising information, solving problems, making decisions, and writing. Mind maps are tools which help you think and learn. (http://www-public.jcu.edu.au/learningskills/resources/lsonline/mindmapping/)
Mind Map Information.docx
Here is a list of some suggested Mind Mapping Applications that can be used on your tablet or computer:
1. Sketchbook Pro
4. MindMeister (works on all devices)
Please click on the link below for the specific marking criteria sheet:
Marking Criteria Sheet for Assignment 1: Mind Map
For this task you have to create a mind map as a visual representation with supporting
documentation (1000-1500 words approx.)
Value: 30% Length: of written document (up to 1000-1500). Due Date: Week 5 Monday
Name: Grade: %
Constructed a mind map to show your understanding of your personal
cultural values, attitudes and beliefs using one of the following: PowerPoint
slide, poster template, hand drawn or created using a particular medium
then photographed, or a specific mind mapping application.
Identified at least 4 key elements of your personal cultural identity and how
these can impact on your professional practices and interactions /2.5
Written a reflective piece examining and clarifying personal cultural values
that may conflict with and/or impact in some way on professional
Focused on how each individual’s cultural identity is derived from family,
ethnicity, gender, class and race and how these can inform professional
values to guide your work practice. /2.5
Used clear concise English, and major arguments supported from the
literature or from experience and used a recognised and consistently
applied referencing system /5