GEOG 497C
GIS for Transportation: Principles, Data and Applications

6.3 Getting to Know Each Other

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This week, you’ll have a one-on-one chat with one of your classmates (or me) as per the schedule you were provided in Week 1. The discussion should be at least 30 minutes in length. If it’s the first time you’ve chatted with each other, spend the majority of time getting to know each other. Otherwise, focus on discussing the lesson content.

Assignment 6-4 (15 points)

Submit a brief summary of the conversation (no more than 300 words) as an M.S. Word document to Assignment 6-4 in Canvas. The summary you’ll submit is an individual assignment and is not intended to be a joint activity. If it’s the first time you’ve spoken with each other, your summary should primarily address what you learned about each other (e.g., what do you have in common?). Otherwise, your summary should focus on ideas and insights about the lesson content which came out of the conversation.

One-On-One Rubric (15 points)
Criteria Ratings Pts
Followed Instructions Excellent: Student carefully followed all instructions for the assignment.
4.0 pts
Satisfactory: Student's submission exhibited some minor deviations from the instructions for the assignment.
2.5 pts
Poor: Student's submission exhibited major deviations from the instructions for the assignment.
1.0 pts
4.0 pts
Content Quality Excellent: Student's submittal reflected a conversation which was highly thoughtful and productive and provided substantial benefit in getting to know each other better and/or exploring lesson topics.
7.0 pts
Satisfactory: Student's submittal reflected a conversation which was somewhat thoughtful and productive and provided some limited benefit in getting to know each other better and/or exploring lesson topics.
5.0 pts
Poor: Student's submittal reflected a conversation which had little value in getting to know each other better and/or exploring lesson topics.
1.0 pts
7.0 pts
Writing Quality Excellent: Student’s writing was organized, clear, and concise and was free from spelling and grammatical errors.
4.0 pts
Satisfactory: Student’s writing exhibited some deficiencies in the area of organization, clarity, and conciseness and/or contained a few spelling or grammatical errors.
2.5 pts
Poor: Student’s writing exhibited major deficiencies in the area of organization, clarity, and conciseness and/or contained many spelling or grammatical errors.
1.0 pts
4.0 pts
Total Points: 15.0