V. METHODOLOGY This course will conducted through traditional lecture and student-centered activities including case studies and problem solving exercises. VI. COURSE OUTLINE/ASSIGNMENTS Pre-Class Assignment: Read course text Chapters 1, 2 and 3. Be prepared to discuss/respond to end of chapter questions and problems. Course Outline: August 22, 23 - Text chapters 1 through 5, Introduction to Materials Management, Production Planning, Master Scheduling, Capacity Management.
ENG 101—English Composition I English Department Fall 2011 10-week Session Catalog Course Description: This college transfer course emphasizes the study of composition in conjunction with appropriate literary selections, with frequent theme assignments to reinforce effective writing skills. A review of standard usage and the basic techniques of research are also presented. Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 or ESL 110, RDG 100 or ESL 100 or equivalent placement test scores. Credit Hours: 3 Department website: www.midlandstech.edu/edu/ed/english Desire2Learn Login Page: https://elearn.midlandstech.edu Note: ALL students in this class are required to use a D2L course website for handouts, notes,
English 102 Spring 2014 Dr. H. Austin Whitver E-Mail: email@example.com Office: TBA Office Hours: At set days before papers are due, after class, and by appointment. I am also on campus quite a bit, so if you need help, please feel free to e-mail me. Sections: EN 102 323 - [TR 5:00 pm-6:15 pm] and EN 102 326 - [TR 6:30 pm-7:45 pm] Prerequisites •Score of 3 on either AP English Exam (allows students to get placement credit for 101 and move directly into 102); OR, •Successful completion of 101 with a grade of C- or higher Course Description The second in a two-course sequence, English 102 introduces formal argumentation and college-level research methods, including synthesis of sources and citation formats. The
Student Employment Check Sheet STEP 1: Become “Payroll Ready” so that you can start working • Social Security Number* • W-4 ** (Complete and take in person with identification to • I-9 ** (Debi Cuccia in Student Payroll/Executive Building STEP 2: Get entered into JASON so that you can record your hours electronically • Confidentiality Agreement take or send to Judy O’Neill • this Check Sheet Complete and take to Leslie Berning in Mudd 110 STEP 3: Complete online course [ a Federal requirement ] • Workplace Harassment Prevention on-line course *** ▪ Go to: https://www.edurisklearning.org/pe/ ▪ Select the option to REGISTER NOW on the right side of the screen.
€ Graded Assignment MTH202A: Geometry | Unit 6 | Lesson 4: Semester Test Graded Assignment Semester Test, Part 2 Answer the questions below. When you are finished, submit this test to your teacher by the due date for full credit. fiA iJ? ;rtisj 1. Use the graph below to answer the following questions.
PSY (CGS) 3361-501—Cognitive Psychology—Spring 2015 CN 1.102 Monday 7:00-9:45 PM Instructor Contact Information Dr. Daniel Krawczyk 972-883-3234 firstname.lastname@example.org Office: GR 4.202C Office hours: Mon 3:30-4:30 PM & by appointment Teaching Assistants Contact Information David Martinez email@example.com Office: JO4.312 Office Hours: Thu 12-2 PM & by appointment Jameson Miller firstname.lastname@example.org Office: GR 2.706 Office Hours: Fri 12:30-2:00 PM & by appointment ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Prerequisites: Introductory Psychology Course Description: This course is an introduction to the scientific study of the mind and mental processes,
SOC 101-80: 74730 Introduction to Sociology Fall 2012 August 21- December 20 TTH 1:00-2:15pm Room 5207 SY-HEC Instructor: Israel Cardona-Gerena Telephone: 619-644-7784 E-mail: email@example.com Office Hours: The instructor is available immediately after class for students requiring individual assistance. Other times, by appointment. Course Description: Introduction to concepts and generalizations about human group and individual behavior in an attempt to better understand interaction, social relationships, groups, and the reciprocal influences of society on individuals and individuals on society. Required Book: Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor (2012). Sociology: The Essentials.
Many AUPs cover the same topics and use similar language. Write a one-page AUP that addresses student, faculty, and employee use of computers, the network, and Internet access at the technical school. Submission Requirements Format: Microsoft Word Font: Arial, Size 12, Double-Space Citation Style: Chicago Manual of Style Length: 1–2 pages Self-Assessment Checklist I have submitted a detailed AUP that addresses computer, network, and Internet access. (Assignment on next page) Faculty/Staff Acceptable Use Policy This policy applies to faculty and staff. The Student Handbook contains the corresponding policy for students.
-Email the completed exam in MS Word (or compatible format) to your instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org. -The delivery deadline in Monday, September 19, 2011 at 23:00 (EST). I. Grußformen Which greetings would you say in the following situations? ⦁ __________Guten appetit__________________________