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2019-20 Course Syllabus
Statistics (0.5 credit)
Dr. Ken Corum
Room: CR 115
School Phone/Voice Mail: 321-4389
Email: [email protected] org
EMAIL IS THE BEST WAY TO GET A HOLD OF ME
TEXTBOOK; Brase and Brase Understanding Basic Statistics
ONLINE ACCESS: Via WebAssign-Instructions coming soon via Canvas
UNITS: Here's what we will be learning about this year:
1. Data representation
Final project involving all modalities
FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS SHEET:
1. BE RESPECTFUL: You are welcome in class as long as you don't cause issues for anyone else in the teaching and lea
environment. You are welcome to use electronic devices when academically appropriate.
BE RESPONSIBLE: You are welcome to have food/drink/gum in class as long as you clean up after yourself. Make
are in class on time to be in a better position to begin teaching and learning. Make sure you are staying on top of
WHEN ABSENT, BE PROACTIVE: All assignments and notes are available in Canvas daily. That should be your first
when absent from class. If you are absent from an assessment, see Dr. Corum for make up details.
DON'T MAKE DR. CORUM BE A REFEREE: If you choose to not be respectful, responsible or part of the solution, th
Dr. Corum to be a referee. Sometimes referees make bad calls, however, the call stands. Be preventative and don
yourself or Dr. Corum in that situation to begin with!
OVER-COMMUNICATE: It's always better to keep Dr. Corum over-informed than under-informed regarding potent
absences and issues that may come up in your life that prevent you from completing class work. With email and T
there are ample opportunities to keep Dr. Corum informed in a timely manner.
6. KEEP ALL NOTES AND BE ORGANIZED: There is no mandate on how to take notes, but you need a system where you
recall information quickly. Because of finals, you need to keep all notes and not dispose of them after each unit.
GRADE BREAKDOWN: 70% unit assessments; 20% quizzes, assignments, participation; 10% final exam
No extra credit
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: An extreme example of being disrespectful and irresponsible is when it comes to cheating. Cheatin
act of gaining an unfair advantage, or misrepresenting one's knowledge. It includes, but is not limited to wrongfully using or
the ideas or work of another....
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- Fall '19
- Ken Corum