The exam and assignments without your full name will not receive any credit. * Plagiarism and cheating will not receive any credit, and may result in an “F” grade for the course. * Late papers will not be accepted. If a paper is not submitted on time, the grade for the paper is a ZERO. All papers (response papers, prospectus, research paper) must be submitted in printed form in class during class time.
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.
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.
Although we may not have time for a routine review of all reading assignments, you will still be responsible for knowing the information that is in the book. If you have questions you should ask for clarification. 2015 GENERAL UNLV CLASS POLICY Dr. Victor Isbell 1. Course Syllabus: Course outlines are prepared as a guideline for the conduct of the class. They are NOT contracts between the professor and student and may be modified as required by any unforeseen event.
Please refrain from tabloid media such as The National Inquirer, People Magazine, etc. 6. The current event is due at the beginning of class. Late current events are unacceptable. If you are not in class the day a current event is due, you are expected to have e-mailed it to me at email@example.com 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.
I suggest that you do this assignment in August so that the material will be fresh in your mind as we will begin the year will a discussion of this novel. 2. AP Multiple-Choice and Essay assignment: In order to introduce you to the type of work we will be doing in this class, you need to complete an AP sample test. This will require you to answer 54 multiple choice questions (on the worksheet provided) and 3 essay questions (type these). You do not have to take the test in one sitting or follow the time guidelines; however, please note that these will be the requirements for in-class practice tests and the actual AP test in
Econ 315 Homework III Posted: Friday, October 7, 2011 Due: Friday, October 14, 2011 (before class or immediately after) Instructions: All homework answers MUST BE TYPED. No email submissions. The homework will be collected in class. If you can’t be in class, send your homework with a friend or turn it in EARLY under my office door (Raub 410) with your name and email address clearly marked. No late homework will be accepted without a valid documented excuse.
Unit 5 Spreadsheet Quiz Study Guide The Unit 5 Spreadsheet Quiz takes the place of an assignment in Unit 5. As we begin to explore Excel, you should spend time reading Unit 5 in your eGuide. Participate in the Unit 5 discussions and attend the Unit 5 Seminar where your Professor will review the basics of Excel and help to prepare you to do well on the Unit 5 Spreadsheet quiz. The quiz consists of: 5 True/False Questions (1 point each) 20 Multiple Choice Questions (3 points each) NOTE: You will only have once chance at the quiz and 1 hour to complete it. If you are unable to take/complete the quiz during Unit 5 contact your Professor right away.
If illness is cited as the reason for a deferred exam request, a U of T Medical Certificate must show that you were examined and diagnosed at the time of illness and on the date of the exam, or by the day after at the latest. Students must also record their absence on ROSI on the day of the missed exam or by the day after at the latest. Upon approval of a deferred exam request, a non-refundable fee of $70 is required for each examination approved. Email Contact Policy Check your @mail.utoronto.ca email accounts regularly. All official communication from the university to students regarding class assignments, courses, grades, academic administration, and other matters are sent only to email addresses that end
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.