Welcome, TIRPers!
Welcome to the TIRP webboard!

Before you can begin posting your reports, you must make an account.

Please be sure that your username is your first and last names, capitalized and spaced as normal (ie Tommy Trojan, not tommytrojan).

Your account will require activation by CALIS staff before you will be able to post. If your username is not formatted correctly, we will delete your account and send you an email asking you to re-register with an appropriate username.

Once your account has been activated and you start your TIRP sessions, you can find your folder to post under the correct school and teacher. Each forum will have folders for each individual TIRPer with the class period and their name. Don’t forget to submit reports within three calendar days of your session!

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  Guiding Questions for Session Reports
Posted by: CALIS - 10-19-2021, 11:38 AM - Forum: Instructions for this webboard - No Replies

Think about session reports as an assignment you would turn into a professor to demonstrate the work you are doing. These are suggested questions to consider.

***Guidelines to organize substance and student specifics***
▪ List the focus question from your TAP. In a nutshell, how does the activity explore the question/issue?
▪ How did you introduce ideas or create context or connect past events to the present?
▪ What were the central concepts? What aspects did you emphasize? How did you present these?
▪ How did students respond? How did they apply the analytical tool? Include at least three specific student questions or comments that demonstrate their levels of understanding.
▪ Did anything inspire you to adjust or re-frame your next session?

***Not necessarily for each report, but certainly as part of the final report***
▪ What did you learn from preparing and teaching this topic?
▪ How does this topic relate to your studies or goals at USC?
▪ What may you be gaining from the process of teaching or the opportunity to engage with local youth?

REMEMBER that each session report must include the link to your TIRP Take-Aways for that session.

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  Posting a Session Report
Posted by: CALIS - 10-19-2021, 09:57 AM - Forum: Instructions for this webboard - No Replies

Your reports are the basis for academic credit. Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a record of your teaching complex issues in local schools.

Navigate to your school and teacher to find your designated thread to post your session reports.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.
4. Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
5. Each report must be submitted within 3 calendar days after each session.

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

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  Period 2 - Rachel Holzer
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:55 AM - Forum: Jamie Pettersen - No Replies

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

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  Period 2 - Javier Calleja Erdma
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:55 AM - Forum: Jamie Pettersen - Replies (2)

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

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  Period 2 - Claire Schreder
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:54 AM - Forum: Gloria Hernandez - No Replies

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

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  Period 2 - Grace Mulcahy
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:54 AM - Forum: Gloria Hernandez - No Replies

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

Print this item

  Period 8 - Anusha Vadlamani
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:53 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - No Replies

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

Print this item

  Period 8 - Kimya Jalinous
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:53 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - No Replies

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

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  Period 8 - Grayson Bradley
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:52 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - No Replies

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

Print this item

  Period 7 - Javier Calleja Erdma
Posted by: CALIS - 09-29-2021, 10:52 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (1)

Thank you again for being involved in the time-honored tradition of USC community engagement! Here are more step-by-step supports:

▪ Reports must include at least three specific comments, questions or ideas from high school students. These specifics can be varied to show levels of understanding, depth of discussions, or tangents of interest to the class, etc.
▪ Each report must include the link to your Google form for TIRP Take-Aways.
▪ Reports are due by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session. (Example: Reports for Thursday sessions must be submitted by midnight Sunday.)

Remember:
a. The webboard is public. Do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.
b. Guiding questions for reports from the training powerpoint are also posted here:
https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=165
c. Paragraph structure is helpful to the reader and more clearly organizes elements of your session report.
d. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than content, you may be asked to revise your report.

1. For each report, select Post Reply. (Do not select New Topic)
2. Copy/paste from your Word file and save a copy until after the semester is over.
3. Before pasting, confirm that you have met the minimum of at least 500 words.

A CALIS staff member will review your report each week and post a message below of the scoring for your performance evaluation.
We welcome any questions or concerns you have about scoring.

Print this item