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Third Coop Credit

COOP REQUIRED FORMS:

  • Work Education Agreement – signed by all parties and handed in
  • Weekly Attendance Logs – handed in every Monday of the following week. Each credit requires 110 hours of documented placement work.
  • Employer/Placement Evaluations – minimum of three (3) for each 110 hour coop credit
  • Placement Assessments
** ALL ASSIGNMENTS MAY BE EMAILED TO: nexus.coop@gmail.com
 
Job Readiness Assignment
Human Rights Assignment
Moving On Assignment
Ontario Skills Passport Essential Skills
Unions Assignment
TOWES Assignment
Reflection #6
Reflection #7
Work Ethics 
PPLP - complete in the NEXUS classroom
Linking Assignment - see Mr. Valdez for this as this depends on which course your coop credit is tied to
Employer Evaluations (3 Times) - done by Mr. Valdez
Self-Evaluation
Log Sheets (110 Hours) - hand in every week
Exit Resume
5 Journals (1/2 Page in lenght)






Third Coop Credit Journals

 

Journal Writing

In the NEXUS coop program you must complete 5 journals for each coop credit. 
 
You can use the sentence starters at the top of each journal page to help you get started, or if something else is more suitable to your week, then write about that.  You may also include items such as samples of your work, samples of notes you have received, drawings, related newspaper 
articles, photographs, ticket stubs from places you went or extra conferences you attended, etc., with your journal entry.

 
You will be marked on:                                          /10
Communication
 
50—59%
60—69%
70—79%
80—100%
Communication of information, ideas, and experiences
Communicates information, ideas, and experiences with limited clarity
Communicates information, ideas, and experiences with some clarity
Communicates information, ideas, and experiences with considerable clarity
Communicates information, ideas, and experiences with a high degree of clarity and with confidence

o Name
o Date
o Completion
o Detail and content of your writing
o Neatness
o Length (fill at least one page!)
o Creative scrapbook entries  
o Insight and analysis of events
 
 EMAIL COMPLETED JOURNALS TO:  nexus.coop@gmail.com
 
Journal #11

Use the following sentences to help you write your journal this week:

 

  • I had to make a decision about…
  • Making an apology is…
  • Some of the professional language that is used at work is…
  • For my future, I am now thinking…
  • Something that I learned from a customer…
Journal #12

Use the following sentences to help you write your journal this week:

 

  • When I feel angry on the job, I…
  • A funny thing that happened was…
  • At my workplace, humour is…
  • I solved a problem by…
  • One co-worker I really like is…
 
Journal #13

Use the following sentences to help you write your journal this week:

 

  • I think that I have changed since I started this job because…
  • Something I have learned about myself is…
  • Supervisors are responsible for a lot of things, such as…
  • I show initiative at work by…
  • I am now able to…
 
Journal #14

Use the following sentences to help you write your journal this week:

 

  • Something I thought of at work was…
  • Before the end of my placement, I hope to…
  • There are different kinds of people in the workplace, but we get along by…
  • Personal issues shouldn’t enter the workplace, but sometimes…
  • A funny thing that happened at work this week was…
 
Journal #15

Use the following sentences to help you write your journal this week:

 

  • I think that this is a good career for me because…
  • I think that I will have to rethink my career plans because…
  • When things are difficult at work, the things that I focus on are…
  • If I take some more courses, I will be able to…
  • Dealing with people is…

Reflective Journal Rubric

Categories

Level 1
(50 - 59%)

Level 2
(60 - 69%)

Level 3
(70 - 79%)

Level 4
(80 - 100%)

Knowledge and Understanding

connects experience and learning

Shows a limited understanding of connections

Shows some understanding of the connections

Shows considerable understanding of the connections

Shows a high degree of understanding of the connections

Thinking and Inquiry

Analysis of placement experience

Analyses placement experience with limited effectiveness

Analyses placement experience with some effectiveness

Analyses placement experience with considerable effectiveness

Analyses placement experience with a high degree of effectiveness

Identification of skills/knowledge related to placement experience

Identifies with some prompting

Identifies with some accuracy,

Identifies with considerable accuracy,

Identifies with a high degree of accuracy

Application

Making Connections

Makes limited connections among ideas, texts, opinions, prior knowledge, and personal experiences

Makes some connections among ideas, texts, opinions, prior knowledge, and personal experiences

Makes sufficient connections among ideas, texts, opinions, prior knowledge, and personal experiences

Makes many connections among ideas, texts, opinions, prior knowledge, and personal experiences

Communication

Grammar, language conventions

Use of language conventions is limited e.g. spelling, grammar

Use of language conventions is inconsistent e.g. spelling, grammar

Use of language conventions is accurate and effective e.g. spelling, grammar

Use of language conventions is accurate, effective, and virtually error-free e.g. spelling, grammar

Clarity

Journal lacks clarity

Journal is partially clear

Journal is clear

Journal is perfectly clear


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