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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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  Period 5- Kayli Choi
Posted by: Kayli Choi - 10-30-2023, 03:09 PM - Forum: Gloria Hernandez - Replies (4)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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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Session 1: NPR: Out of a Nigerian Slum, a Poet Is Born + Four Worlds
- On time 2/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 6/6
Comments: This is a fantastic report, Kayli! You detailedly documented the content and the concepts in the course, as well as students’ reactions and responses. I also really appreciate your effort to actively engage the students. Nice job!

LY 11/2

Session 2:
- On time 2/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 6/6
Comments: I really love how you closely connect your studies at USC to the topics you covered in your TIRP sessions, Kayli! It really showcases how the Service-Learning opportunity compliments your USC career. As always, great job detailing specific students’ responses in the session!
LY 11/7

Session 3:
- On time 0/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 6/6
Comments: Great report, Kayli! Again, very nice correlation between the TIRP takeaways and your current studies

Session 4: NYT:
- On time 0/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 6/6
Comments: I hope you enjoyed your TIRP experience, Kayli! I'm glad that you took levels of analysis to both teaching and your own studies, and we'd love to have you back to TIRP for future semesters!

LY 11/27

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  Period 2 - Charlie Merkel
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 10:01 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (4)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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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Session 1: NPR: Whole Foods Founder and Conscious Capitalism
- On time 3/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 6/6
Comments: You did a good job of detailing specific student interactions, but there was no inclusion of the 4W activity mention on the TAP. It would be best to include where you deviated from your plan so we can adjust your materials for future sessions.

Session 2: CAGE and How Companies Invest Internationally
- On time 3/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 3/6
Comments: You included a very detailed lesson plan, but there was a bit too much focus on definitions rather than the activity itself. There were also some points taken off due to the lack of student interaction detailed, as you only mentioned groups instead of any individuals.

Session 3: Farm subsidies
- On time 3/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 2/6
Comments: Another very detailed lesson plan, but limited student interaction covered.

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  Period 2 - Elina Salyakhova
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 10:00 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (2)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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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Session 1: NPR: Whole Foods Founder and Conscious Capitalism
- On time 0/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 6/6
Comments: You did a good job of detailing specific student interactions, but it was missing parts where you deviated from the TAP plan

Session 2: CAGE and How Companies Invest Internationally
- On time 0/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 0/6
Comments: You included a very detailed lesson plan, but it seemed very impersonal and lacked meaningful details of student participation.
Session 3: Farm subsidies
- On time 0/3
- Substantive 6/6
- Student specific 0/6
Comments: Another very detailed lesson plan, but no student interaction mentioned.

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  Period 2 - Viswa Douglass
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 10:00 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - No Replies

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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 4 - Justin Virk
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 10:00 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (3)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Session #1 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 15/15
Comments: Amazing report Justin! Love that it is very substantive with the way you use the material and it is packed with student specific examples! Great job! -- OL 11/10

Session #2 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 15/15
Comments: Thank you for your amazing report! I love the way you introduce the One Child Policy to the class and all the student specific comments. Good job! -- OL 11/10

Session #3 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 15/15
Comments: Another amazing report! Great substantive report on the NPR case with student specific examples. Thank you for your service and lessons this semester! -- OL 11/10

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  Period 4 - Julia Kempf
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 09:59 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (3)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Session #1 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 4/6
Total: 13/15
Comments: Great report Julia! I am glad to see your implementation of the ethics dilemma. You have also included two great student specific example. However, you need three student specific example to score full points. Remember to add what student C did. Otherwise, good job! -- OL 11/3

Session #2 report
On time: 0/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 5/6
Total: 11/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. Remember to put the session material and focus question in your report next time. Good report on the one-child policy lesson. Again, as mentioned above, please have a third student specific comment to score full point on that. -- OL 11/3

Session #3 report
On time: 1/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 3/6
Total: 10/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. It is very substantive and I love reading how you use the NPR case to encourage discussion about homelessness. Although you included student A's response and some other students' responses, we want two more student specific examples. Anyway, thank you for your service and lessons! -- OL 11/10

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  Period 4 - Olivia Batist
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 09:59 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - No Replies

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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 - Marissa Yeh
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 09:59 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (3)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Session #1 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 15/15
Comments: Great report, very substantive with of your usage of the Nigerian poet case packed with very student specific examples. -- OL 11/17

Session #2 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 15/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. Very substantive and student specific, love the question you ask at the end of the class! -- OL 11/17

Session #3 report
On time: 3/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 15/15
Comments: Great report! Substantive with the tools you use and packed with student specific examples! Great effort with the slideshow!-- OL 11/17

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  Period 8 - Anika Sinha
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 09:59 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (1)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Session #1 report
On time: 0/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 12/15
Comments: Great report, very substantive with your implementation of teaching strategies (i.e. think-pair-share) and very student specific examples. -- OL 11/17

Session #2 report
On time: 0/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 12/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. The report is substantive with your usage of the NPR case and has 3 student specific examples! -- OL 11/17

Session #3 report
On time: 2/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 6/6
Total: 14/15
Comments: Great report! Substantive with the tools you use and packed with student specific examples! -- OL 11/17

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  Period 8 - Kenneth De Leon
Posted by: CALIS - 09-26-2023, 09:58 AM - Forum: Estela Leon - Replies (1)

Thank you for participating in TIRP service-learning outreach!

Your reports are the basis for academic credit.  Whether or not you are seeking a credit option, reports are required as a university record of service-learning efforts and impact in local schools.

Required Format:
Session 1 materials: [The first line of your report is the session number and full title of the database item(s).]
Focus Q: [On a new line, list your focus question from your TAP form. If you changed the question then add the new version after the TAP version.]
*** For the minimum of 3 student specifics, do not refer to students by name; instead call them Student A, B or C.
*** For the minimum of 500 words, guiding questions are here: https://www.forums.usc-calis.net/showthread.php?tid=297

Use clear paragraph structure. If you include too much focus on the step-by-step process of the lesson rather than substance, you may be asked to revise your report.
*** The webboard is public. If you include names, commentary or observations, you will need to revise your post.

To Post:
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 be submitted by midnight within 3 calendar days after each session.

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.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Session #1 report
On time: 0/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 2/6
Total: 8/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. While the report is late, it is substantive with the implementation of the material. You did mention some student's response but it is not in the format of "student A... student B... student C...". -- OL 11/13

Session #2 report
On time: 0/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 5/6
Total: 11/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. The report is substantive with your usage of the NPR case and you did include 3 student specific response, it is just not in the format of "student A...student B...student C..." Otherwise, great report! -- OL 11/13

Session #3 report
On time: 0/3
Substantive: 6/6
Student specifics: 4/6
Total: 10/15
Comments: Thank you for your report. Great description of the tools you used in class (eg popcorn reading) and you did include some student specific response (i.e. student A...) and some general students' response. It would have been better if you include two more student specific examples (student B...student C..). -- OL 11/13

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