This is a Law course question
Reflective practice exercise 2 (Week 5): Workshop format
The workshop format we use in Company Law is also known in the education literature as ‘inverted’ or ‘flipped’ lectures. The lecture is ‘flipped’ because the content normally delivered face-to-face in a 2 hour lecture is replaced by videos which students are required to view out-of-class, before the workshop in a particular week begins. Unlike the traditional lecture you have used in other courses, your first exposure to technical knowledge is therefore before, not during, the workshop. This allows you to concentrate on improving your problem-solving skills during the workshop. Because the format of these workshops is new, it can be quite a “culture shock” for many students. You are responsible for reading the material (e.g. video, workbook and textbook) prior to the workshop and then being an active participant during workshop exercises that test your written problem-solving, interpersonal and other skills.
The second Reflective exercise requires you to answer these questions:
Choose an area of knowledge from 2106AFE Company Law that you have learned (e.g. constitution, replaceable rules, company powers, separate legal entity, holding company and subsidiaries, promoters, pre-registration contracts, agency, statutory assumptions, share capital reductions, meetings and dividends), and a skill that you have learned better (e.g. written legal problem-solving using the ILAC method). What exactly have you learned during Weeks 1-4 of 2106AFE Company Law that you did not know before?
How precisely did you learn this knowledge and skill?
How did this knowledge and skill relate to other concepts from Weeks 1-4 in 2106AFE Company Law ; other courses in your degree programme (eg. Company Accounting, Financial Accounting Theory, Corporate Finance, Banking Law and Finance); if you have a part-time or casual job, how did this knowledge or skill relate to that job; and how might you use this knowledge or skill in your future career?
What other things could you have done so far in 2106AFE Company Law to learn this knowledge and skill better?
What job do you see yourself doing in ten years’ time? What knowledge and skills from Weeks 1-4 in 2106AFE Company Law could you use in that job?
What knowledge areas and skills have you learned best during the workshops in Weeks 1-4 in 2106AFE Company Law?
What have been your weakest areas (knowledge and skills) during these workshops in Weeks 1-4 in 2106AFE Company Law? How might you improve in these weak areas moving forward?
Please make sure you read the instructions before completing this exercise Maximum 450 words (total).
Please record your reflection’s word count at the end of your submission.