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Specific topics will be assigned as the presentation dates approach.Classroom Participation: Classroom activities, such as discussions or critical thinking exercises, are designed to help you understand course concepts and develop the critical thinking skills that you will needfor exams and your future careers. Participation will not be strictly graded or tracked. However, good participation in class activities will favor you should you require favorable rounding of your final course percentage grade (i.e., with good participation, a percentage grade of 91.4% may be rounded to 92% instead of a 91% at the discretion of the instructor).Grading Scale: Below is the TENTATIVEgrading scale for this course. Percentage grades will be calculated using the following formula:Percentage grade=your total pointsearnedtotal points possible×100Percentage grades will be rounded to the nearest whole percentage (i.e., a 91.5% will be rounded to 92%, a 91.4% will be rounded to a 91%). Please see the “Classroom Participation” section for further information regarding the rounding of scores.Percentage GradeLetter Grade92 – 100A90 – 91A-88 – 89B+82 – 87B80 – 81B-78 – 79C+72 – 77C70 – 71C-68 – 69D+62 – 67D60 – 61D-0 – 59F5
Plagiarism: Plagiarism is representing someone else’s work as your own and is considered academic misconduct at the University of Cincinnati. Any final document submitted that contains plagiarism will receive a failing grade. The easiest way to avoid plagiarism is to cite your sources. The University of Cincinnati has an extended statement on plagiarism at this website: Student Code of Conduct: The mission of UC Blue Ash includes “engaging students to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to succeed academically, personally, and professionally”. For this mission tobe supported, each classroom must be a safe, productive, disruption-free and distraction-free environment for all students. Accordingly, classroom behaviors that disrupt learning and teaching processes, distract other students from learning, or generate a physically or emotionally unsafe environment may be addressed as violations of the University Of Cincinnati Student Code Of Conduct.Academic Integrity Policy: The University Rules, including the Student Code of Conduct, and other documented policies of the department, college, and university related to academic integrity will be enforced. Any violation of these regulations, including acts of plagiarism or cheating, will be dealt with on an individual basis according to the severity of the misconduct.The Bearcat Bond is expected of all members of the UC community. "As a member of the University of Cincinnati, I will uphold the principles for a Just Community and the values of respect, responsibility, and inclusiveness. I will promote the highest levels of personal and academic honesty and aspire continuously to better myself, the Bearcat community, and the world".

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Term
Fall
Professor
Tran
Tags
Physiology, Anatomy, Syllabus, A P,

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