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APGAR for Class Meetings

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A quick, anonymous, self-scoring checklist for students to assess generally productive class preparation behaviors. Modeled on Dr. Virginia Apgar's famous checklist for newborns. A description of my …

A quick, anonymous, self-scoring checklist for students to assess generally productive class preparation behaviors. Modeled on Dr. Virginia Apgar's famous checklist for newborns. A description of my thinking about the checklist, which I devised, is here: http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/?p=421


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  • 1. 1. Did you read the material for today’s class meeting carefully? No=0, Yes, once=1, Yes, more than once=2 2. Did you come to class today with questions or with items you’re eager to discuss? No=0, Yes, one=1, Yes, more than one=2 3. Since we last met, did you talk at length to a classmate or classmates about either the last class meeting or today’s meeting? No=0, Yes, one person=1, Yes, more than one person=2 4. Since our last meeting, did you read any unassigned material related to this course of study? No=0, Yes, one item=1, Yes, more than one item=2 5. Since our last class meeting, how much time have you spent reflecting on this course of study and recent class meetings? None to 29 minutes=0, 30 minutes to an hour=1, over an hour=2