D2L use and email: eLearning (Desire to Learn; D2L) will be the main communication platform for this class. Course announcements, lecture slides (in pdf), assignments, assessments and your scores will be posted on D2L website frequently. Make sure you are able to access D2L for checking messages and assignments at least twice a week. What to do if you miss a class: 1. Study the assigned textbook chapters and lecture slides for the missed lecture.
I gave more details about the relationship between MacFarland and Mike. I also included Ken into my summary to help with the confusion of who he is. I also reworded sentences that were confusing. I’m hoping my revised final draft will give insight into this excerpt by Mike Rose. Ashley Reuzenaar Professor Hickman English 111 05D 2 September 2015 Summary and Response Educational scholar Mike Rose authored I Just Wanna be Average excerpt from Lives on the Boundary, a semi biography of his high school experience in vocational education at Our Lady of Mercy.
Ashlea’s Helpful Hints USA MSN/DNP I thought it might be helpful to compile a list of helpful advice that I have learned, created, etc in regards to online learning and navigating USA and nursing grad school in general ***Online classes have a different feel and process. They take a little time to get used to but it is TOTALLY do-able for anyone, you just have to find what works for you. *** Terms: (and you thought the only new vocab would be medical-related…lol) Jagmail: Your school email address. Check it often, some professors actually send stuff out. Generally it’s first and last name ex: Ashlea.email@example.com PAWS: The webpage that allows access to enroll, pay for classes, check final grades, request transcripts,
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Pierce College SYLLABUS MNGT 295 - Human Resource Management Fall 2014 For course syllabus posted prior to the beginning of the term, the professor reserves the right to make minor changes prior to or during the term. The professor will notify students, via e-mail or Canvas announcement, when changes are made in the requirements and/or grading of the course. PLEASE PRINT THIS SYLLABUS AND READ IT CAREFULLY FOR SUCCESS PROFESSOR INFORMATION Professor: Dr. Paul L. Gerhardt, Ph.D. Office Hours: By arrangement Office Location: 9401 Farwest Drive SW; Lakewood, WA 98498 USA Office Telephone: 253-964-6429 (PST) Email: email@example.com Faculty Website: http://www.paulgerhardt.com Class Time: Online Daily (Sunday – Saturday)
He confesses: “What I am about to say to you has taken me more than twenty years to admit: A primary reason for my success in the classroom was that I couldn’t forget that schooling was changing me and separating me from the life I enjoyed before becoming a student” (598). Richard Rodriguez also explains that how he tactfully avoid hi family’s inquiry about his new-found love for books. He would hide inside of a
I had heard about some ‘distance learning’ courses that a few of my colleagues had completed in the past, and enquired to my manager about any available. She informed me that there was an upcoming ‘infection control’ distance learning course, which would gain me an NCFE certificate. I requested to be signed up for this course, as I felt I wanted to learn more about a subject that is very important in my role. It was my job to ensure I phoned Stratford College to arrange my sign up, and take down any notes that were necessary. I used time management to ensure that I met each of my four week deadlines, having done the work to the standard required.
MGT 305.04W/.05W Management & Organizational Behavior Fall 2012 Tentative Course Syllabus Instructor: Lindy Cheatwood E-Mail: Lindy.Cheatwood@tamuc.edu Class Type: Online Office Hrs: By appointment as needed The best way to contact me is via e-mail. This is an online course; therefore, expect most communication to be online. *IMPORTANT* Each time you send an e-mail to me, the subject line should read “MGT 305” to ensure that I receive the message. If you follow these directions exactly, I will respond to emails within a 48 hour time period. If you do not follow these instructions exactly, I cannot assure you that I will respond as quickly because your e-mail will be lost in a sea of other e-mail messages.
Jigisha Patel English 1020 – 007 Pharinet, a graduate and daily contributor for Yahoo’s online network, expresses her view on the stance of college not being for everyone in her article, “Is College for Everyone?” The former college graduate uses her experiences in college to consider some of the pressures faced by individuals to attend college. She does so by explaining how it has now become a practice to attend college solely “to get a good job, to please ones parents, or to find oneself.” Pharinet’s purpose is to get the reader to be aware of the fact that there are too many students enrolled in school who simply don’t belong there. Pharinet’s audience is very broad, but it is mainly for future college students and their parents. She says, “not everyone is in need of higher education in order to be successful.” She hopes to get the readers to understand the fact that there is still a need for factory workers, mail carriers and construction workers, people that make a significant difference without a degree. The topic that Pharinet writes about is well discussed because she uses few reasons as to why students decide to attend college.
Technology Proposal: Faculty Professional Development Introduction Imagine being a college professor who was just informed that they would be teaching several of their courses fully online. Not having any online teaching experience and limited technology knowledge they would become quickly overwhelmed. My goal is to bridge the gap between technology and online teaching. As an Instructional Designer I spend my day working with faculty on technical problems in their online classes. The majority of these technical problems are user error related.