Spring 2020

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    CLS 101 COVID-19 Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Grether, Holly; Abbott, Matthew; Crounse, Emily; Lambeth, Tanner
    Using the Kolbert book (Sixth Extinction), find THREE specific points of data (quotes) from throughout the book (any chapter/include pg#) that you think could somehow be applied to our current situation. For each, please first explain Kolbert's point and the larger context of what she was discussing. Please teach us something from the book that we may not have read ourselves. (*note: you can use the index and search for key words or you can skim through the book to find your three points).Then, do a bit of online research. Find an article that connects COVID-19 to the topic of climate change. Put a link to the article in your discussion thread and write a paragraph giving us a synopsis.Finally, write your own thoughts on the topic as a whole.
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    ANTY 242 Contemporary Japan COVID-19 Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Yamaguchi, Tomomi; Fukao, Chikako; Harrington, Cody; Tian, Maggie
    Contemporary Japan General Discussion Areas -EXTRA CREDIT -COVID-19, your thoughts and experiences This is an extra credit post and you can get up to 10 points. Please share your thoughts, daily experiences, struggles and observations of the ongoing situations related to COVID-19 in the US and in the world. We will discuss the issue related to COVID-19 and Japan later, but I would like to begin our discussion based on our daily experiences. Please share anything your own thoughts, news stories, etc. on this issue. Of course you can discuss something on Japan too, but this topic is not limited to Japan.
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    ANTY 428 COVID-19 Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Yamaguchi, Tomomi; Gordon-Mara, Madison; Harrington, Cody; Robbins, Kennedy
    This is a discussion topic for your extra credits for the course (10 points) and a place for you to share your own experiences, observation and thoughts on COVID-19 and various situations, esp. socio-cultural ones - caused by this outbreak? Feel free to post anything. I would also like to discuss what is the role of anthropology and anthropologists in this situation?
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    (no) NCUR Reflection EDSP 307
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Bartz, Jody Marie; Browning, Sydney; Lee, Morgan
    We are most certainly in an unprecedented space and time. COVID-19 has upended all that we knew as “normal” and has forced us into ‘distancing’ ourselves—which, if I may be honest, is so challenging for many, including myself Given our current climate and academic situation. The intent of an NCUR Reflection was to connect (and reflect) your EDSP experience(s) to undergraduate research shared at the conference. I’d like you to reflect on three things: (1) How has COVID-19 impacted you as a student? Share as much or as little as you’d like. This is your reflection and I want to be sensitive to everyone’s experiences; (2) As a future educator (or professional), I’d like you to think through what you’d do for your students/families/clients if the COVID-19 pandemic ‘hit’ post-graduation—what measures would you put in place to connect and support? And finally, (3) how can I support you for the rest of the semester? What things do I need to make sure to have in place to ease this time of uncertainty?
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    (no) NCUR Reflection EDSP 306
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Bartz, Jody Marie; Branshaw, Alexandria; Hain, Hayley; Helms, Mercedese
    We are most certainly in an unprecedented space and time. COVID-19 has upended all that we knew as “normal” and has forced us into ‘distancing’ ourselves—which, if I may be honest, is so challenging for many, including myself Given our current climate and academic situation. The intent of an NCUR Reflection was to connect (and reflect) your EDSP experience(s) to undergraduate research shared at the conference. I’d like you to reflect on three things: (1) How has COVID-19 impacted you as a student? Share as much or as little as you’d like. This is your reflection and I want to be sensitive to everyone’s experiences; (2) As a future educator (or professional), I’d like you to think through what you’d do for your students/families/clients if the COVID-19 pandemic ‘hit’ post-graduation—what measures would you put in place to connect and support? And finally, (3) how can I support you for the rest of the semester? What things do I need to make sure to have in place to ease this time of uncertainty?
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    RLST203D Spring 2020 COVID Responses
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Grether, Holly; Brunel, Lucas; Clinch, Jessy; Delaney, Joshua; Dittrich, Jack; Hancey, River; Johnson, Eric; McCoid, Kacey; Patterson, Jon C.; Preszler, Emily; Reimann, Emma
    Final discussion prompt: Please take a few minutes to reflect on the course. Write a post that discusses what you learned this session. If a friend were to ask what *they* should know about Buddhism, how would your respond? Finally, what advice might Buddhism help you deal with our current situation? Use at least three Buddhist terms in your answer. Respond to some of your classmates.
