Econ_2030_Lab_Syllabus_Fall_2009_Generic - LOUISIANA STATE...

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LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY Economics 2030 (LAB) Fall 2009 Instructors: Ichim (Sec. 1-4), Roussel (Sec. 5-8), Instructors: Unlu (Sec. 9-12), Zeng (Sec. 13-16), Houston (Sec. 17) OFFICE HOURS Ichim (P.F. Taylor 2121): Unlu (P.F. Taylor 2125): MW: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM TTh: 1:00-3:00 PM Roussel (P.F. Taylor 2120): Zeng (P.F. Taylor 2121): MW: 9:45 to 11:00 AM. M: 2:00-3:00 PM TTh: 7:30 to 11:00 AM. W: 1:35-2:25, 3:40-4:50 PM F: 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM. F: 1:35-2:25 PM Houston (TBA): By appointment only. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT TurningPoint ResponseCard RF (i.e., “Clicker”) PURPOSE To actively engage students in the problem solving process in a small-learning environment To help students understand the more technical aspects of economic principles To prepare students for the types of questions they will see on the exams To encourage students to keep pace with the class by reviewing lecture topics weekly GRADING POLICY The weekly lab sessions are worth a total of 15 points, one point for each week of the semester. Points
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