Let Me Show You How

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This exercise will help you think about the steps of activities you know how to do so well that you might struggle to explain them to other people.

The Content Inventory

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This exercise will help you review what you have done during your time at Wesleyan, both inside and outside of the classroom. Think broadly about your experiences, accomplishments, and failures and what those teach you about your interests, strengths, weaknesses. … Continued

Reflection Analysis

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The purpose of this exercise is for you to help other students in the class deepen the reflective aspects of their posts and, in doing so, become more aware of how your own posts could be more reflective.

The Open Card Sort

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This exercise will help you to think about the connections between the different items in your content inventory. Be willing to explore the different ways you might group your items to reveal connections that might not be apparent at first glance. Make … Continued

Closed Card Sort

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Like the open card sort, this exercise will help you think about the connections between the different items in your content inventory by using two category sets to sort the items in your content inventory.

Documenting a Day

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In this exercise, you will pay special attention to what exactly you do in a day at Wesleyan. Pay attention to both the big and little things that happen to you in a day or things that you make happen. … Continued

Title Trade

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The purpose of this exercise is for you to reconsider how you have titled some of your posts. Your colleagues can look at what you have written with an “outsider’s eye” and help you come up with stronger titles that … Continued

Artifact Analysis

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The purpose of this exercise is for you to practice talking about an artifact and what it represents about what you have learned or are capable of.