1. What actions or choices led to your interaction with Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution? 2. What factors contributed to your choice(s)? (Friends, stress, etc.) 3. How has this incident impacted you personally?
What actions or choices led to your interaction with Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution?
The Reflection Paper sanction is designed to engage you in thoughtful reflection regarding your actions leading to a violation of the University of Florida Student Honor/Conduct Code and what you have learned from this experience. Please note that the purpose of this assignment is not to provide you with a venue to justify your actions or to evaluate the actions of others.
Your paper should be composed in an appropriate manner as any essay/paper in a university classroom setting. Address the following:
Firstly, what actions or choices led to your interaction with Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution?
Secondly, what factors contributed to your choice(s)? (Friends, stress, etc.)
Thirdly, how has this incident impacted you personally?
Fourthly, has this incident impacted anyone else? Who? How?
Further, in your situation, at what points could you have made different decisions?
Finally, which decisions are realistic for you to make in the future in order to not have another similar violation of the Student Honor/Conduct Code?
Your paper must be a minimum of 1000 words in length. It must be in a 12 pt font, be double space, and have 1″ margins. Please be sure to review your paper for grammatical and/or word usage errors prior to submission.
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