Make-up exams must be arranged with the instructor prior to the next scheduled class. Failure to do so will result in a zero (0) for that exam. Make up exams are only given for excused absences. Students may be asked to provide documentation to support their absence. Classroom Conduct: • Students are asked to please be considerate of their fellow classmates by arriving to class on time and remaining in the classroom for the entire class period.
Bring two copies of the essay with you to class and post a copy to the page of the course Blackboard site. ● HW2 – Two parts. Part 1, Bring a copy of one annotated page of the Lind article (see RW pages 70-73). Part 2, Create a properly formatted works cited page entry for the Lind article SATURDAY, 02/09 ● Quiz 2 4 FRI 02/15 ● RW – “Planning,” p.2-23 and “Drafting,” p.23 – 29 ● RW – “Writing about texts,” p.70-79 ● BB – Murray, “Should the Obama Generation Drop Out?” ● BB – How to Write an Editorial or Opinion Column” ● BB – Essay Assignment 2 ● Discuss Murray essay ● Discuss writing a an editorial ● Workshop response to Murray Op-ed ● Peer Review 1 ● HW3 -- Two parts. Part 1, Create a bullet list of the following from the Murray Op-ed: key words, key phrases, key ideas Part 2, Create a properly formatted works cited page entry for the Murray Op-ed.
Therefore, please be sure to get the phone numbers of at least two of your classmates. Classroom Etiquette: Please be punctual Please raise your hand when you want to share your opinion or idea Please turn off all digital devices. If you must keep your cell phone on, turn it to “vibrate” Please avoid eating in the classroom Class Participation: You are expected to participate in routine class discussions. You are required to read you work aloud on occasion. Your work will occasionally be selected for in-class review, which means your work will be shared with your classmates.
If you are not in class the day a current event is due, you are expected to have e-mailed it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org so the time on your e-mail is prior to the start of class (i.e., you can’t skip class because you forgot your current event and then e-mail it to me later) 7. Academic Integrity Academic Integrity is at the heart of a sound academic policy. The integrity of a school course and program depend on the honest completion of student work. Cheating and/or plagiarism violate the most basic understanding between a student and a teacher—that a student’s work is his/her own. • Cheating occurs when a student: − copies someone else’s work and/or violates copyright.
Please keep these strange behaviors for the enjoyment of your friends outside of class. Late Work: Quizzes and other in-class work cannot be made up. If you cannot be in class when a first or final draft of an essay is due, you may send in the draft via email. You will need to give me a printed copy of the final draft at the next class meeting. If the email is on time, I will give you credit for the work—for one assignment.
* If you are absent for the in-class presentations, you will not receive credit for these assignments, i.e. you will earn a ZERO for the presentation. * Please bring your readings to class. * You must check your VCCS e-mail and the Blackboard site regularly for class announcements. * For additional course policies, please refer to the course’s Blackboard site.
Drafts: For essays and longer assignments, I will check to see that you have partial drafts and rough drafts on the days when they are due, and these will count for participation points. It is important that you bring those assigned partial and rough drafts to class when they are due so that you can take advantage of workshops and feedback to improve your work before the final draft is due. • Final drafts of essays are evaluated, in part, as good faith evidence of each student’s participation in the writing and learning processes. Thus, if the student writer has not brought rough drafts (partial or whole) to class workshops when due, or the student has not talked with me before the day that the final draft is due and produced those drafts, then I reserve the right not to accept the out-of-class essay final draft until these requirements have been met to my satisfaction. (Note: late penalties will apply.)
The purpose is to cover all the topics and stay on schedule and take care of the business and other issues of the school. If they did not have an agenda, the meeting could get out of hand and other issues could be brought up that have not been researched for that particular meeting. Each member gets a copy of the agenda, which would include expenses that the school had, not just what they needed to talk about. It would probably include any teacher issues, such as firing someone for doing something wrong to a child, that would be a legal issue. agenda: statement of the meeting's purpose welcome minutes of the previous meeting matters or business arising from the minutes correspondence reports major agenda items/presentations (in order of priority) general business/discussion new ideas confirmation of actionable items date of next meeting-chair and minute taker for next meeting close 2. what are the attributes of an effective and efficient meeting?
As this class is in online format, “class participation” will be measured by regular postings to the class Discussion Boards. A student may be dropped for excessive absences or lack of participation. It is the responsibility of each student to contribute to the class Discussion Forums and respond to your fellow students’ posts. This is a participatory class, so be prepared to participate. Withdrawal Policy (Drops): Withdrawal from the course after the official day of record (see current catalog) will result in a final grade of “W” on the student transcript, and no credit will be awarded.
PSY 668 Clinical Interventions with Children & Adolescents Final Examination Study Guidelines Procedures: Bring 1-2 Response Booklets to record your answers (If these are unavailable at your home campus, they will be provided for you). Write your name on the front of the response booklets and on the exam. The exam is closed book. You will have the full class period (2’ 45”) to complete the exam. However, the exam is designed to be completed in less time.