Participation in the Seminar is a very important part of this course. It is the one chance that you have each week to interact with your classmates and your instructor real-time. Seminar is a great opportunity to cover course material in a fun and dynamic forum where you can discuss what you’ve learned in each unit and ask questions about topics that you don’t yet understand. Students should actively participate in each seminar. During each seminar, the instructor will be asking students lots of questions from the reading assignments, so there will be many opportunities to answer and to make additional comments or ask questions of your own.
FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION/HYBRID CLASSES: Attendance in a Distance Education or Hybrid course will be recorded within the FIRST WEEK of the course by one or more of the following: Student contact with the instructor through attendance at an on-site orientation session; Student participation in an online orientation session that is tracked through Blackboard’s “Student Tracking” feature, or through “Tegrity Reports,” or similar features in other course management systems; Student submission (online or in-person) of completed assessments, assignments, essays, or other course related work. After the first week, the student's "attendance record" will be based on the student's meeting course requirements such as submitting assignments or communicating with the instructor as outlined in the course syllabus. It is expected that a student will receive a weekly attendance record based on requirements stated in the course syllabus. If a student does not meet attendance requirements as stated in
Your instructor will evaluate your first draft, and you will receive a rubric prior to the submission date, explaining what is required of you to complete this phase successfully. Along with the evaluation of your Essay, your instructor will provide comments and suggestions on the necessary steps for you to take in preparing your final draft for submission. Phase 4- Final Draft, Research Essay (including any new research notes) DUE:May 9th You will submit the final draft of your research essay, together with in-text citations, a works cited page, and any additional research notes you have used since submitting your first draft. You will be given a final evaluation, and you will receive a rubric in advance, explaining how your final draft will be evaluated. Phase 5- Oral Presentation – DUE:May 21st-
Last, pick one of your course subjects and create a mock-up review schedule for a unit test. Estimate how many hours you will need to review for a test and block out units of time in your weekly schedule. Your plan should include daily and weekly reviews. Remember, your review schedule will vary from test to test, what’s important is that you learn to budget your time. Questions to Consider Learning Preferences • What did
Use Microsoft Project. Post drafts for the instructor to review in your learning team forum along with your Weekly Status Report. Learning Team Instructions Weekly Status Report Individual Service Request SR-ht-001 Update Resources: Status Report Template Update the Learning Team Status Report with current week activities and deliverables. Due Day 7 10 Update the Huffman Benefits project by creating task dependencies among the sub- tasks added in Week Two. Add all of the resources below to the Huffman Benefits project.
For this to be a successful plan, there must be tracking of reviews on the overall plan. There might be changes to the curriculum or the materials. This information will be collected, reviewed, monitored and evaluated from the trainers and all the participants weekly. If there are challenges that someone has, there might be a way to handle those challenges for a smoother training. The weekly questionnaires will include questions similar to the survey but allow for explaining of the issue (Kettner, Moroney, & Martin,
Each learning module is related to a text chapter and contains notes from me, discussion questions for your response, and quizzes to help you check your mastery of the material. Each week on Monday at 6am one or more learning modules will be available to you. At 6am on the following Monday morning the quizzes and discussion questions will be locked and you will no longer be able to do them. The content in each learning module will be available to you throughout the semester for you to re-read, if you choose. Reading: Assigned chapters in the Haviland textbook will provide the basic topics for each week’s learning modules.