Process Review


In a Process Review at the end of a project (or course), you identify four to six examples or exhibits that capture the process of development of your work and your thinking about the subject of the project (or course). The examples chosen need not be your best work—you might include entries from your PPD workbook, Freewriting, drafts of submissions, and so on. You explain your choices in a one or two page cover note for the whole Process Review and in annotations of each individual example or exhibit.

(see Phase J)