Since the scoring of productivity can be a little weird, here’s the outline for gaining points (if you’re wondering, the scale is loosely based on this graph). These points will either go directly to the individual or group. The actions you perform will be judged by a group of unbiased peers (across all groups), and will be assessed according to the following scale:
Designated by the word “read”. You utilized a basic skill, and preformed accordingly. Nothing new necessarily was learned, but something was definitely gained. Nothing too in depth, just a simple step forward.
Designated by the word “act”. You or your group has expanded your work beyond the first comprehensive level, and has put that basic skill through a test.
Designated by the word “write”. This is more advanced than the previous level. Your ‘basic skill’ has become something a little more useful, maybe building off of several other skills.
Designated by the word “network”. At this point, you’ve taken your skills and compiled them. One step away from completing a major achievement. A little bit of the Internet may have been used, too.
Designated by the word “collaborate”. Either you or your group has accomplished a hulking task, and has created something unique. A true symbol of the productivity of what you’ve set out to do. This requires a bit more work, and a lot more thought.