BU1105 and BU1805_Subject Outline_JCUB_SP23_2016 (2).docx

At the beginning of each lecture students will be

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guest speakers from within the university (when available). At the beginning of each lecture, students will be made College of Business, Law & Governance Subject Code: BU1105 / BU1805 Page 5
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aware of the expected learning outcomes, how such outcomes are relevant to the world of business, and the resources that support the learning outcomes of this subject. Students are expected to be active participants in the learning process and are encouraged to participate in the lectures, workshops/tutorials and undertake weekly chapter/case readings. Tips on how to get a good grade Read the assigned materials (text chapters and other documents) either prior to and / or after the class. Print off a copy of the PowerPoint slides & add extra notes from the lecture and your own reading . Try to relate the concepts read and/or discussed in class to a current situation for a practical application and understanding of the theory/concepts. Actively listen to the lectures, presentations and discussions. Participate in the discussions . If you participate, you will get a better understanding of the concepts with the added bonus that you will remember the material more during exam times. We can all learn from each other in the university setting. If you do not understand something, ask . If you are too shy or feel uncomfortable about asking a question during the lecture, workshop or tutorial, ask after class. There is no such thing as a silly question. If you are confused or wondering about something presented in class, it is highly likely that others are confused or wondering about the same thing. So please, ask for clarification – you will be helping the class by doing so. Look for practical examples of the different types of communicative situations that we cover in class in your daily interactions with others. Doing so will assist in your understanding of the subject. Participate in any group activities – particularly the group based assignment. Teamwork and interacting effectively with others are key pillars so far as this subject and its learning outcomes are concerned. Have the right positive attitude. Your education is an investment in your future . 2.4 Student feedback on subject As part of our commitment at JCU to improving the quality of our courses and teaching, we regularly seek feedback on your learning experiences. Student feedback informs evaluation of subject and teaching strengths and areas that may need refinement or change. YourJCU Subject and Teaching Surveys provide a formal and confidential method for you to provide feedback about your subjects and the staff members teaching within them. These surveys are available to all students through LearnJCU . You will receive an email invitation when the survey opens. We value your feedback and ask that you to provide considered feedback for each of your subjects.
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