Group assignment individual assignment using writing center student success

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Group assignment, individual assignment using writing center, student success event. 10CAMP 100 Academic Advising Session: o 1 group session – Participation grade o 1 individual (75 pts.) Put information in My Planner (25 10GOAL 10PLAN 10REGI 100 3
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pts.)-- to Complete 10GOAL, 10PLAN, 10REG on Advising Core Requirements Checklist Personal & Professional Growth College Readiness Assessment – Smarter Measure (50 pts.)/Do What You Are Assessment (DWYA)(50 pts.). 10CRAS 100 Path to Success Analysis Paper 100 Financial Literacy Modules (3 modules, 2 at 35 points each and one at 30 points) 10FINA 100 Career Exploration Research (Paper and Presentation) 10EXPLO 100 Effective Learning Attendance/Participation ** Service Learning project. 100 Weekly Schedule Assignment 100 Instructor Selected Assignments (designate below)- to total 100 points (list below): 100 Final Exam 50 pts.- Mid Term 50 pts 100 **Attendance/Participation Grading Students are expected to attend all class sessions. Class attendance/participation is defined as arrival to class at the specified time prepared to engage actively in learning until the class is dismissed by the instructor at the designated time. Any student who does not pass the course will be required to re-enroll in EDUC 1300. The Lone Star College Catalog states that “Students who do not pass their required Lone Star College student success course will not be allowed to register for subsequent semesters without re-enrolling in the identified student success course.” ATTENDANCE POLICY: Attendance to all classes is critical. A student who anticipates an absence should notify the instructor in advance. In case of an absence, it is the student’s responsibility to obtain lecture notes and assignments. Tardies are disruptive to the instructional experience; therefore, 3 tardies will equal an absence. Tardies are defined as coming late or leaving early. If a student misses an extensive portion of the class [determined by instructor], he/she will receive an absence for that class period. Absences from class will directly impact the attendance points earned in this course. Points deducted for absences and tardies are determined by course and class length. Participation/attendance points are earned based on 100 points divided by the number of class meetings for face-to-face classes. Hybrid classes may divide 100 points by the number of face-to-face class meetings and weekly online participation expectations. For online sessions, 100 points will be divided by the number of weeks the class is in session. The decision to withdraw a student for non-attendance will be at the discretion of the faculty. An instructor may withdraw a student for non-attendance if a student misses six (6) or more hours of class participation. WITHDRAWAL POLICY: Lone Star College believes that EDUC 1300 is essential for students to be successful in college. Attendance and participation are necessary for students to benefit fully from the instructional experiences. For this reason, withdrawals by a student from EDUC 1300 are not allowed unless a student is completely withdrawing from the institution.
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  • Spring '16
  • Kimberly Mori
  • Academia, Lone Star College System

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