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Phil12_S11_Introduction(3-29-2011)

Phil12_S11_Introduction(3-29-2011) - Philosophy 12 Logic...

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Philosophy 12: Logic and Decision Making Mitch Herschbach Spring 2011 UC San Diego 3/29/2011 Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Instructor Mitch Herschbach ([email protected]) - Office: HSS 8037 - Office hours: Tues 1-3pm and by appointment Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Teaching Assistants Nat Jacobs ([email protected]) - Sections: A01: Mon 3-3:50pm Warren Lecture Hall 2207 A03: Fri 10-10:50am Cog Sci Building 005 - Office: HSS 7054 - Office hours: Thurs 1-3pm Jeremy Gomer ([email protected] ) - Sections: A02: Wed 1-1:50pm Warren Lecture Hall 2113 - Office: HSS 7059 - Office Hours: Wed 12-1pm Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Course website http://mechanism.ucsd.edu/~mitch/teaching/s11/phil12/ - syllabus - schedule of readings - study guides - paper assignments - lecture slides Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Course materials 1. Inquiry website and printed course reader 2. i-clicker Classroom Response System Transmitter (“clicker”) Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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1. Inquiry website Inquiry website: http://inquiry.ucsd.edu Login directions and initial login code found in printed course reader, Inquiry into Scientific Reasoning , available at Price Center bookstore - be sure you buy a new reader--used initial logins cannot be reused Printed reader doesn’t include all course material--website has text, animation, interactive exercises, and questions Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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2. i>clickers Available at the Price Center bookstore You will need to bring the clickers to every lecture, starting Thursday For more info: http://clickers.ucsd.edu/ Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Basic operation Turn on the clicker by pressing the bottom “On/Off” button. - A blue “Power” light will appear at the top of the remote. Set frequency to AB for this course - While clicker is off, hold power button until blue light flashes - then press “A” then “B” When I ask a question in class (and start the timer), select A, B, C, D, or E as your vote. Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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How do you know your vote was received? Check your “Vote Status” Light: - Green light = your vote was sent and received - Red flashing light = you need to vote again. Not sure you saw the light? Just vote again. Want to change your vote? You can vote again as long as the timer is still going. Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Registering your i>clicker In order to earn points for your i>clicker responses, you must register your i>clicker online (but don’t worry, you will still get the points from before registration). Go to www.iclicker.com/registration - Fill in: your name your PID (student ID) number your clicker ID (located on the back of your clicker, below the scan code) - click ENTER Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Other i>clicker info Before using a new clicker for the first time, pull the plastic tab out of the battery compartment. Check out www.iclicker.com for FAQs Email [email protected] or phone 866-209-5698 for help Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Course requirements 1. Web-based exercises (5%) 2. Lecture participation (10%) 3. Section participation (5%) 4. Two short (1-2 page) papers (30%) 5. Midterm exam (25%) 6. Final Exam (25%) Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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1. Web-based exercises (5%)
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