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Math 8001: Syllabi Novemeber 8, 2013 (3/23/12) Math 8001 1 / 15
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Any current issues in your own teaching? (3/23/12) Math 8001 2 / 15
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Today: Designing a Syllabus Two components: The practical details of writing a syllabus. Designing a course. (3/23/12) Math 8001 3 / 15
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Syllabus Requirements The University has a very long list of required elements for any syllabus, separated into two categories: Course Information Policy Statements See http://policy.umn.edu/Policies/Education/Education/ SYLLABUSREQUIREMENTS.html . (3/23/12) Math 8001 4 / 15
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Required Course Information 1 Catalogue Information: Course name, number, department, meeting time and location, number of credits. 2 Instructor’s name and contact information 3 Prerequisites 4 Course goals and objectives. 5 Required and recommended materials. (3/23/12) Math 8001 5 / 15
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Required Course Information 6 General description of student work (homework, papers, exams, etc.) 7 Description of any extra course meetings 8 Attendance requirements and penalties, if any. 9 Statement on extra credit. 10 Policy for missed exams and late work.
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