辅导案例-BA 342 Fall 2020

  • October 18, 2020

BA 342 Fall 2020

Ethics Project:

A Personal Ethics Statement and Reflection on CARL test

Due Date: Monday, September 21

Submit either a .doc file or a .docx file via the Canvas assignment by 11:55 p.m.

Note: Make sure to submit your assignment on time. Late assignments are not accepted. You do not have to wait for the deadline – you can submit (doc or docx only!) whenever you believe your assignment is ready. Advice: Submit earlier than the deadline so that technical difficulties and possible Canvas problems will not affect your submission.

Introduction: This project has two components.

1) Personal Ethics Statement: We ask you to reflect on what ethics means to you personally. It is critical that you use numerous personal examples from your actual life and NOT someone else’s ideas. This project is graded based on your giving an honest assessment of what you think about ethics by reflecting on the questions below. As you write, do not worry about what you think I would or would not like. This is your ethics statement. So, give a truthful response to the questions. As long as your text answers the questions from your personal point of view and it is supported with examples from your life, it is done well – the content (whether it is positive, negative, whether it is in line with the social norms, etc.) will NOT impact your grade. You need to write, in your own words, what is true for you.

2) Reflection on the CARL test: I would like you to reflect on your CARL test results. What did you learn? Were the results as expected, or were you surprised? Given the test results, what are the areas you would like to improve in? How are you planning to invest in this improvement?

Ethics Project Paper Content Guidelines: Your paper should include the following 6 sections. Begin each section with these BOLD headings and respond in your own words:

Introduction: Short paragraph introducing what this paper is about.

Personal: Define ethics in your own words; explain your personal perspective about ethics, where your ethical views originated from and why ethics is, or is not, important to you (use examples from your personal life to explain your position).

Career: Now that you have considered ethics personally, address in your own words how you see ethics applied in organizations (corporate or other work settings) and discuss why you believe this is important, or not important, to your career. Give examples from your personal experience or knowledge of companies and their ethics protocols (including any work or non-work experiences).

Society: Reflect on is how ethics is applied across society. Describe in your own words the importance of, or the lack of, ethics in the global world. Give examples from your personal experience that would reflect your point of view; if you can relate this to your home country, even better.

Conclusion Personal Ethics Statement: Short paragraph tying the three questions together with any conclusions you believe others would find helpful in understanding your perspective on this subject.

Reflection on CARL test: In one paragraph, explain what you learned about yourself from the CARL self-assessment. Were there any surprising results? Given the test results, are there any areas you would like to work on and improve? If yes, how will you do that? If no, please explain why you think improvement is not necessary.

Deliverable Guidelines:

  1. A typed, electronic document (single-spaced, 0 pt. between lines) uploaded to Canvas; must be either .doc or .docx.
  2. Written in first-person (I, me, we, us, myself, etc.) – tell us your thoughts in your own words.
  3. 1 1/2–2 pages in length (Do not exceed 2 pages: Do not submit less than 1 1/2 pages.)
  4. Margins on all four sides: 1”
  5. Type: 12-point font; Times New Roman or Calibri
  6. Include a title
  7. Your name at top of page
  8. Bold title and headings for all six sections as noted in these guidelines.
  9. Use the Academic Integrity pledge (see below)
  10. Grammar, spelling, and attention to detail are always important – check your document carefully.
  11. Submit on time.

You must upload your file within Canvas as noted above; do NOT copy/paste your document’s text into the assignment’s comments box, and do NOT email your project to anyone on the Teaching Team. Any file type other than .doc or .docx will not be accepted (you will receive an error message from Canvas if you try to upload any other file type in the assignment). If you do not use Microsoft Word and do not know how to save your document as a .doc or .docx file, you may wish to visit one of Penn State’s IT Service Desk locations well in advance of the due date to learn how to submit an acceptable file.

Academic Integrity Pledge

“I _ [student name]_ affirm that I have not and will not give or receive, nor have I witnessed unauthorized aid on this deliverable, and I have completed this work honestly and according to the professor’s guidelines.”

BA 342 Ethics Project Grading Rubric

Due Date: Monday, September 21, 2020, 11:55 p.m.

This paper is worth 35 points of your overall course grade.

(Personal Ethics Statement is 30 points and Reflection on CARL test is 5 points)

We will use the following grading guidelines.

Full Credit: 35 PointsFull credit will be given if ALL requirements for paper content criteria and ALL guidelines for submission are followed (including personal examples in all sections).
Partial Credit:Missing any of the paper content and/or format elements listed in these guidelinesPoorly written (spelling, grammar, word choice, lack of attention to detail, etc.)Low or high page countMissing academic integrity pledge
Zero Credit: 0 PointsFile not successfully submitted via the Canvas assignment by the due dateFile emailed to Teaching Team instead of submitted via the Canvas assignmentUnacceptable file type or unreadable file submittedSubmission is irrelevant and unrelated to assignmentAny amount of plagiarism from any source

Due Date: Monday, September 21

Submit either a .doc file or a .docx file via the Canvas assignment by 11:55 p.m.

Late assignments receive a zero.

Ethics Project Outline

The outline below is offered as a guide to help you organize your project. Make sure to follow the assignment guidelines as explained above. Once again, write everything in your own words – this is your ethics statement and reflection. Your assignment should be 1 ½ -2 pages long.

ADD TITLE

ADD NAME

Introduction:

Personal:

Career:

Society:

Conclusion Personal Ethics Statement:

Reflection on CARL Test:

ADD Academic Integrity Pledge

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