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GENERAL EXPECTATIONSOur time together is extremely valuable. Both you and I have responsibilities and lives outside of this class.So it is essential that you use class time productively. Our time together will also be used for buildingconnections, having open, honest discussions, and considerately questioning ideas. So creating andmaintaining respect for each other is critical. Therefore, I have the following expectations of students:1.Respect everyone. Be mindful of what you say and how you say it. Be open to differences inopinions.2.Listen when others are speaking (Do NOT speak when others are speaking).
3.Be in your seat and prepared to actively engage in class when the class commences.4.Only use electronic devices when explicitly asked to.5.No eating during class.CLASSROOM/ e-CLASSROOM POLICIES1.Absences:If a student has the equivalence of seven (7) consecutive days of unofficial absencesina course in which he/she is currently enrolled, the instructor may drop the student with a remark of“Dropped” in the Grade Sheet. Unofficial absences are counted from the first day of class as listedin the School Calendar, regardless of the date of the student’s registration. The only official absenceis an authorized school activity or extracurricular event. All work and/or assignments missedbecause of an official absence must be completed in the time allowed.If you are absent from class, it is YOUR responsibility to determine what you missed.2.Late Work:Latehomeworkwillnotbeaccepted. Late papers will receive a grade of zero.Students who have special circumstances must prearrange with the teacher.3.Participation:Students are expected to participate in class discussions and come to class havingcompleted the assigned readings.4.Cheating/Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the conscious use of a source with the intent to deceive. Thesource may be either a published article, book, or the work of another student. All papers assignedare to be a student’s own work. Whenever a student has occasion to use someone else’s work,even if only a single phrase, he/she must indicate this fact by quotation marks. If he/she borrowswithout acknowledging a source, he/she is plagiarizing. Plagiarism and cheating are sufficientgrounds for failing the course. Cheating is not doing your own work. This includes such behavior assubmitting the same or very similar written work as another student, copying another’s answers onexams and quizzes, or bringing in inappropriate materials to an examination. The consequences ofcheating may range from failing an assignment to failing the course.5.Personal Conduct:Adult behavior is expected of all students at all times. Misconduct, includingsleeping in class, will be punishable by immediate dismissal from class. Students are expected tomaintain classroom decorum that includes respect for other students and the instructor, as well asan attitude that seeks to take full advantage of the education opportunity.

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