Since the first couple weeks blew by in a flurry of newness, it might be useful to audit your blog and your comments to the course blog against the following list to make sure you've got what you need. (Reminder: this is in addition to in-class assignments such as vocabulary quizzes, "Richard Cory" etc.) If you have any questions please comment to this post, or email email@example.com, or stop by in person. Mahalo.
So far you should have:
(NOTE: Post usually refers to what you put on your blog; comment usually refers to what you put here on the course blog.
- Commented to the opening post (NOTE: If you weren't a part of that conversation, please comment with your opinion on the idea anyway. Take the opportunity to express your view and ask any questions that will help you get what you need out of the experience. Also please make sure to express any concerns or objections. This isn't someone else's policy or learning process, it's ours. Yours. And your process is interdependent-- we're going to need each other-- so everyone needs at least a snapshot of how everyone else is thinking about it. Check out the Ben Franklin quote.)
- Posted Assignment #1
- Posted Reflections on Week 1 (prompts: #4 in this HW and #2 in this one) [NOTE: If you weren't here for Week 1, reflect on your first week in the class.]
- Vocabulary #1 Redux (and have a look at the list if you missed it, because those words will crop up on a mid-term and a final exam)
- Commented to this post
- Posted per this assignment on Young Goodman Brown (HW#1)
- Posted an interview with a parent or someone outside school about the course (originally assigned for Hack to School Night, but since we have an ongoing online record, we're not limited to one night)
- Posted answers to these questions on Young Goodman Brown
- Posted definitions and sentences for Vocabulary: Fall List #2
- Posted notes/comments on "Meanings, Signs & Symbols (Part I)"
- Posted something you learned about online security from Ian's presentation
- Posted 10 symbols/analysis from YGB
- Posted whether or not you think symbolism is the most important thing you can learn
- Posted an "AHA!" moment from lecture.
Did I miss anything? :)