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*In the blog http://everyaudiencehasadifferentpurpose.wordpress.com/ we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge of assessment. Here is a list [[Assessment Experts]]. Once we decide who will work with each expert to help facilitate the discussions, here is what your role will be:
**Contact expert and verify logitics - when, how, where, etc.
**Provide expert with info concerning our recent class discussions -- what we have been reading, what we have been discussing, questions that have come up, etc.
**Answer questions the expert might have.
**Facilitate the discussion.
*This is my first blog so be patient as it leaves a lot to be desired right now. But it will be easily accessible for us to use for the discussions.
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**Facilitate the discussion.
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*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do. See Schedule and Blackboard for more specific info.
*In a public forum (probably a blog) we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge of assessment. [[Assessment Experts]]
*I created a blog http://everyaudiencehasadifferentpurpose.wordpress.com/. It's my first one
so be patient as it leaves a lot to be desired right now. But it will be easily accessible for us to use for the discussions.
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*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do. See Schedule and Blackboard for more specific info. Here's what a good response should look like:
**Relates to the text being discussed. It's ok to bring in personal experience/outside thoughts, but they need to relate to something that is being discussed in the text, and not just be extensions outside of the conversation.
**Adds to the group understanding by discussing a point more fully, and not just mentioning a point.
**Is well developed. When others read a post they should not be wondering what the writer meant. The writer should provide a full description of what points she/he is adding to the conversation.
**May be a counterpoint, but not just for the sake of saying the writer of the text is wrong. Counterpoint is useful when both sides are explored fully, and value if given to both perspectives.
*In the blog http://everyaudiencehasadifferentpurpose.wordpress.com/ we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge of assessment. Here is a list [[Assessment Experts]]. Once we decide who will work with each expert to help facilitate the discussions, here is what your role will be:
**Contact expert and verify logitics - when, how, where, etc.
**Provide expert with info concerning our recent class discussions -- what we have been reading, what we have been discussing, questions that have come up, etc.
**Answer questions the expert might have.
*This is my first blog
so be patient as it leaves a lot to be desired right now. But it will be easily accessible for us to use for the discussions.
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*I created a blog http://everyaudiencehasadifferentpurpose.wordpress.com/. It's my first one so be patient as it leaves a lot to be desired right now. But it will be easily accessible for us to use for the discussions.
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*In a public forum (probably a blog) we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge of assessment.

More info to come.
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*In a public forum (probably a blog) we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge of assessment. [[Assessment Experts]]
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*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do.
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*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do. See Schedule and Blackboard for more specific info.
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''' PALIMPSEST'''

Can be Technical: a very old document on which the original writing has been erased and replaced with new writing.
Or it might be Formal: something that has changed over time and shows evidence
of that change.
Chapter 3 on Maturing page 71 "Before judging the students performance as immature, the frame of maturing has to overlay it with the actual performance of another more experienced writer as if the two were a "palimpsest." So here this application of the term is more TECHNICAL.
Michael J. Harris
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We will do two types of discussions
*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do.
*In a public forum (probably a blog) we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge
of assessment.

More info to come.
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We will do two types of discussions
*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do.
*In a public forum (probably a blog) we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge
of assessment.

More info to come.
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''' PALIMPSEST'''

Can be Technical: a very old document on which the original writing has been erased and replaced with new writing.
Or it might be Formal: something that has changed over time and shows evidence
of that change.
Chapter 3 on Maturing page 71 "Before judging the students performance as immature, the frame of maturing has to overlay it with the actual performance of another more experienced writer as if the two were a "palimpsest." So here this application of the term is more TECHNICAL.
Michael J. Harris
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We will do two types of discussions
*On Blackboard we will discuss just between us the readings we do.
*In a public forum (probably a blog) we will discuss with several people out in the field about their experience with/knowledge of assessment.

More info to come.