Humanity and Justice

Write a 3?4-page summary and analysis of your experiential learning after completing at least four Positive Psychology Journal activities.Required ResourcesThe following resources are required to complete the assessment.Capella MultimediaClick the links provided below to view the following multimedia pieces:Positive Psychology Journalÿ|ÿTranscript.ÿComplete any two activities from Section 4.Complete any two activities from Section 5.SHOW LESSSuggested ResourcesThe following optional resources are provided to support you in completing the assessment or to provide a helpful context. For additional resources, refer to the Research Resources and Supplemental Resources in the left navigation menu of your courseroom.Capella ResourcesClick the links provided to view the following resources:APA Paper Template.Research Guide ? Psychology.Identifying Scholarly Resources.Using the APA Manual.Library ResourcesThe following e-books or articles from the Capella University Library are linked directly in this course:Peterson, C., & Seligman, M. E. P. (2004).ÿCharacter strengths and virtues: A handbook and classification. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.ÿPages 293?302.Pages 357?368.Forster, J., Epstude, K, & Ozelsel, A. (2009).ÿWhy love has wings and sex has not: How reminders of love and sex influence creative and analytic thinking.ÿPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin,ÿ35(11), 1479?1491.Otake, K., Shimai, S., Tanaka-Matsumi, J., Otsui, K., & Fredrickson, B. L. (2006).ÿHappy people become happier through kindness: A counting kindnesses intervention.ÿJournal of Happiness Studies,ÿ7(3), 361?375.Farh, C. I. C. C., Seo, M.-G., & Tesluk, P. E. (2012).ÿEmotional intelligence, teamwork effectiveness, and job performance: The moderating role of job context.ÿJournal of Applied Psychology,ÿ97(4), 890?900.Hooker, B. (2005).ÿFairness.ÿEthical Theory and Moral Practice,ÿ8(4), 329?352.Course Library GuideA Capella University library guide has been created specifically for your use in this course. You are encouraged to refer to the resources in theÿPSYC-FP4110 ? Positive Psychology Library Guideÿto help direct your research.Assessment InstructionsNote:ÿYou are strongly encouraged to complete the assessments in this course in the sequence in which they are presented. You will need to complete Assessments 1?3 before beginning Assessment 4.PreparationFor this assessment, complete at least four journal activities, two from each of Sections 4 and 5, from the Positive Psychology Journal media piece (linked in the Resources):From Section 4, complete any two activities.From Section 5, complete any two activities.DirectionsWrite a summary and analysis of your experiential learning from completing the journal entries. Organize your paper using the headings listed below to be sure you address each of the elements of this assessment. Use the APA Paper Template, available in the Resources, to properly format your assessment.Journal Activity SummaryList each journal activity (for example, 4.1 Appreciative Inquiry) you completed for this assessment.Include a very brief description of the activity with in-text citations and references as needed to identify the location or source of the activity or additional resources.Summarize your personal reflections and insights to demonstrate what you learned from each of these experiential learning activities.Describe how these experiential activities or the character strengths they represent are related to optimal human functioning.Application to Personal, Professional, or Social IssuesSummarize how what you learned from the activities and the study of character strengths for this assessment may be applied to personal issues in your life, professional issues as in an educational or work setting, or social issues such as aging, mental health versus mental illness, and happiness and well-being.Analyze the strengths and weaknesses (advantages and disadvantages, pros and cons) of applying what you learned or the character strengths studied to the personal, professional, or social issues.Include supportive research findings related to these topics (1?2 scholarly resources).Be sure to use APA formatted in-text citations and references for the activity tools you select and cite all scholarly sources where appropriate. Your writing should be scholarly and professional, using proper APA formatting and style.Additional RequirementsWritten communication:ÿWritten communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.APA formatting:ÿYour paper should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting.Length:ÿYour paper should be 3?4 typed and double-spaced pages, not including cover sheet and reference page.References:ÿYour paper should include 1?2 properly cited scholarly resources.Font and font size:ÿTimes New Roman, 12 point.Humanity and Justice Scoring GuideCRITERIANON-PERFORMANCEBASICPROFICIENTDISTINGUISHEDExplain reflections and insights related to experiential learning activities.ÿDoes not explain reflections or insights related to experiential learning activities.ÿLists but does not explain reflections or insights related to experiential learning activities.ÿExplains reflections and insights related to experiential learning activities.ÿAnalyzes reflections and insights related to experiential learning activities; identifies areas for further development.ÿSummarize how the study of character strengths may be applied to personal, professional, or social issues.Does not summarize how the study of character strengths may be applied to personal, professional, or social issues.ÿSummarizes how the study of character strengths may be applied to personal, professional, or social issues, but applications are unclear or inappropriate.ÿSummarizes how the study of character strengths may be applied to personal, professional, or social issues.ÿSummarizes how the study of character strengths may be applied to personal, professional, or social issues; identifies areas of uncertainty related to these applications.ÿDescribe the relationship between experiential activities or character strengths and optimal human functioning.ÿDoes not describe the relationship between experiential activities or character strengths and optimal human functioning.Describes the relationship between some experiential activities or character strengths and optimal human functioning; or relationship described is inaccurate.ÿDescribes the relationship between experiential activities or character strengths and optimal human functioning.ÿDescribes the relationship between experiential activities or character strengths and optimal human functioning; provides examples as illustrations.Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of applying character strengths to the personal, professional, or social issues.ÿDoes not identify the strengths and weaknesses of applying character strengths to the personal, professional, or social issues.ÿIdentifies but does not analyze the strengths and weaknesses of applying character strengths to the personal, professional, or social issues.ÿAnalyzes the strengths and weaknesses of applying character strengths to the personal, professional, or social issues.ÿAnalyzes the strengths and weaknesses of applying character strengths to the personal, professional, or social issues; predicts outcomes or makes recommendations.ÿSupport analysis with research findings related to topics.ÿDoes not identify research findings related to topics.ÿIdentifies research findings related to topics but does not use them to support the analysis.ÿSupports analysis with research findings related to topics.ÿSupports analysis with research findings related to topics; incorporates relevant real-world examples or scenarios.Write coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a psychology professional.Writing does not support a central idea and does not use correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a psychology professional.ÿWriting supports an idea but is inconsistent and contains numerous errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.ÿWriting coherently supports a central idea with few errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.ÿWriting is coherent, using evidence to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics, as expected of a psychology professionalÿSuccessfully implement APA style.Does not apply proper APA formatting and style.ÿWritten communication is adequate but has some APA errors and inconsistencies.ÿSuccessfully implements APA style with only minor errors in format.ÿApplies scholarly writing skills and uses proper APA formatting and style in the body of the paper and references list.