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    RLST321 Spring 2020 Final Discussion
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Grether, Holly; Angarone, Colleen; Bruzdzinski, Elyse; Goulet, Shayne; Hill, Libby; Hill, Meghan; Prater, Emily; Wilson, Frank William Jr.
    Write a final discussion post that addresses our current global pandemic and the experience of social distancing. Specifically, how do you think some of the women or concepts in Christianity/Buddhism could help us approach this. What might be the role of women and/or religion in addressing the global crisis OR your own individual experience with social distancing.Please write freely and incorporate thoughtful points from ANY of our course readings this semester. You should use 6-8 short quotes from at least 3 of our different sources.
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    EDEC 385 COVID-19 Time Capsule
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Lux, Christine; Benden, Denise; Edwins, Parker; Funk, Elizabeth; Rosin, Andrea; Scalley, Julia; Weber, Izzy
    When MSU moved to remote learning after spring break, I asked students in my EDEC385 Early Childhood Curriculum course to create a time capsule by choosing one word to describe how they were feeling. Students responded with a range of emotions, including excited, uncertain, calm, anxious, content and unbalanced. The word cloud on the book cover captured those words.In an online discussion, students wrote about how they were feeling and also uploaded a photo to capture their life in that moment. I wanted students to share their words, photos, and feelings to create a forum to understand and support one another.Flash forward to the end of the semester: for their final project, intended to document and showcase their semester-long field experience working with young children in classroom contexts, students designed a remote learning lesson using their time capsule word or photo. Some students opted to choose a new word, one that expressed a more positive outlook reflective of their changed perspective about their experience with COVID-19. This book contains a selection of the words, photos, and lessons students contributed to our EDEC385 Spring 2020 Time Capsule. Please enjoy!
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    ARTZ 217 COVID-19 Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Janzen, Gesine; Cox, Stormy; Lofing, Skylar
    This is a course assignment collected from ARTZ 217 as part of the MSU COVID-19 Special Collection in response to the pandemic of 2020.
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    Geographical Planning COVID-19 GPHY 365
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Church, Sarah P.; Hoefler, Tucker; Rosenthal, Jack; Wilkerson, Trevor
    Write a response to two topics (sign up in class). Reflect on a particular aspect of a reading of your choice that assigned for that day. Write a response reflection about the reading. Your fictional audience is the general public. Be explicit about which part of the reading you are responding to and take a position on the reading – do you agree, disagree, somewhat agree and why. Then. find a real-world example of what was discussed in the reading (photo/ map/ website/ video/ planning document/ ordinance/ podcast/ news report/ song). Discuss this example and why it relates to the reading. Insert or provide a link to the example in the response paper (and cite your sources). I will use examples you give me in class (and I may ask you to talk about your example).
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    (no) NCUR Reflection EDSP 458
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Bartz, Jody Marie; Billmayer, Ella
    We are most certainly in an unprecedented space and time. COVID-19 has upended all that we knew as “normal” and has forced us into ‘distancing’ ourselves—which, if I may be honest, is so challenging for many, including myself Given our current climate and academic situation. The intent of an NCUR Reflection was to connect (and reflect) your EDSP experience(s) to undergraduate research shared at the conference. I’d like you to reflect on three things: (1) How has COVID-19 impacted you as a student? Share as much or as little as you’d like. This is your reflection and I want to be sensitive to everyone’s experiences; (2) As a future educator (or professional), I’d like you to think through what you’d do for your students/families/clients if the COVID-19 pandemic ‘hit’ post-graduation—what measures would you put in place to connect and support? And finally, (3) how can I support you for the rest of the semester? What things do I need to make sure to have in place to ease this time of uncertainty?
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    Western Equitation EQUH 110 COVID-19 Response
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Shockley, Andrea; Graniss, Taylor
    EQUH 110I would like you to tell me how COVID -19 has impacted you. You can take any number of perspectives such as, relating to this class, your family, school in general, your job, your life, etc. You can do this in written form or video or if you think of another creative way. If you write it, I would like your paper to be at least one page single spaced. I shouldn't have to say this, but please check your spelling, grammar, etc. Read it aloud before you turn it in so it makes sense when I read it. Tell me your story.
