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DR. IAN PATTON [email protected] KINE 4560 – Physical Activity & Children: Pedagogy
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About me Post Doctoral Fellow at UofT PhD from Western University Father of 2 childhood physical activity test subjects
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A few things you need to Know Phones and electronics on silent If you are late, find the closest seat quietly If you must leave, plan ahead, sit near door, Eat, drink and be merry…..but do so quietly
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Continued…. Be involved! Speak to me if you have concerns Don’t ask me to change your mark unless….. Feedback!
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Evaluation Assignment 1 Jan 31 10% Assignment 2 Feb 7/Feb 28 20% Assignment 3 Tutorial 20% Assignment 4 March 28 35% Participation/quizzes (Class) 10% Tutorial 5%
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Lateness Assignments received later than the due date will be penalized (10% per day starting on the first day after the due date and including weekend days). Exceptions to the lateness penalty for valid reasons such as illness, compassionate grounds, etc., may be entertained by the Course Director but will require supporting documentation (e.g. doctor’s letter).
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Email Policy The instructor will answer emails from students Monday – Friday between 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm provided that the question has not been addressed in class previously and is not the subject of a discussion on the course website. Emails received later than 1:00 pm Friday will not be addressed until the following Monday morning. Any email regarding course content that cannot be answered in 3 lines or less will result in the student being instructed to bring their question(s) to the scheduled office hours or make an appointment with the instructor for additional office hours
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Do you realize you may be risking your career? Created by Jaspreet Dulku (BHS, 2013) Approved by the Faculty of Health, CEAS Committee ACADEMIC HONESTY Faculty of Health, York University
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CASE A student missed an assignment that was worth 5% of course assessment. The student provided a physician’s note to the professor in order explain her absence. The professor called the physician’s office to verify its legitimacy and discovered that the note was falsified. What do you think happened in this case?
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PENALTY The student was charged with fabrication and received a failure in the course, permanent grade of record and transcript notation. Did you know that you may be criminally charged for falsifying a physician’s note?
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Breaching Academic Honesty Examples 1 Note: Not all breaches of Academic Honesty are included here. For additional details visit the Senate policy website ( ) Cheating Copying other students’ exam answers Getting the exam questions before it is held Changing a mark on the exam Using electronic devices or aids that are not approved Submitting another student’s work as your own Submitting same (entire or portion) paper for two different classes without consulting with the professor Selling or purchasing papers
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