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Reports of Learning in Sociology, Spring 1999
Students Wandering in Halls and Other Strange Places

California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest update: June 17, 1999
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"Grades", by Last Four Numbers of Student ID

These short statements of my perception of your learning are what grew from my review of all the records and our experiences in class. In a cooperative learning world, in which our objective is to help each other gain critical insights, what should matter, instead of "grades" is such a report. Learning that I can tell you I have seen, either directly or through some of your work, and that you can confiirm. That is learning accountability.

As we gain skill at this, a paragraph of recommendation should be your goal for the end of each course, each semester. If you were to realize that this is how I will end the course, and you were to want the best possible recommendation of your learning, we could interactively check our respective records all semester, and the recommendations could be detailed and helpful to all who want to know about your learning.

Visit Letters of Recommendation for clues on how to do this.

It was a pleasure teaching you. I hope that some of you will visit me, or e-mail me and begin to let me know how these recommendations could better reflect your learning. I apologize that there is no order to the numbers; that is because you were listed alphabetically on my roll sheet. jeanne

Sociology 494S, Independent Study


Sociology 370, Moot Court
Shared Section Focused on Translation to Web Site






Grade Changes, Spring 1999


Shepherd, Jaime