Jan. 11 - Entomology 2003 Insects and Society Dr. Carmen...

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1 Entomology 2003 Insects and Society Dr. Carmen Greenwood NRC 225M 744-9410 carmen.greenwood@okstate.edu Teaching Assistants Kyle Risser NRC 225B Kyle.risser@okstate.edu Mackenzie Jochim NRC 225C Mackenzie.jochim@okstate.edu Anndrea Navesky NRC 225A Anndrea.navesky@okstate.edu Desire 2 Learn • Website for this course https://oc.okstate.edu/ • You can go here to find handouts, assignments, and other info. • You can use this website to contact other students, or your TA or your professor • Project and exam grades will be posted here
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2 CPS responders • At the bookstore • Instructions to enroll responder are posted on d2l – if you have problems enrolling contact your TA • Each “lecture” period will have opportunities for feedback embedded….these will also give you an opportunity for PFP points • See the instructions posted in the administrative folder in D2L for class code Reponder test session • Classroom responders – Feedback – Interaction – Different types of questions • Mechanical assistance: 1-888- 333-4899 or www.einstruction.com • Next class period will be your first opportunity to get points using the responder – be ready Don’t forget to bring your responder • If you show up without the responder you will not be able to participate for PFP points there are quite a few extra points built in so missing several times will not hurt you – just try not to make a habit of it.
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3 Sourcebook • Project guidelines (chapter 2) • Lecture outlines (chapter 6) • Old exams/example questions • Examples of previous students’ work • Insect factoids • Bug basics*** you will need to know bug basics throughout the semester - not just for exam 1 Syllabus; keeping track • Keeping track (very important); you need to keep track of your points • Find a system that works for you • Exams will be returned • Project grades and PFP points posted on d2l The Objectives of this Class • To earn 3 natural science credits without a lab • To appreciate the diversity and wonder of the insect world • To discover the role of insects in human society • To review the contributions of insects and their kin to scientific study and human civilization
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4 Classroom policies • Professionalism • Please be considerate of those around you • Persistent class disruption; please practice common
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