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Third Pass Notes
- Protected namespace for reviewers called "Grading"
- Grading page will be a matrix with the left column being the unit template outline, followed by an integer value from 0-3 for each unit for each item on the template
- If the value is less than 3 for any part of a unit, comments will be written below for that section/subsection for that unit
- Calendar test: Ian
- Syllabus: Charlie
- Copy-editing: Kay and Ian
- TA tasks: pending labs' completion
- (Realistic deadline: end of May)
- Lab requirements should (theoretically) be in each unit.
- Catalog description: already written?
Second Pass Notes
- Each of the reviewers (Ian, Kay, Charlie) will review 6 units; Kay starts with What's a Model, Ian with Visualization, and Charlie Agent Based.
- All of our comments should go in-line in the unit's wiki page using the appropriate color. Let's not also send them an email with additional comments.
- We should be finished reviewing the second drafts by Friday March 13th.
- Use the unit template as a guideline - 0, 1, 2 points for each top-level heading (not home, somewhat viable, seems reasonable)
- Have they addressed all comments? (Class wiki, unit wiki, emailed notes)
- Review the lab section closely, this will be the focus of the next draft. Are the process and the outcomes specified clearly? Materials?
- Do all the questions have answers? CRS and quiz questions?
- Completeness check WRT the assignment page
- Is the reading section broken-down? Are the particular sections to be read identified?
- Lecture notes: is what needs to be taught adequately outlined? At least so the teacher knows what needs to be covered?
First Pass Notes
For everyone (mostly):
- Make sure you have an abstract, and overview of the unit's intent and purpose
- Draw up estimates of the cost of your unit for the worst case scenario (80 students)
- Questions? Silly? Too hard?
General process for the first draft review:
- Use copy and paste to insert comments into each unit.
- Whenever we make a review comment on a page, add the "Reviewer" tag so that the wiki can track comments for us.
- Charlie will take care of tracking when things are turned-in and deducting points as need be.
- Reviewer colors - Ian = darkmagenta, Charlie = red, Kay = blue, Dylan = green
Review checklist for the first draft review:
- completeness check WRT the assignment page
- is each item addressed with more than a header?
- layout, does this show clear thinking about the presentation? will this develop
- read background reading, make sure they make sense and are relevant
- is it reasonable
- is there enough, too much
- is it at the right level