Conduct 47 of students in tier i or tier ii courses

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Unformatted text preview: c 111 of you are sophomores (21%) g t wil rin 33 of you are juniors (6%) tes du 17 of you are seniors a ce u (3%) ad t on 3 of you are unclassified (<1%) rgr • • • • 112 of you nde tnoadeclared major (21%) have le f u -Business.majors (19%) 105 areoPre-or a reer Prej 0% r ma c ca majors 4 are Vet Science 7i i 3 are e dem th Linguistics majors s a ac INDV101 – Fall 2007 4 Us – a Large Lecture Class • Why a Code of Conduct? Conduct? • 47% of students in Tier I or Tier II courses at the UA report experiencing disruptive behavior by other students • Cell phones, beepers, electronic devices, chatting & whispering (cited by 79% of students who report disruptive behavior) • Students leaving early (cited by 53% of those students) • Note that 53% of students report no disruptive behavior in these classes… classes… INDV101 – Fall 2007 Our Goal • To make sure you’re in the 53% of students you’ who do NOT experience disruptive behavior in your Tier I Gen Ed class! • To create a sense of community • To learn about each other • To give you the tools to excel in this course, and in your university career • (Please consider whether or not you want to be a part of this…) thi...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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