Reflective public health 

PBHL20006 Supplementary Assessment 2
Due: Friday 11 November 2022 5:00pm

Weighting: must pass or will fail the unit

Assessment 2 assessed your ability to use a reflection framework and to demonstrate understanding of
researching with Indigenous communities.

For this assessment, you will write a reflective essay about Indigenous research using the Boyd reflection
framework of What was my prior knowledge? What is my new knowledge? What are my feelings about this new
knowledge? How will I apply this knowledge?

At minimum, answer these questions:

• What did you know about Indigenous research and anti-oppressive approaches prior to this unit? What
were your feelings?

• What did you learn from this unit about Indigenous research and anti-oppressive approaches? How does
this make you feel?

• What research steps will you take to empower Indigenous communities? Why are these steps necessary?
Would you be able to apply these steps in your future?

You will be marked according to the rubric. No matter the mark, this is a PASS or FAIL assessment. Plus submit
under the assessment tab marked “Supplementary Assessment” You have ONE WEEK to submit.

If you have any questions please email me [email protected]

Criteria (30) Written Commentary
Mark HD (15-12.8) D (12.7-11.3) C (11.2-9.8) P (9.7-7.5) F (7.4-0)
Application
of reflection
framework

Comprehensively
and critically
reviews prior
learning (past
experiences inside
and outside of the
classroom) in depth
to reveal fully
clarified meanings
and significantly
advanced
perspectives about
educational and life
experiences, which
provide foundation
for expanded
knowledge,
growth, and
maturity over time.

Comprehensively
reviews prior
learning (past
experiences inside
and outside of the
classroom) in
depth to reveal
fully clarified
meanings and
significantly
advanced
perspectives
about educational
and life
experiences, which
provide
foundation for
expanded
knowledge,
growth, and
maturity over
time.

Comprehensively
reviews prior
learning (past
experiences
inside and
outside of the
classroom) in
depth, revealing
fully clarified
meanings and/or
changed
perspectives
about
educational or
life events.

Reviews prior
learning (past
experiences inside
and outside of the
classroom) in
depth, revealing
clarified meanings
and/or changed
perspectives
about educational
or life events.

Often reviews
prior learning
(past
experiences
inside and
outside of the
classroom) at a
limited level,
often revealing
limited clarified
meaning

Knowledge
of cultural
worldviews

Demonstrates
extraordinarily
sophisticated and

Demonstrates
sophisticated
understanding of

Demonstrates a
high level of
understanding of

Demonstrates a
acceptable level
of understanding

Demonstrates
no or limited
understanding of

deep
understanding of
the complexity of
elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy, or
beliefs and
practices.

the complexity of
elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

the complexity of
elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

of the complexity
of elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

the complexity
of elements
important to
members of
another culture
in relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

  • Knowledge of cultural worldviews

PBHL20006 Supplementary Assessment 2
Due: Friday 11 November 2022 5:00pm

Weighting: must pass or will fail the unit

Assessment 2 assessed your ability to use a reflection framework and to demonstrate understanding of
researching with Indigenous communities.

For this assessment, you will write a reflective essay about Indigenous research using the Boyd reflection
framework of What was my prior knowledge? What is my new knowledge? What are my feelings about this new
knowledge? How will I apply this knowledge?

At minimum, answer these questions:

• What did you know about Indigenous research and anti-oppressive approaches prior to this unit? What
were your feelings?

• What did you learn from this unit about Indigenous research and anti-oppressive approaches? How does
this make you feel?

• What research steps will you take to empower Indigenous communities? Why are these steps necessary?
Would you be able to apply these steps in your future?

You will be marked according to the rubric. No matter the mark, this is a PASS or FAIL assessment. Plus submit
under the assessment tab marked “Supplementary Assessment” You have ONE WEEK to submit.

If you have any questions please email me [email protected]

Criteria (30) Written Commentary
Mark HD (15-12.8) D (12.7-11.3) C (11.2-9.8) P (9.7-7.5) F (7.4-0)
Application
of reflection
framework

Comprehensively
and critically
reviews prior
learning (past
experiences inside
and outside of the
classroom) in depth
to reveal fully
clarified meanings
and significantly
advanced
perspectives about
educational and life
experiences, which
provide foundation
for expanded
knowledge,
growth, and
maturity over time.

Comprehensively
reviews prior
learning (past
experiences inside
and outside of the
classroom) in
depth to reveal
fully clarified
meanings and
significantly
advanced
perspectives
about educational
and life
experiences, which
provide
foundation for
expanded
knowledge,
growth, and
maturity over
time.

Comprehensively
reviews prior
learning (past
experiences
inside and
outside of the
classroom) in
depth, revealing
fully clarified
meanings and/or
changed
perspectives
about
educational or
life events.

Reviews prior
learning (past
experiences inside
and outside of the
classroom) in
depth, revealing
clarified meanings
and/or changed
perspectives
about educational
or life events.

Often reviews
prior learning
(past
experiences
inside and
outside of the
classroom) at a
limited level,
often revealing
limited clarified
meaning

Knowledge
of cultural
worldviews

Demonstrates
extraordinarily
sophisticated and

Demonstrates
sophisticated
understanding of

Demonstrates a
high level of
understanding of

Demonstrates a
acceptable level
of understanding

Demonstrates
no or limited
understanding of

deep
understanding of
the complexity of
elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy, or
beliefs and
practices.

the complexity of
elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

the complexity of
elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

of the complexity
of elements
important to
members of
another culture in
relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

the complexity
of elements
important to
members of
another culture
in relation to its
history, values,
politics,
communication
styles, economy,
or beliefs and
practices.

  • Knowledge of cultural worldviews