- instructional tasks are limited to the current space and time of the course
- the assignment is: directed by the instructor, received by the student, produced by the student, graded by the instructor, and ends with the student receiving a grade. (Cyclical Drawing to demonstrate- can be done for unlimited as well.)
- course materials required to complete the assignment are not open
- student created content is not shared beyond the instructor when they are grading the assignment.
- the assignment does not include community engagement
- there is not any type of collaboration or communication outside of the transfer of the assignment from the instructor to the student and back to the instructor for grading
- innovative learning tasks
- learning beyond the classroom
- utilize open and affordable content
- the resources students create as part of the process are shared openly
- increase community engagement by asking students to solve problems with innovative solutions for positive change
- collaboration occurs in some form whether it be between the student and members of the community, students in another course, campus or institution.
- grading is based on a rubric that the student and faculty member mutually agree upon.
- student directed learning
- digital fluency skills utilized in the process of creating a digital artifact that will live beyond the end of the course.
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