Week 6: Final ReflectionEmpathy. Compassion. Social justice. Community. Practice. Reflection. These are familiar words in your social work readings and study. In this course, you have had the opportunity to apply those words and concepts in a unique way with your colleagues and Instructors in the online classroom and, most importantly, during your on-ground residency experience.Often, pivotal experiences create momentum and inspire further reflection. This week, you reflect on your experience and accomplishments during this singular experience.Learning ObjectiveStudents will:Connect Skills Lab learning with the Field Education experiencePhoto Credit: [Hans Huber]/[iStock / 360]/Getty ImagesLearning ResourcesRequired ReadingsReview any resources, presentations, Discussion posts, final project, or any work completed during your sessions.Discussion: Final ReflectionReflection and self-assessment are critical skills for social work practice. And reflection allows you to deepen your learning and find ways to build momentum for future endeavors. In this Discussion, you reflect on your Skills Lab experience and discover ways to carry your learnings forward into both your Field Education experience and your practice.By Day 3Post a response to the following:Identify three key learnings from the Skills Lab experienceExplain how you will incorporate these learnings into your Field Education experienceBy Day 5Respond to at least one of your colleagues postings in one or more of the following ways:Ask a probing question.Share an insight from having read yourcolleagues posting.Offer and support an opinion.Validate an idea with your own experience.Make a suggestion.Expand on your colleagues posting.