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Unformatted text preview: e. If your absence is excused after the quiz or exam, you must schedule a make-up as
soon as possible. The make-up will be different, but equally challenging. I f you do not h a v e doc u m e n t a t i on f o r
y o u r a b se n c e , i t w i l l b e u n e x c u se d a n d t h e q u i z o r e x a m w i l l b e sco r e d a z e r o.
This course includes optional supplemental instruction twice per week. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a
learning enhancement program provided by the University Learning Center, and is designed to organize and
improve the ways in which students prepare for class outside of class. S I sess i ons a r e not a s u bst i t u t e f o r
a t t e n d i ng c l ass, but are intended to improve your involvement, comprehension and synthesis of class content.
Our SI Leader is Kevin Hughes. Kevin will hold SI sessions on Mondays from 4:30-6:00 pm in Cameron 101 and
Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm in Cameron 214. SI sessions begin on Monday January 24.
TIPS FOR SUCCESS:
This class is about learning fundamental issues in economics and applying an economic way of thinking to
problems we encounter every day. As we develop a methodology for solving problems, I hope you will also
develop a sense of intuition about economic issues. I am not too interested in formalism and memorization. To
accurately test your knowledge, I will ask you some questions which may be perceived as requiring
memorization, but most importantly I want you to show that you have truly learned the material and understand
why it is important. As you study
Successful students are inquisitive. I will ask a lot of questions during class, and I hope you will respond. Please
do not hesitate to ask questions either during or after class. Reading chapters ahead of time will greatly
contribute to your success in class. I cannot stress this strongly enough. While I cannot promise to have all the
answers, I can assure you that issues you feel are important will be addresse...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2014 for the course ECN 221 taught by Professor Wadman during the Spring '07 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.
- Spring '07