(Un)Charted engages assessment by redefining and expanding the boundaries of the chart or checklist to the charting of a networked path through de-territorialization/re-terriotorialization. This article discusses cartography as the creation of learning maps of a networked territory by the performance of networked avatars. The term avatar is expanded beyond the concept of the digital avatar and into the realm of any incarnation of the virtual in visualized/tangible form. Through analysis of video reflections as student avatars, the learning map reveals growth over time. Specific examples of student and teacher avatars are analyzed as a way of engaging in the process of becoming through the creation of a network of learning that is ChARTED through engagement.


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