First Day Handout 53210

First Day Handout 53210 - It looks like this B Write your...

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First Day Handout, CH302, Fall 2009 Things to do before the second class day: 1. Familiarize yourself with our course Blackboard page, 2. Read the syllabus. The syllabus is posted on our website. Read the entire syllabus. Read the whole thing. Don’t skip any parts. Getting the idea? These are the course policies. I will stick to them and you are responsible for knowing them. If you have any questions over the policies, please contact me within the first week of classes. 3. Explore the Quest homework service website. Full directions for Quest will be posted on Blackboard. The link to the site is . Read the help page for basic information and instructions about the site. Also read the separately posted “Quest Student Handout”. 4. Prepare for our in-class quizzes and surveys A. Purchase an i-Clicker remote. These are available at the University Co-op. You will need to bring this to class every day in order to earn credit for quizzes.
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Unformatted text preview: It looks like this: B. Write your name on the remote! They all look the same and if you lose it, you will need a way to identify it in lost and found so you can continue to get credit for quizzes. C. Bring the remote to class and use it for in-class questions during that class period. D. AFTER you have used the remote at least once in class, register your remote on-line at . Complete the fields with your first name, last name, student ID, and remote ID. Your student ID is your EID. The remote ID is the series of numbers and sometimes letters found on the bottom of the back of your i-Clicker remote. 5. Begin work on your ALEKS assessment. Remember that this will count 1% of your final course grade, and needs to be completed by 11:59 PM on August 31, 2009! If you missed the first class day, you can download the notes from the web. These are not all-inclusive – you should also get a copy of a classmate’s notes from the day(s) you missed....
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