Think about your own social context and social interactions. Answer the following questions. A brief paragraph per question will be sufficient.  What

Think about your own social context and social interactions. Answer the following questions. A brief paragraph per question will be sufficient. 

  1. What social interactions, either at work, in volunteer situations, or with family, have shaped my beliefs? [Give example(s).]
  2. When my beliefs have changed, why did this happen?
  3. When I look back on my learning experiences, how have friends or my community helped or hindered my understanding of the world?
  4. Do I have any regrets about how I either connected or did not connect with a social network at work, in my family, volunteering or the community?
  5. Describe an example of someone you consider to interact ideally with others. How close are you to living up to this example?
  6. Describe how a specific reflective learning framework from the course could be used to analyze your own social context and social interactions.

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