Brainstorming Activity

Reflecting on the Past: Brainstorming Activity Throughout this course, you will learn about various theories regarding life assessment for academic success. You will examine how these theories apply directly to you and relate to your unique experiences. For this week, you will begin this process by brainstorming about significant, uplifting, positive experiences in your life. Try not to limit your thinking and ideas as you brainstorm. List five significant, uplifting, positive experiences/events (educational and non-educational) that had a profound impact on your life. In a complete paragraph, explain why each experience was important to you. In a complete paragraph, describe how you felt after each experience. To complete this assignment, fill out the Brainstorming Worksheet provided using complete sentences. Each paragraph should include at least two to three complete sentences. The finished product must be at least two pages in length. Upon completion of this assignment, you will need to save it to your computer as a Microsoft Word document and submit it using the Assignment Submission button.

Life Event: Type a significant, uplifting, positive experience/event from your life.

Explanation: Explain why this event was significant to you.

Reflection: Describe how you felt after this experience.

Life Event: Type a significant, uplifting, positive experience/event from your life.

Explanation: Explain why this event was significant to you.

Reflection: Describe how you felt after this experience.

Life Event: Type a significant, uplifting, positive experience/event from your life.

Explanation: Explain why this event was significant to you.

Reflection: Describe how you felt after this experience.

Life Event: Type a significant, uplifting, positive experience/event from your life.

Explanation: Explain why this event was significant to you.

Reflection: Describe how you felt after this experience.

Life Event: Type a significant, uplifting, positive experience/event from your life.

Explanation: Explain why this event was significant to you.

Reflection: Describe how you felt after this experience.