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    Intermediate English Equitation EQUH 207 COVID-19 Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Shockley, Andrea; Lykins, Heidi
    I would like you to tell me how COVID -19 has impacted you. You can take any number of perspectives such as, relating to this class, your family, school in general, your job, your life, etc. You can do this in written form or video or if you think of another creative way. If you write it, I would like your paper to be at least one page single spaced. I shouldn't have to say this, but please check your spelling, grammar, etc. Read it aloud before you turn it in so it makes sense when I read it. Tell me your story.
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    Myth and Belief COVID-19 Responses
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Grether, Holly; Bergstrom, Stevie; Fielding, Payton; Kleppelid, Breana; Lozano, Serena; McFarlane, Liam; Springer, Stephanie; Werdel, Grace
    Final Discussion prompt: Please take a few minutes to update us about your thoughts about, or your individual experience with, the current global pandemic and social distancing. Speculate about final wisdom that you think at least two of our founders could offer. Finally, what do you think will stick with you most about this class? What will you likely remember; did you change your mind about anything, etc.
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    Gender in America - COVID-19 Journal Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Murphy, Mary P.; Bergin, Conor J.; Bernard, Abigail L.; Bodden, Sydney N.; Bucher, Kady H.; Cerkovnik, Cade R.; Davis, Alexandria B.; Frank, Jeffrey W.; Gilbert, Elizabeth K.; Green, Chisum T.; Grijalba, Katherine A.; Grissom, Conor M.; Hill, Libby R.; Horn, Forest S.; Kidd, Hannah L.; Leary, Courtney L.; Moore, Ashley E.; Regimbal, Tyson A.; Shipp, Abigail M.; Tilton, Rachel E.; Whited, Bryson C.
    We are living in a unique historic moment and it seemed to me that some of you might want to create your own historic record of your experiences. Having just read Matilda Rabinowitz’s memoir with her granddaughter’s commentary & illustrations, you have one model of what a personal record addressing larger historical themes might be like. But there are many ways you can go about this. Some of you may already be keeping a journal and you can use it—or parts of it—for this project.
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    HSTR 416 COVID Food Journal Assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Murphy, Mary P.; Graves, Cameron; Green, Chisum T.; Greenfield, Valerie J.; Grijalba, Katherine A.; Kidd, Hannah L.; Peterson, William W.; Phelan, Kaidin R.
    There are so many food issues connected to living through this pandemic: what food is available where; the anxiety of shopping; the impact on the restaurant business & workforce; the surge in baking, in the availability of recipes and cooking tips in various media; how people are cooking and eating or not; feeding the hungry.
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    WRIT 201 COVID extra credit - Massey
    (Montana State University, 2020-05) Massey, Kelly; Backer, Harrison; Heydenberk, Emma; Johnson, Anthony C.
    Assignment: We are living in a surreal time for most of us who have never experienced this sort of disruption to our daily lives. It is something that many in the past have documented as they lived through it. Since this is a writing course, I would like to encourage you to document your thoughts and feelings as you work your way through the challenges in your life and how this pandemic has disrupted what you do and what you know. It’s certainly given us a time for reflection of what we consider to be most important in our lives, and even what we take for granted.
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    WRIT 326 COVID assignment
    (Montana State University, 2020-04) Branch, Kirk; Albrecht, Madison; Burnham, Julia; Calloway, Jamie; Coniglio, Noelle; Couch, Anna; Devers, Jordan; Massey, Hannah; O'Connor, Emma; O'Hagan, Lucille; Orr, Katie; Ross, Abigail; Saurey, Adia; Sylvia, Alyssa; Valentine, Patrick; Zwolfer, Trixie
    This is a course assignment collected as part of the MSU COVID-19 Special Collection in response to the pandemic of 2020.
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    RLST206IH (ORIGINS OF GOD) COVID Responses
    (Montana State University, 2020-04) Guthrie, Jack; Branson, Karlee; Ortiz-Martinez, Marlene; Rordam, Sarah; Stumne, Mckenzie; Utter, Shayne; Grether, Holly
    Discussion prompt: View the Buddhist dharma lecture and the Taoism lecture. Discuss at least 4 concepts (two from each) . For each concept, discuss EITHER how it compares or contrasts to earlier material we have covered in this class OR how it could be applied to help explain or deal with our current global pandemic; or the experience of social distancing. Please write freely and be as creative as you want. Then, pose a question for further discussion and respond to at least two classmates.
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