Week 7 Reflection Reflective Writing Reflective writing is a form of creative writing where you examine an experience and thoughts through self-reflection. Through This course you will create and provide reflective papers, you will describe insights that you gained or express your views on some experience and opinions. Reflective essays are typically personal writings about an experience, but they can be made up as well. Tone and Structure Self-reflection is a personal experience. Therefore, the tone and voice of the writing are personal as well. Written typically from a first-person point of view, these types of essays take the reader through a journey of growth and discovery. The structure and format will follow stand APA7 outline. Begin with a great hook and a strong introduction. Pull the reader in without giving too much away, then provide a quick overview of the reflective topic. Next, in the body of the essay, move into the meat of the paper by describing your experiences and growth. Ensure that the reflection has a solid conclusion that concisely restates what you learned. 1 Page Assignment For this week’s assignment utilize the same article/dissertation from last week - “Impact of open enrollment and daily commute on college student retention”. This week pay particular attention to the qualitative part of this study. You can find the article in Week 6. Analyze and reflect on how the author coded the qualitative part of the study. Discuss validity and any concerns that you see regarding the qualitative data. Did the author address the coding method? Are there inconsistencies? Did the author’s qualitative data analysis match the hypotheses? Pay attention to the research questions and determine if the qualitative analysis accurately reflects reality. Reflect whether or not the qualitative part of this study added important insights to the research question; explain your assessment in detail. Do not forget to properly format your assignment, according to APA. the article is attached.