self-evaluation of your own participation

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  • As we arrive at the end of the semester, as with the midterm grades, please do another self-evaluation of your own participation this semester, and give yourself a grade out of 30 points. Again, use the below rubric that we devised on the second day of class, reflect honestly on the entire semester (your own efforts, how prepared you have been, and how much you have been contributing to the conversations) focusing on any changes from the first half. Please turn this in on Dec 9, so that you know exactly what your final grade is going into our final exam meeting.( I have 7 absents and some works were late so make sure to write that and I dont Preparat a lot in the class and give some excuses)

Exemplary (Full Points)

Proficient (2/3 of the points)

Developing (1/3 of the points)

Unacceptable (No points)

Professionalism:

arrives on time for class, remains in class for entire period, no usage of electronic, and consistently follows class policy

5 Points Total

Consistently arrives on time for class, remains in class for entire period, no usage of electronics, and consistently follows class policy

Frequently arrives on time for class, usually remains in class for entire period, no usage of electronics, and usually follows class policy

Sometimes arrives on time for class; occasionally remains in class for entire period; some electronic usage and sometimes breaks class policies

Rarely/never arrives on time for class, or remains in class for entire period; blatant usage of electronics; does not follow class policies; excessive absences

Preparation:

Has read the material, has the book and open, assignments completed, notes or annotations

10 Points Total

Consistently completes assignments, has read the material and brings the book and uses it in class; has notes or annotations.

Frequently/ usually completes assignments, has read the material and brings the book and uses it in class; has notes or annotations

Sometimes/ completes assignments, has read the material and occasionally brings book and uses it in class; minimal notes or annotations

Rarely/never completes assignments, has not read the material; does not brings book to class; no notes or annotations

Participation:

Frequency/relevance of contribution, ability to make connections, ask questions, engage in conversation with peers, and initiating conversation

15 Points Total

Consistently contributes, always makes relevant contributions and connections to the readings, asks questions, engages with peers and initiates conversation

Frequently/ usually contributes, makes relevant contributions and connections to the readings, asks questions, engages with peers

Sometimes/ occasionally contributes, makes relevant contributions, engages with peers

Rarely/never contributes, makes relevant contributions. Primarily disengaged from the group

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NicholasI
School: New York University

hello, kindly find the attached completed work. Thank You.

Running head: PERSONAL ASSESSMENT

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Personal Assessment
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PERSONAL ASSESSMENT

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During this semester I have tried to be consistent with class attendance. I have missed
classes on several occasions against my wish. Most of the cases, it was in the process of trying to
adopt to the climate around occasional...

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