Your grade for the course will be calculated from a total of 1000 points, awarded as follows:

Ongoing participation (25% of your grade)
Engaged participation: 100 points
Blog entries and comments: 150 points
In-class writing: 50 points

Creative explorations (40% of your grade)
1: Intersectionality zine: 100 points
2: Speculative vision: 100 points
3: Transformative media intervention: 100 points
4: Educational story/game: 100 points

End-of-semester projects (35% of your grade)
Practitioner presentation: 100 points
Final project: 200 points
Final reflection: 50 points

Progress toward capstone: 5% of your grade
Capstone workshops and consultation: 50 points

Your grade for the class is based on performance throughout the semester, not just a final project or exam. As you can see, your grade also counts on your working at being a good member of the class community. We each have different skills and experiences, and we should use them cooperatively and collaboratively.

A significant part of your grade in this class will come from your participation as a citizen, co-creator, and team member: working with your classmates and helping them to make their work the best it can be will help you do well. Grades are not curved; I want everyone to do well (not least because teaching is much more rewarding for me when everyone brings their best to class).