2003-2004 EVALUATION conferences, Prof. E.J. Zita, Lab II Rm 2272
Physics of Astronomy
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Catalog Description Program Description
Physics of Astronomy, WS PA catalog PA winter, PA spring
Science Seminar, WS SciSem catalog SS winter, SS spring
Astronomy & Cosmologies, S AC catalog AC spring
Celestial Navigation, S   Cel Nav spring

These are 15-minute meetings.  Please arrive 5 minutes early so we can start promptly.  (After each 15 min. meeting, your prof needs 15 minutes to edit evaluatations based on our conversation.) 
One week in advance:  Turn in your complete portfolio, draft self-eval, and peer evals (see Portfolio & Eval guidelines for details).  This includes completed record sheets for Physics of Astronomy and Seminar
Bring to your conference: your revised self-eval,  and put your faculty eval  in the envelope mounted outside the secretaries' door (Lab II Rm 2250).
Get at your conference:  eval from faculty, any recent assignments, and your portfolio.  Those are yours to keep.  See sample evals at the bottom of this page.

These are 15-minute meetings. Come on time! Zita will use the 15 minutes after each meeting to finish each eval.

12:00 Carlos Aviles
12:00 N. Streuli
11:00 T. Schmidt
11:30 Chris Dove
12:00 Chris + Night
12:30 A. Brown, 12:30 Doug Jenkins, 12:30 NS
10-12: meetings 1:00 Brian Flewell,
1:00 Bryan Fordney,
1:00 Gene Schultz
  1:30 Chris Seel,
1:30 Jais Brohinsky,
1:30 BREAK
2:30 Ryan Smith, rsmith@riseup.net
2:00 John Samson,
2:00 V. Postil,
2:00 Annie Lehman annjl25@hotmail.com
3:00 J. Maxwell, 867-0051
2:30 Jake Sarrantonio,
2:30 H. Tramel

2:30 J. Walsh  veritasapril@eudoramail.com

3:30 E. Lien, 570-0534
3:00 BREAK
3:00 BREAK
3:00 E. Ogden ogderi08

3:30 Joey Fedrow,, fedjos28
3:30 Ed Janicki,
3:30 Nick Rosenbladt rosnic25

4:00 Brian Orr, orrbri27
4:00 L. Porter,
4:00 B. Gagne gagbre14
otakuba@msn.com 4:30 Jon Germano, 4:30 C. Meza,  
funfun@aol.com 5:00 Patrick Atrz,
5:00 S. Murphy,

5:30 Kalling Heck,

5:30 Don Noe


Friday 12 March 2004
Monday 15 March 2004
Jared Dubey
C. Bunn
Neil Huizenga
10:00 - 10:15
Sean Muir
Daniel Laggner
10:30 - 10:45 
M. Perkins
11:00 - 11:15
A. Lehman
11:30 -11:45
Kellen Lavin
12:00 - 1:00
Tyler Baumgartner 
1:00 - 1:15
Tristen Bristow
M. Davis
1:30 - 1:45
Matt Lampe
K. Foster
2:00 - 2:15
E. Ogden 786-1801 erinogden@comcast.net
G. Schultz
 2:30 -2:45
J. Walsh  970-1694
 3:00 - 3:30
Andrew White 253-884-4847
3:30 - 3:45
Joey Fedrow (phone?)
Chris Dove
4:00 - 4:15
Brian Orr (phone?)
Night Song
4:30 - 4:45
S. Mealy
C. Thomas-A 
5:00 - 5:15
Jake Holt (phone?)

Sample evaluations: DRAFT

Aa did (excellent, very good, good, fair, passing) work in (most of, much of) this program and learned a (great deal, fair amount) . SHe participated (actively) in (all, most, some) classes. SHe was (always, usually, sometimes, occasionally) well prepared and contributed (quite, somewhat) effectively. SHe completed (all, most, some) assignments with (excellent, very good, good, fair, passing) quality.

Aa's seminar essays improved in clarity, coherence, and depth. For example, in __, Aa wrote:

SHe showed (excellent, very good, good, some) ability to synthesize ideas from diverse sources, and to appreciate depth and nuance in meaning. SHe (is learning to) appropriately reference texts, in discussions and in writing. Aa was a (reliable and effective, teammate, always meeting commitments and contributing significantly to joint assignments. Classmates report that Aa:

Aa's best learning was in __. SHe developed strong skills in __ and demonstrated significant growth in __. For example, ___. SHe can benefit from greater attention to __. His/Her teams prepared clear handouts for their science minilectures, asked good questions, and helped the class learn to solve new problems. Aa contributed __ to class dynamics. Overall, Aa was a very valuable participant in this program and is well prepared for more advanced work.

Cc could have learned and contributed more effectively by always completing assignments and attending regularly.

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