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STARKSTATECOLLEGECLASSSYLLABUSDivision Name: Department Name: Term:Spring 2020COURSEINFORMATIONCourse Name:General PsychologyCourse Number:PSY121CRN:40643Course Modality:Classroom/Lab Web 2Web 3Web 4Class Days/Times:MW/ Noon-01:15 PMCampus Location:Room Number:B 114INSTRUCTORINFORMATIONInstructor(s) Name:Marc W. Hostetler, DC, MAOffice Hours:See Faculty ScheduleOffice Location:E 251SSC Phone/Extension:800,797.8276 or 494.6170, ext. 4520SSC Email Address:[email protected][ Do Not Use Blackboard ]REQUIREDMATERIALSTextbook(s):Feldman, Robert S. (2017). Psychology and Your Life with P.O.W.E.R. Learning. Third Edition. New York, NY. McGraw-Hill Education.Additional Materials:(Optional) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition [DSM-5].METHODSOFASSESSMENT/METHODSOFEVALUATIONThis course is based primarily on a lecture/discussion format with the student expected to make valuable contributions. This will be augmented by presentations, selected films, and demonstrations.Five exams will be given throughout the course. These will cover materials in the textbook, research presentations, lectures, and handouts. The final examination will be given on the day listed on this syllabus. Your final grade will be based on your performance on the below listed exams, on your research presentation, on the assigned graded discussions, completion of your assignments, and on your class attendance and participation. In special circumstances, an exam may be arranged to be taken in the Testing Center [C 107] prior to the stated exam day upon request. * Must give a four day notice when requesting exams to be placed in the Testing Center or with DSS [B 104]. Rev. 04-2018
GRADINGSCALEThere is not a scheduled comprehensive examination except for those students who are absent TEN [] or more classes. GRADINGGRADEEXAM 1:100 POINTS GLOs: 1,4, _____ EXAM 2:100 POINTSGLOs: 1,4 _____ EXAM 3:100 POINTSGLOs: 1,4, _____ EXAM 4:100 POINTSGLOs: 1,4,5,6 _____ EXAM 5: 100 POINTS GLOs: 1,4 _____ CLASS PRESENTATION:50 POINTSGLOs: 1,3,4,5,6 _____ TOTAL: 550 POINTS A = 90% = 495-550 POINTS B = 80% = 440-494 POINTS C = 70% = 385-439 POINTS D = 60% = 330-384 POINTS F = 59% = 329 POINTS and BelowCLASSPOLICIESPROFESSIONAL DISPOSITIONSStudents enrolled in Education and Social Science courses and programs should demonstrate a commitment tothe following values, commitments, ethics, and behaviors. This list of professional dispositions aligns with Stark State College’s Student Code of Conduct. Faculty will use the list of professional dispositions to guide andadvise students. Dispositions will not be included in the calculation of student grades. Work EthicAccept responsibility for own decisions, actions, progress, and performance.Demonstrate punctuality, regular attendance and consistent participation in class (face-to-face or online).Complete planned activities, readings, and assignments.

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