In many ways an online class like this is a great way to measure your dispositions. First I don't expect people to know technology but I do expect to see you know what you don't know and show commitment to learning.
I also get insights into time management and punctuality with time stamped posts
I see how you worked well (or did not work at all) with others
I get to see you teach a module and evaluate your feedback delivery (how much you were involved in your module delivering feedback) and your assessment (using the form I will finish sending out)
Many of you share stories of overcoming adversity and life balance
Don't think our dispositions measure should even try to assess this but it does
overall though I often learn more about people here then I do in my face to face classes
I am working home all day today and tomorrow. I have to run and get a lawnmower real quick but after that you can call me on slack anytime if you need a conference or help
somebody asked me how I would define the difference between A-B. First I like to think in terms of proficient and exemplary. Proficent (B) means you met the objectives by completing the weekly assignments in ways that demonstrated growth. Exemplary means you also encouraged your peers to reach the objectives by teaching critiquing, commenting, interacting in ways that utilized the course content.
But if you think you demonstrate exemplary learning in this class and deserve an A for other reasons please make your case. If you have the evidence to support the argument I will agree.
(It is a self graded class)