F21 Penn Art of the Web: Names and Code of Conduct 
Registered Name
Preferred First Name
Phonetic Spelling
Gender Pronouns (optional)
Tech Stack at Home (Computer, Internet, Adobe)
Nika Simovich Fisher
Nika
nee-kuh
She/Her

Egret
Egret
ee-grit
she/her
computer, internet, adobe
Janice
Janice
jan-is
she/her
Computer, Internet, Adobe
Jihu
Jihu

she/her
Laptop, Internet
Rebekah
Becky
beh-kee
she/her
Computer, Internet, Adobe
Catherine
Catherine
ka-thrin
she/her
computer, internet
Amy
Amy
eh-me
she/her
Computer, Internet, Adobe
Tarah
Tarah
tare-ruh
she/her
Computer, Internet, Adobe
Ashley
Ashley
ash-lee
she/her
Laptop, iPad, Internet, Adobe
Lindsay
Lindsay
lin-zee
She/Her
Computer, Internet, Adobe
Sylvia
Sylvia
sil-vee-uh
She/Her
Computer, internet, Adobe
Sarah
Sarah
sar-uh
she/her
computer, internet, adobe
Kristine
Kristine
kris-teen
She/her
computer, internet, Adobe
 

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Code of Conduct


At the start of each semester, we will create a group agreement, otherwise known as a code of conduct that has been written collectively. (As a reference, we might refer to the School for Poetic Computation’s code of conduct).

Each person must add at least two items! Please list below

Classroom Agreement

Our Values 

Respect for one another
Appreciate Differences
Honesty (ex. both constructive + positive critiques)
Be open to experimentation and mistakes

We Do

Encourage each other
Respect each other’s work
Respectfully give constructive feedback
Collaborate and help each other
Get to know one another 
Share our resources with one another
Provide our peers with our full attention when one of them is speaking/presenting
Ask questions
Offer support to each other
Put in effort to do well!
Step out of our comfort zone

We Don’t Do

Put each other down
Make personal insults
Talk over each other
Use Harmful language
be disrespectful when others are presenting