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u Student Projects 2 C I © 2010 by The Arizona Board of Regents for The University of Arizona. All rights reserved. Student Projects. Modeling The Business World
Business World MODELING THE BUSINESS WORLD IN THE CLASSROOM
The content and use of spreadsheet technology in Calculus for Business
Decisions are designed to mirror the actual workplace environment that
students will encounter in their business careers. It is also very important that
course structure and classroom activities model current business practices. In
particular, to whatever extent is possible, students should prepare for the
ubiquitous use of teams for reaching business decisions. The remaining parts
of this file outline a plan for managing student teams with separate projects
and reports. This plan has worked very well for thousands of students in a
wide range of institutions.
To the teacher: You must be guided by the resources, facilities, and
policies of your school, as well as your own teaching experience. However, it
is strongly urged that you employ as many features of the team plan as
To the student: Your instructor will establish the course policies. If
student teams or individual projects are used, the following material will be
very helpful in your work.
Menu (material ends) C I Student Projects. &Teams & Projects
TEAMS AND PROJECTS Project
Formed Each project will be introduced with a
standard Class Project, which will be
studied and solved as mathematical and
computer tools are developed. During the
first week of classes, small groups of
students will be formed to work on Team
Projects which are very similar to the Class
When a projec...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course ECE 220 taught by Professor Strickland during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Spring '08