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Welcome to Transfiguration!

11/25/22 - PA Applications will open January 1. Applicants should have completed all Year One assignments, including essays, and have at least an 85% in the course.


Please read the following before beginning this course or reaching out to Professor Mitchell or her PAs with questions.

1. If you have any questions about the course content, please reach out to any of the Transfiguration 201 Professor's Assistants. A list of current PAs can be found on the right side of this page. Please note that owls asking for the specific answers to quiz or essay questions will not be tolerated.

2. If you have submitted an assignment and are waiting for your grade to be returned, please do not reach out to the professor or PAs asking when it will be graded. Our grading team is composed entirely of volunteers and grading can occasionally take a little while due to both the number of assignments submitted and the real life commitments of our team. Please be patient.

3. If you believe your assignment has been graded in error, please reach out to either Professor Mitchell or Dane Lautner with the Grade ID (found in your Gradebook) for the assignment in question along with an explanation of what you believe is incorrect. Please ensure your message is respectful or your appeal will be denied.  

4. If you have any comments or feedback about the course, please send an owl to Professor Mitchell.

Introduction to Animate Transformations WelcomeProfessor Mitchell stood in front of her desk, waiting eagerly for her Second Years to settle in so she could begin the first lesson of the year. “Hurry in everyone, we have lots to go over today!” IntroductionWelcome, all, to your seco…
WelcomeProfessor Mitchell stood at the front of the classroom as the Second Years filed in. On the desk beside her sat a clear plastic container with holes in the top and something moving on the inside, or, rather, a bunch of little somethings. IntroductionI hope you are all ready to begin as to…
Hedgehogs and How to Get Them back WelcomeProfessor Mitchell was shuffling papers around on her desk as the Second Years filed in. She was making sure she had everything she needed as there was quite a lot planned for the day’s lesson. On the chalkboard was written the word “Reparifarg…
Critters and Dishes WelcomeProfessor Mitchell stood in the corner of the room as the Second Years filed in. She appeared to be talking to someone, though no one could be seen. After a few seconds, a loud squawk came from behind the professor, then “Scary Mary! Scary Mary!” “Oh s…
Mice and Snuffboxes WelcomeProfessor Mitchell sat at the front of the classroom behind a large stack of papers as the students filed in. On the floor next to her desk was yet another box with small air holes cut into it that the students were getting accustomed to seeing. This box had quiet scuttl…
Snakes and Smoke WelcomeProfessor Mitchell stood at the front of the classroom as the Second Years filed in. Around her neck sat a yellow and black snake that she was stroking absent mindedly and behind her sat a stack of papers that the students assumed to be their graded midterms. Introductio…
Owls and Opera Glasses WelcomeProfessor Mitchell glanced at the clock as the line of owls at the back of the classroom hooted and cooed softly. She was walking around the room, setting what appeared to be owl treats on each of the desks as the students filed in. When she was finished, she returned…
Rabbits andSlippers WelcomeProfessor Mitchell sat giggling on the floor at the front of the classroom as the Second Years filed in. She was surrounded by medium sized rabbits of nearly every color, from white to pink. The room was a little chillier than normal and pillows and blankets covered the …
Fish and Flowers WelcomeProfessor Mitchellwas just sitting down behind her desk as the Second Years filed in. The room was lined with aquariums on either side, all filled with various colorful fish, and on the desk sat a tall stack of papers. As the students took their seats, the professor rose an…
In Transfiguration 201 we delve into animate to inanimate transformations and discuss some of the complexities and ethics behind these spells.
Course Prerequisites:
  • TNFG-101

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