WYO PSM II Voice Syllabus January 10 2011.docx

Absences in cases of unexcused absences or tardies

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Absences In cases of unexcused absences or tardies, work will not be made up. Unexcused absences include instances related to weather, illness without a physician’s note, oversleeping, school-related events not sanctioned by the Dean of Students, and extending school breaks, etc. More than two unexcused absences will result in a grade reduction for the course. Two tardies equals one unexcused absence. 1
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Contacting Your Instructor If you have questions or concerns, please use the available office hours, or make an appointment with your instructor. Email is the best and most reliable format for immediate information and feedback. Assessment The following percentages are approximate and may be modified according to the needs of the curriculum. Attendance and Participation (10%) Assessment for attendance and participation will be derived in a holistic manner, taking into consideration student absences, tardies, in-class discussions and activities, and work ethic. Deficiencies in any of these areas will result in a reduction in total points. Homework and Quizzes (40%) Homework, such as Reading Responses, will be assigned for each class session and is to be completed prior to the beginning of class. Late homework will not be accepted. Homework that is illegible or not in a proper format is unacceptable. All written work must be typed using a word processing program and saved on one’s computer. Quizzes will be held during the semester. Make-up quizzes are available only with a University excuse and must be arranged prior to the scheduled quiz.
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