Class Conduct To create and preserve a classroom atmosphere that optimizes

Class conduct to create and preserve a classroom

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Class Conduct To create and preserve a classroom atmosphere that optimizes teaching and learning, all participants share a common responsibility in creating a civil and non-disruptive forum. Students are expected to conduct themselves at all times in the classroom and the lab room in a manner that does not disrupt teaching or learning. Behavior which disrupts the learning
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CHEM 1151-FALL 2019 Page 6 of 7 process may lead to disciplinary action and/or removal from course . Behaviors that are considered disrespectful and disruptive include but are not limited to: Talking loudly while the instructor or a peer has the floor. Allowing your cell phone to ring, talking on your cell phone, or texting during class. Cells phones may be used ONLY to look up chemistry concepts related to the activity at hand, and ONLY at the discretion of the instructor. Academic Integrity Academic integrity is expected of every East Carolina University student. Acts of cheating, plagiarism, falsification or attempts to cheating, plagiarizing or falsifying will not be tolerated. Should the instructor determine that an academic integrity violation has occurred the instructor reserves the right to assign a grade sanction, up to a grade of “F” in the course. Additionally, the instructor must submit an Academic Integrity Violation form to the Office of Students Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR). In cases in which the instructor considers that a failing grade in the course is not adequate disciplinary action, the instructor will recommend to the OSRR that the case be forwarded to the University Committee on Academic Integrity for additional sanctions. The University’s Academic Integrity policy can be found at - acad/fsonline/customcf/facultymanual/newmanual/part4.pdf Disability Accommodations Students requesting accommodations based on a covered disability must verify the disability at the Department for Disability Support Services located in Slay 138 (252-7373-1016) before any accommodation can be provided. Starfish Notifications Your attendance and performance in this course will be monitored via the Starfish Notification System. Please refer to the student guide to Starfish found at To be Successful in CHEM1151 1. Be well prepared for every laboratory session. 2. Comply with laboratory policies This syllabus constitutes a contract between CHEM 1151 students and their instructors and cannot be modified without written permission from the director of the General Chemistry laboratories.
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CHEM 1151-FALL 2019 Page 7 of 7 General Chemistry I Laboratory-Spring 2019 Tentative Schedule Lab Week Investigation Class Activity Final Report Submitted to Bb Aug. 21 ---- Check-In, Introduction to ADI, and Lab Safety Aug. 28 1 Pre-Lab Inv. 1 : What glassware is the most accurate and precise?
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