(Up to 20 Success Strategy Points possible)
- I will be looking at organized collections on specified dates during the final assessment
days which occur the last week of the semester.
- You are responsible for letting me know that you are going to submit an organized
collection by the last day of class in November for Fall Semester, or April for Spring
semester. I will only look at your collection if you have let me know by the deadline.
- (5 points) You must have all materials that I have handed out to you during the semester, as
well as all graded turn in homework and tests, and your materials must be clearly
organized in a fashion that you can justify makes sense. You have great latitude in
how you set up your system, but showing me a mass of crumbled papers at the end of
the semester will not earn you maximum points!
- (15 points) You must prepare a reflective paper (at least one page typed) that shows that you
have looked through your materials, and thought about your learning. Your reflective
piece must be submitted with your materials and your Success Strategies Grade Sheet.
- You can point out highlights, low points, things you are particularly proud of, things
you realize in retrospect, things you will work on for the next part of your learning
- The point here is to really use the materials as a way to think about the semester
as a whole, and to celebrate the things that were done well, as well as plan how to
improve in any weak areas.
- In this way, you are using your collected materials as a "course portfolio".
Material created by J. Halsey - Updated Fall 2017 - This material should not be used
without permission of J. Halsey.