Class 11, 12, or 13
Practice leading everyone in an activity, lesson etc. from your plan for practice. Prepare as instructed for other students’ activities, lessons, etc., participate during class, then provide feedback.
Campbell, Mary Baine. “Busy Bees: Utopia, Dystopia, and the Very Small” (PDF - 2.53MB). Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 36, no. 3 (2006): 619–642.
Between Class 11 and 12
Wylie, Sara Ann, Kirk Jaibert, et al. “Institutions for Civic Technoscience: How Critical Making is Transforming Environmental Research.” The Information Society: An International Journal 30, no 2. (2014): 116–126.
Prompt for Journal Entry (after the class when you practice)
Digest comments on presentation.
Prompt for Journal Entry (between other classes)
For your own area of knowledge production, what might be analogs for the three “goals and deliverables” from Wylie et al.
Löwy, I. “FISHing for Identity: Maternal-Foetal Traffic and the Change in the Meaning of Pregnancy.” 2009. [Unpublished paper on microchimerism
Submit plan for practice, revised and developed in response to comments on practice in class.
Between classes 13 and 14
Comment on the written product of another student.
One week after 14
Resubmit your product, revised in response to comments from an instructor and a peer.