Reflecting on this assignment has shown me that I have learned more than I anticipated in this class. Most of the assignments I was taught in my life have been very vague and boring. For example, most of my writing examples when asked to reflect on something would ask me how it felt writing this or what impact it had. Very mundane. However, this assignment has opened up new insight to how my writing has progressed and how it has prepared me for my career.
My first post was jargon/literacy list. This was my very first blog post, I had a reasonable doubt about how to do this assignment correctly. I remember it was harder than I expected. I thought it was going to be really easy actually but I had to research more about how each word was used and how it could be used in a sentence. It showed me what I can expect to talk about in my discipline and how it will affect me.
The second post was about professional organizations that engineers might join. That pot showed me that there are clubs and organizations that people use to share their ideas and thoughts. Their purpose is to use all those thoughts and ideas to create and build solutions to improve the lives of many different people in the world. Each organization I researched welcomed engineers even if the website was dedicated to one major. They all had one goal in mind: to share and gather ideas to improve the lives of different people.
My third post was about communications and writing tasks that are commonly used in disciple. Like my first blog post this assignment showed me all the different ways I communicate with my bosses and team members. There are many different ways I show the amount of work I accomplished or my group has done. Most commonly are written memos, notes, and posters that can easily demonstrate how well the project is progressing and the specific details of each project. For example, budget constraints, materials used, and/or the prototypes built. This particular assignment helped really showed me that what I have been writing about int his class is essentially what I could expect to be writing about in the future.