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Self-Assessment Log
DUE: Wednesday
POINTS POSSIBLE: 10
Post on the private Feedback discussion board. DO NOT post to the regular discussion board.
*In the subject put: "Week (Insert Week Number): Self-Assessment."
This is just like the assignment says--this is your self-assessment. This assignment is worth 10 points and will help you understand where your weekly, as well as final, score is coming from. The example below shows the simple format that I am looking for. The information includes the day, what you did, how many points you believe that you should receive for each assignment, number of days of participation with points, and a total number of points.
NOTE: Self-Assessment example:

Friday: posted a reply on the discussion board
Saturday: posted Discussion Questions and 2 replies (30 points)
Sunday: No postings
Monday: posted Topic of the Week (40 points)
Tuesday: posted on the discussion board
Wednesday: posted 2 replies on discussion questions and the Self-Assessment Log (10 points) and the Self-Analysis Paper (10 points)
Participated: 5 out of 7 days (50 points)

Total: 140 points.

I will either agree or disagree with your weekly self-assessment log. This will help you keep up with your grade, as well as help me to keep in touch with you. I will be posting grades in the Blackboard grade book; I will be corresponding with you each week. If we disagree on a score, I will be able to see exactly where you and I are disagreeing through this self-assignment when the format follows the above one.
I do want to stress that you are not grading yourself. I will be grading you; this way just helps us to keep in touch, as well as allows you to understand the class point system. You will also be able to tell me if there was anything during the week that prevented you from posting on…...

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