MGMT 105 – INTRO TO MARKETING SUMMER 2011, PROF. J CHANDLER FORUMS AND ACTIVITIES - Rev 6/20/11 Students are expected to become familiar with class concepts prior to each session and build upon this knowledge by participating during each class session. Research shows that the process of making material “personally relevant” improves student learning so students are strongly encouraged to find relevance in the course material, whether this is based on your favorite store, a recent experience, or a burning question that you’ve always wanted answered. It is not always possible for each and every student to "talk" during class sessions; thus, evaluation is based on preparation to "talk", even if the opportunity does not emerge. This being said, this class emphasizes short activities that are related to one another, rather than one large, semester-long project. These activities facilitate preparation, class attendance, and interactions throughout the semester. LATE ASSIGNMENTS ARE NOT ACCEPTED
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course ECON 100 taught by Professor Chandle during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.