A self-evaluation of the student’s relationship with personal financial management at the start of the course compared with what the relationship is currently. Include financial strengths, financial weaknesses, preconceived ideas, desired changes in money management practices, and course expectations. I strongly suggest student begins this at start of term and work on it throughout the course, a bit at a time, after taking the CH Test rather than wait to the end of the term when earlier issues may not be fresh in your mind and possibly leaving you with little time to complete.
Identify aspects from each chapter, using chapter terminology to explain situations, current or anticipated, action you can now take based on what you have learned, to gain specified results that will impact your future personal financial planning, and/or goals.
A statement regarding how the course changed the student’s thinking about money. What strengths have been gained? What weaknesses have been corrected? Has the student’s relationship with money changed as a result of this course? If so, how?
The paper should be at least five pages in length, double-spaced, Arial font, 12 pt., with 1” top, bottom, left, and right margins.
Each student should have his/her own unique perspective and the field assignment and reflection paper should reflect that unique perspective. There are no group assignments. APA writing format is required when referencing the work of other authors and their work.
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