I received the following e-mail today: "We have a large, blank posterboard where we can display the exciting ways we are assessing our students. This is due April 15th. If you can get it to me by 4pm Thursday, I would appreciate it. ... Anything you can contribute would be appreciated. Remember, use colors and big fonts." Well, I have no idea what they are looking for - but having recently seen a super cute faux Ikea instruction sheet for Stonehenge, I decided that was what I was going to do. During my lab this afternoon, in between helping students figure out rates of motion of various dinosaurs, I drew a bunch of cartoons. Note that I managed to not accomplish the "use colors" part of the vague instructions. To remedy this, I handed off the drawings (after scanning) to a student to colour during the geology club meeting. Mission accomplished. I can't wait to see what the administrators make of it.