2017 Digital Communications for self-assessment
What is your name?
Considering the assignments given this semester, and the ones you have completed, would you say you:
Complete all assignments within the week and use feedback for revising to improve?
Complete assignments, mostly on time, sometimes sharing for feedback to improve?
Complete most assignments eventually, but rarely making revisions, not working to improve?
Complete close to nothing, though you may have started some of the assignments.
Explain situations from previous question.
Digital Communication focuses on two things: communication and the digital world. Regarding written and verbal communication, in what areas do you think you have improved, and what assignments helped with that? How?
How can those programs or apps help you outside this class?
What were some of the most important things you learned and implemented about presenting (think about speaking and about visuals)?
What do you remember most about the copyright lesson and how might you use this information in the future?
What do you remember most about the cyberbullying lesson? Will it affect how you view cyberbullying situations you come upon in the future?
What, if any, new skills did you gain from the Passion Project?
What is the most useful thing you learned in this class?
Overall, do you feel that receiving feedback and having the opportunity to revise work to improve skills before getting a grade is better or not better than doing your best -- one shot -- and getting a grade? Why?
Considering all the skills and applications you used and learned, all the assignments you completed, and the work you revised, what grade do you believe best represents your work this semester?
A - I went over and above, doing my work, improving it and learning more.
B - I did what was expected of me, but not more.
C - I did most of what was assigned, but may not have revised for improvement.
D - I did very little of what was assigned, or I started but did not finish most of what was assigned.
F - I provided no evidence that I learned anything because I rarely completed assignments.
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