Final Assignment List (12/9-12/21)

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*Please note that this list covers two weeks

Sunday 12/9

For Anne: By 5 p.m. on Sun, Dec 9, everyone should post their afterthoughts from this week, or questions anticipating next week; please consider doing this in response to one another as well as in "stand-alone" form

Tuesday 12/11-Thursday 12/13

For both Jody and Anne's classes: working on designing our final event together, then working in small groups 

For Barb: Memo #3 to Barb and image with caption to Serendip

Required journal entry 6 and submit full semester journal

Friday 12/14

For Barb: Final Debriefing @12pm

Monday 12/17 

For All:  Final Performances- 1-3:30 p.m. Mon, Dec. 17, in Goodhart Teaching Theater:

sharing with the larger community what we have been learning

Celebratory Supper: 6-8pm at Anne’s Apartment

Friday 12/21

For All:  12:30   Final Project and E-Portfolio

In the final projects you are co-creating for our 360 on Women in Walled Communities, we are expecting multi-pronged, cross-disciplinary endeavors that involve both collaborative and individual components, including

    • a public demonstration, 1-3 pm, Mon, Dec. 17, of a tangible project that you have created together,

    • which builds on the particular skills, knowledge and experience of all students in the group, and

    • draws in some way on the Education, English and Criminal Justice knowledge you have acquired over the course of the semester.

In the final e-portfolio of your work, due on Serendip by 12:30, Fri, Dec. 21, we will expect critical reflection about the ways in which your final product brought together the different angles of vision (individual and disciplinary) listed above:

   • how did each of the three courses/disciplines inform your final project

    • how did completing the project push your thinking in each of these disciplines?

    • in what ways is your project a response to one of the several important, ongoing questions of the semester: how we might take meaningful action  in the world? (Feel free to use this query as a way to think both about how your project offers an effective way forward, and/or as a place to highlight what Tillie Olsen calls "foreground and background silences," those times that precede or follow action, those spaces when we need to slow down and think.)   


 


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Sasha De La Cruz's picture

Thank you!

Just wanted to thank you for helping us stay organized! :) 

ishin's picture

Same!

YOU ARE THE BEST

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