FINAL DEST 201 F2016- OVERVIEW OF COURSE-1st DAY (1).pptx

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DEST 201: Introduction to Development Studies Instructor : Dr. R. Caesar Apentiik Office location: ES 844 Phone:403-220-4857 Email: [email protected] Teaching Assistant: Name: Kim Edwards Office hours & Location: Tuesdays 13:00 to 14:00 Location: ES 744 Email: [email protected]
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Overview Course Expectations Course Description Student Learning Outcomes Required Readings Assignments and Evaluation Course Schedule Group Discussion-Breaking the Ice!
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Expectations! Exercise a high level of critical thinking in all assignments Devotion/dedication to the course – participate in the class assignments and exercises! Keep up with the readings, assignments and attendance Connect to what matters Take advantage of opportunities and activities within and outside the university on matters relating to the course Personal/Individual Responsibility read course outline and familiarize yourself with assignments’ and exams’ deadlines make no assumptions! ask questions if you are unclear about any aspect of the course including my expectations & your own responsibility
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