What were your
two or three
favorite parts of
class? Why did
you like those
the most?
What were the
two or three
worst parts of
class? Why? How
could they be
better?
I was personally
disappointed with
the level of
interactivity we
managed. Were you?
Did it feel like you
got enough peer a...
Our posts to G+ rarely
resulted in lengthy
exchanges. Why didn’t
you choose to respond
to people? Was there
something unna...
What didn’t we
get to that you
wish we had?
Why? Where
would you have
put it?
If you had to
describe class as
a game, what
would it be, and
why?
Equate Dr. Phill
to a boss. Then
to an NPC. Why?
What items
would he drop?
Describe class as
a narratologist.
Then as a
Ludologist.
Then as Luigi.
Okay, last one
optional.
Imagine that the
entire class– these
last 6 weeks– was a
quest-line. Equate
your grade/what
you’ve learned to
an item. Wha...
You’re sitting in an inn in
some random RPG. You
hear an adventurer
claiming that a Doctor
Phillip of the Kingdom of
Immz ...
Analysis of Play: Summer Self-Eval
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Analysis of Play: Summer Self-Eval

  1. 1. What were your two or three favorite parts of class? Why did you like those the most?
  2. 2. What were the two or three worst parts of class? Why? How could they be better?
  3. 3. I was personally disappointed with the level of interactivity we managed. Were you? Did it feel like you got enough peer and instructor feedback?
  4. 4. Our posts to G+ rarely resulted in lengthy exchanges. Why didn’t you choose to respond to people? Was there something unnatural about the format? How could it be better?
  5. 5. What didn’t we get to that you wish we had? Why? Where would you have put it?
  6. 6. If you had to describe class as a game, what would it be, and why?
  7. 7. Equate Dr. Phill to a boss. Then to an NPC. Why? What items would he drop?
  8. 8. Describe class as a narratologist. Then as a Ludologist. Then as Luigi. Okay, last one optional.
  9. 9. Imagine that the entire class– these last 6 weeks– was a quest-line. Equate your grade/what you’ve learned to an item. What’d you earn?
  10. 10. You’re sitting in an inn in some random RPG. You hear an adventurer claiming that a Doctor Phillip of the Kingdom of Immz has offered to send her on a epic quest for glory. What advice do you offer?
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