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Basics, 3:  Blogging, Rubrics, Rules, & Hero's Journey

Basics, 3: Blogging, Rubrics, Rules, & Hero's Journey

Author: Susan Nygaard
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Tutorial

RULES & RUBRICS

  

In this Tutorial...

...You will find lots of important information, so keep scrolling down to find

  • Performance & Presentation Rubric,
  • Basic Paper Rubric,
  • ICE (in-class essay) Rubric,
  • Blog link & Blogging Rules,
  • LARK Guidelines for using digital tools,
  • Circle Discussion Rules, including Online Discussion Guidelines,
  • Basic Fishbowl Discussion Guidelines,
  • Question Stems,
  • Hero's Journey Diagrams.

PERFORMANCE & PRESENTATION RUBRIC

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Basic Paper Rubric

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ICE (in-class essay) RUBRIC

COMING SOON

LINK TO DR N's BLOG

  

We're going to do some blogging this year, so you'll need a link to my blog:  Dr N's Blog.  Links to the student blogs are on the student portal.

How to sign in to your Google Account (different from accessing your gmail). You may need to do this in order to publish a comment on my blog.

Go to Google, and then click on the red "Sign in" box.

 

A box should appear which asks you to sign in to your account with your duluthmarshall email.  

When you've done that, you should see a screen like the one below:

 

From here, you can go to my blog:http://marshallf109blog.blogspot.com and enter your comment.

BLOGGING GUIDELINES

These may need to change, over time, as we try out this experiment, so watch for revisions.

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LARK Guidelines from the American School of São Paulo

Source: American School of São Paulo

CIRCLE DISCUSSIONS & ONLINE DISCUSSION GUIDELINES

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FISHBOWL DISCUSSION GUIDELINES

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QUESTION STEMS

These will really help you prepare for discussions, so use them!

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HERO'S JOURNEY DIAGRAM

We will refer to this diagram throughout the year. I've added a digital sticky note to it, but (I think) you can only access the note if you download the file, so do that, and then save it somewhere handy. If the note does not appear when you download the file, let me know.

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Source: Source of image unknown, obviously based on the work of Joseph Campbell. (Extra credit for anyone who can find this exact diagram online with some reliable source information attached...)