Writing your self evaluation

Submitted by fiksdals on Wed, 2007-03-14 13:53.

Students sign-on through my.evergreen.edu (using their Evergreen accounts) to gain access for writing their self-evaluations, evaluations of faculty and summative self-evaluation.Once logged in, students can create new evaluations, save them, and return to them for later editing.

Important Dates

Submitted by fiksdals on Thu, 2007-03-01 12:36.
  • Monday, March 12: Last possible day to catch up on Forum comments (required for full credit)
  • Wednesday, March 14: Last possible day to sign in at the language lab to receive full credit (1 credit/quarter) for weekly attendance of 1 hour.
  • Thursday, March 15: Self evaluation is due.  please read the following prior to writing your self evaluation.

Preparation for writing your self evaluation.  Think about the following 4 expectations and make notes about your learning and the way you took responsibility for your learning.  If you were in our program fall quarter, you can build on that evaluation.  It is most effective to write 1-1 ½ pages and to consider your work in history, literature, sociolinguistics, French language, and current events over the entire time you have been in the program rather than writing first about fall quarter, then winter.

Your Evergreen email account

Submitted by fiksdals on Thu, 2007-02-22 17:22.
In March, email will begin to be used as an official communication method between the college and students.
Please make sure that your evergreen.edu email address is activated before Spring registration opens on March 12. Go to my.evergreen.edu to activate or to change user settings.

Film Suggestions

Submitted by fiksdals on Wed, 2006-12-20 13:32.

We strongly suggest that you see the Battle of Algiers, an important film that will help you understand the war France led against Algeria in the attempt to keep it as a department of France.  There is a new version available, but the old one is still very powerful.

You may want to see some of these films as a way of continuing your work in French language acquisition and also to learn more about French identity. If you would like to suggest others, please do so!