Did You Run Into A Problem Or Issue In This Course What Was That Problem Is

 —-Did  you run into a problem or issue in this course? What was that  problem/issue? Must be specific (cannot be general). State the specific  problem/issue in writing. At what point in the class did it occur? Be  specific. Did it occur in the orientation (at the point of completing  the introductory discussion board or while completing one of the  self-assessments), in Unit 3 (during your research of the instruction  set), etc? 

—Did  you find that one of the assignments was not beneficial to the goals of  this course? Which assignment? Where was it located? Why or how was it  not important to the course goals? Be specific. Write it down.

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—Did  you find that an assignment that would have been helpful in meeting the  goals in this course was not included? What is the assignment? How  would it be more beneficial to students? 

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I am mainly looking for inclusions here: What  did you include? Was it sufficient for me to make a determination of  whether or not the issue was important enough to make a course  correction? Was your suggestion to include or delete an item from the  course sufficient enough to warrant an assignment correction?  Here is a  list of things I am looking for: 

You suggestion  has been thoughtfully/critically analyzed by you and is a genuinely  valid suggestion and not just one arrived at through your intense  emotion or dislike for the course or an assignment. 

It is based on a real problem you have encountered

Explains specifically when/how you encountered the problem and what happened as a result of the encounter/problem

Includes a valid suggestion for correcting or solving the issue

Includes  all guidelines suggested on page 485 of the textbook (there are only  6). Note: there is a fine line between an “authoritative tone”  (guideline 4) and utter rudeness. Find that sweet spot and avoid the  latter.