State Your Case! Activity Sheet
From the "activity sheet" that you complete below, we will create a web page in the State Your Case! course materials collection. Please complete all fields. You are encouraged to upload files to accompany your example.
This form and the file uploads must be completed in a single session. Leaving the page erases the data. You cannot submit a partially completed form and return to it later.
About Activity Sheets
Activity sheets are one page summaries of teaching activities in a standardized format. Teaching activities in this context includes everything from a 5 five-minute in-class exercise to an semester-long student project. The goal of the activity sheet is to communicate the key elements of the activity to other faculty so that they can adapt the activity for their own course, or perhaps use it as a source of inspiration and good ideas.
In some cases an activity sheet may contain instructor-designed supplementary materials necessary to conduct the activity, such as students handouts, instructors notes, or rubrics indicating the criteria to be used for assessing the students' work. These supplementary materials can be embedded in the page as downloadable files. In other cases the activity sheet may draw heavily on materials available elsewhere with links or bibliographic references provided as appropriate. In still other cases an activity sheet may describe an activity that has been documented elsewhere: either on the web, or in print. In all cases faculty will benefit from the standardized format which allows them to efficiently skim a large number of examples to find those most relevant to their needs.