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It’s always best to confirm that I will be in. You have busy schedules, and are also welcome to meet with me at other times by appointment. The CENTRAL (WEST) entrance of the SDSC is on Ridge Walk, north of the Social Science Building and south of Rimac Arena. A path goes downhill to the east. Take the path, enter the main door, continue straight and to the east until you run into windows and can go no further. Then, look right, you will see a sign for UC San Diego Center on Global Justice. At the sign, turn left, and go to the end of the wing; CGJ offices are here. The EAST entrance of the SDSC is on Hopkins Drive, north of the Hopkins Parking structure and south of Rimac Arena. Walk west up the outside stairs to SDSC East Entrance. Enter, and go west up one more flight of stairs. At the top, turn 180 degrees and head east, and continue until you can go no further. Then, look right, you will see a sign for UC San Diego Center on Global Justice. At the sign, turn left, and go to the end of the wing; CGJ offices are here. BY CAR: From N. Torrey Pines Road, turn east on North Point Drive, follow the road right as it turns into Hopkins Drive, proceed, at the stop sign turn right and uphill on Voight Lane for a short way, then turn right onto floor 6 of the Hopkins Parking Structure. Walk up one flight to 7, take the bridge west to the Social Science Bldg, turn right at SSB and walk north along it, then as SDSC Bldg. becomes visible you will run into a path that goes east downhill to the Central (West) Entrance of SDSC. ASSESSMENT Lecture Attendance, 15% Participation in discussion sessions, 20% of the grade o 5% session mere attendance o 10% discussion session one-pagers *
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7 o 5% T.A.’s assessment of participation ** Take-home midterm, 30% of the grade Take-home final, 35% of the grade Lectures. Lecture attendance is required and will be measured by response to clicker exercises: Randomly, there may be no clicker exercise in a session; if so, attendance is not measured for that session. After Week One, you may miss one session without lodging an excuse. Otherwise, present a valid excuse in advance of the session by email to your TA. In event of a clicker mishap, provide an explanation to your TA, in person after class or by email within three hours of the session’s end. Much of the material is unfamiliar and difficult. Many of the items we take up are challenging even to the instructor and the teaching assistants. Don’t despair if your understanding is less than perfect. Read assignments in advance of lectures. Attend lectures to gain insights on the readings and on new material. Grapple with the discussion questions. Also, raise questions of understanding in the discussion sessions. After the discussion sessions, review the readings, filling in prior gaps in your understanding. Discussion Sessions. The discussion session is a place of learning. You are expected to attend, be prepared, and participate. The discussion session is important, it counts for 20% of your grade: 15% is objective, your mere attendance and an adequate discussion one-pager, 5% the TA’s evaluation of the quality of your participation (see below on different ways to participate) Attendance: Required and T.A.s will note it.
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