Tthroughout your doctoral program, you will be required to reflect on your abilities as a scholar, a practitioner, and a leader to advance your knowledge and personal academic agenda. These reflections help you position yourself as a reflexive thinker to become a life-long learner. Consider saving these statements, which serve as a critical reflection on your growth throughout the program. Write a 350- to 525-word reflective and applied statement describing how this course has affected your thought processes, development, and professional disposition. The following examples can be used as guidance: o What did I not learn and why? Identify personal insights, moments of critical questioning, and comments or ideas from this course that have affected you. o What obstacles do I encounter in my learning (time management, deeper reading, including other material, etc.)? o What do I need to do to improve my learning? o What did you know about the subject and how did your views change on the specific topic? o What questions do you have about the materials and analyses for this course? o What if anything you do not fully understand? o What issues, questions, and challenges related to the weekly topics could have relevant application in your environment? Why and how?