ECMP 355 - Spring 2016 - Form to Submit Final Assignments
This form will allow you to submit final assignments in ECMP 355 (Spring 2016). It is very important that you use this form to submit your work to ensure that I know exactly where I can find everything. Full descriptions of assignments can be found in the course syllabus. Remember that all work should be submitted by July 5th, 2016 (midnight)! Have a wonderful summer!
What is your name? *
Full name, or first name with last initial is fine.
Networked Professional Learning (40%)
Personal Weblog/Teacher Portfolio *
Please include the main URL of your blog. (e.g., http://kdimini.wordpress.com).
Twitter Handle *
Please include your Twitter handle (e.g. @kbhildebrandt).
URL of your final post on contributing to the learning of others *
Is there anything that you'd like to particularly highlight regarding your completion of this assignment? This could include particular achievements you'd like me to pay special attention to, or perhaps aspects of this assignment that you feel you could have done better. If you discussed this somewhere on your blog, simply include the URL of that post below. You may want to look at the course syllabus to address the points listed under the assignment.
(optional)
Personal Weblog/Teacher Portfolio - Rough Assessment *
Based on your understanding of assignment expectations and on what you know about undergraduate-level assessment practices, what percentage grade (0-100%) would you give yourself on this assignment?
Learning Project (35%)
Major Project (35%) *
Please include the URL that is most relevant to submission of this project. This could be a link to a single blog post outlining your assignment or perhaps a link to the specific blog category where you blogged about this assignment throughout the course.
Is there anything that you'd like to particularly highlight regarding your completion of this assignment? This could include particular achievements you'd like me to pay special attention to, or perhaps aspects of this assignment that you feel you could have done better. If you have done this in a separate post (provided above), there is no need to fill this in.
(optional)
Major Project - Rough Assessment *
Based on your understanding of assignment expectations and on what you know about undergraduate-level assessment practices, what percentage grade (0-100%) would you give yourself on this assignment?
Summary of Personal Learning (25%)
Summary of Personal Learning *
Please include the URL of the blog post that shares your Summary of Personal Learning. That blog post should include a link to or an embed of your final digital artefact.
Is there anything that you'd like to particularly highlight regarding your completion of this assignment? This could include particular achievements you'd like me to pay special attention to, or perhaps aspects of this assignment that you feel you could have done better.
(optional)
Summary of Learning- Rough Assessment *
Based on your understanding of assignment expectations and on what you know about undergraduate-level assessment practices, what percentage grade (0-100%) would you give yourself on this assignment?
General Comments On Your Learning
In a short statement, how effective do you feel that you were in regards to "contributing to the learning of others" in this class? Did you regularly comment, post questions/answers and resources in one or more of the course spaces, share and communicate through social media sites, and/or contribute in face-to-face ways with others? *
A few sentences would be fine.
How would you rank your "contribution to the learning of others" in this course? (as outlined above) *
Please rank on a scale from 1 to 10 - 10 being greater contributions. (Low numbers here won't necessarily affect your grade negatively as it may mean that you came to the class with substantial knowledge on the topic)
How would you rank the growth of your knowledge on the subject of "technology in the classroom"? *
Please rank on a scale from 1 to 10 - 10 being more knowledge. (Low numbers here won't necessarily affect your grade negatively as it may mean that you came to the class with substantial knowledge on the topic)
How would you rank the level of risk-taking (or stepping outside of your comfort zone) that you experienced in this course? *
Please rank on a scale from 1 to 10 - 10 being more risk. (Low numbers here won't necessarily affect your grade negatively as it may mean that you came to the class with substantial knowledge on the topic)
Identify up to three students in the course that supported or enhanced your learning through their interactions, visibility, contributions, or other activities? Describe how they benefited your learning. *
Include their name, then add a sentence or two describing their contributions.
What is the one big idea that you gained from the course? How do you plan to act upon this knowledge? *
This can be brief.
Knowing everything about the quality of work and effort that you put into this course, and knowing what you know about undergraduate-level assessment practices, what overall grade would you assign your work in this course? *
Percentage grade, 0-100% - be confident but honest in your response.
Is there anything else that you'd like to share regarding this final assessment of your work in this class?
Your thoughts on the class itself aren't necessary here as you will have a chance to evaluate the course in a separate survey.
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