After 6 weeks, the final day has finally arrived.

In a rabbit hole nutshell:

I’m exhausted and beyond impressed by my students. Beyond impressed. More on that later.

In the meantime, I have quite a bit of work ahead in terms of

a) putting together every student’s entries/comments in a single printed document (for my reading/review) and

b) sitting down to comment, evaluate, and grade each student and team.

With that in mind, it’s probably worth looking at how many students successfully managed to hit the 12 (or more) individual entries (2 paragraphs minimum; each paragraph 7+ sentences as a rough target) to be guaranteed the “Gentleman’s C”.

Without going into tremendous analytical detail, I wanted to take a look at the #’s with an eye on the fact that each student was challenged to do 12+ individual posts at some point throughout the project. Here are the # of published entries at the deadline:

Note:

if you click the link (i.e. their name), you’ll be able to read everything they wrote (and any comments they received).

Team #13: 56

Team #12: 57

- Adam K. 12
- Emma L. 19
- Kierston R. 12
- Vivian H. 14

Team #11: 63

- Darcy S. 20
- Connor S. 6* [note: he was given an extension due to absences]
- Devon H. 12
- Morgan P. 13
- Scott M. 12

Team #10: 42

- Brendon L. 12
- Gage L.6* [note: he was given an extension due to absences]
- Rachel M. 12
- Shannon L. 12

Team #9: 58

- Beth A. 14
- Benedikt K. 16
- Deron M. 14
- Gabriella B. 14

Team #8: 52

- Daniel L. 12
- Hersh T. 15
- Jackson H. 13
- Katie R. 12

Team #7: 57

- Alex D. 16
- Connor M. 15
- Keith C. 12
- Lindsay R. 12

Team #6: 65

- Caroline M. 14
- Haley M. 12
- Kristen K. 14
- Michael P. 12
- Mike N. 13

Team #5: 73

- Alex E. 12
- Sylvia A. 14
- Katherine H. 12
- Melissa H. 18
- Rivu D. 17

Team #4: 60

- Angela W. 15
- Brittany M. 15
- Kyle M. 12
- Derek M. 18

Team #3: 74

Team #2: 68

- Jenna K. 15
- Meighan A. 17
- Miles W. 14
- Samuel M. 12
- Carl K. 10

Team #1: 56