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honesty and other matters.” (3/23/12) Math 8001 9 / 15 Additional Information What else would you include as part of (or in addition to) the syllabus? (3/23/12) Math 8001 10 / 15 Designing Your Course
Suppose you could design a new course from scratch. What would you
Groupwork? Group quizzes?
Would you emphasize homework scores? Exam scores?
Would you have a non-standard grading scheme? (3/23/12) Math 8001 11 / 15 There will be homework, Special Problems, 2 Tests, and a Final Exam. Test dates are Oct 11 and Nov 15. Each
Test may involve material covered in lecture up to the Test. Thus, you are responsible for material covered in the
lectures! Grading Scheme I Your grade in this course will reﬂect what you did in it, not your ability or potential. It is very important, then, for
you to be able to put your work on paper, under time pressure. If you have problems taking tests, there are people
on campus who mig...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2014 for the course MATH 8001 taught by Professor Bryanmosherandjonathanrogness during the Fall '13 term at Minnesota.
- Fall '13