Everyday, before coming to class, write a short (1-2 paragraph) reflection on the day's reading on the Sakai forum. Include responses to these three prompts:
In addition to the reflections, on some (4-5) days, you will be asked to respond to a specific question on the forum. Submit your response before coming to class. I will remind you in class before the responses are due.
From the beginning of September, graduate students enrolled in the class will have to sign up to lead a discussion. I will meet with
the student on the week before to go over their plan. Students are free to choose the day, and are encouraged to choose days when a
topic of their special interest will be discussed.
Undergraduate students can also sign up, with permission from me.
Students in this course will be expected to complete a project that supports creative learning experiences.
Final projects for this class may include the design of creative learning activities that use existing tools
and material, material to support educators and/or parents, prototypes of digital and physical tools to support
creative learning, and more.
Instead of a final exam, a short paper will be due that describes the motivation, theoretical grounding, and design process for the final project. The paper will be due on Monday, December 9th at 8:00AM.
The course schedule highlights specific milestones and deliverables that are associated with the final project.