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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Hallelujah!

Today was my last day of the semester. With just a wee bit of grading, this semester will be completely behind me. I think this was one of my better semesters. Not sure if it was because of changes I implemented or because I had a good crop of students, but I have some theories.

Highlights:

  • Attendance system = Awesome!
  • Personal Learning Plans = Good (minor tweak)
  • Self-assessments = Good (another minor tweak)
  • Paper audience for final project = sorta (needs tinkering, but I'm hopeful
  • Excel integration with Alchemist = Awesome! (tiny tweak and will be perfect
Low points:
  • Grade reports (switch to auto generated and emailed)
  • Following instructions (constant battle)
  • Format (GRRR! Make 'em use a template!)
That's all for now. Overall, not too much to revamp for the fall, so I should have a decent amount of time to work on writing (Yaay!)

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