Assessment Items, Grade Weight, and Corresponding Linkage with CLOs Assessment Tool/Component (planned to be used in course) Grade Weight Course Learning Outcomes SafeAssign Submission? (%age allowed) No. Category % 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Individual Assignments/Cases 20 % X X X X 2. Attendance & Participation 10 % X X X X X 3. Mid-term exam ( April 13) 20 % X X X 4. Project and presentation 20 % X X X X 5. Semester-end final examination 30% X X X X X 9. COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES The students are required to fully understand and observe the following policies of the university. 9.1. Attendance Policy AGU students are required to attend and participate fully in the classes, laboratories, workshops and other sessions scheduled for their respective course(s). The students should avoid being late in the classes as four occasions of lateness will be counted as one absence in the course. In accordance with the University’s Attendance Policy, the instructor shall enforce the following penalties in case a student misses his/her classes frequently.
CST-V7 © IEPC, AGU 2018 Page 4 of 6 Number of Absences Penalty 5 % of the total number of classes in the semester (without a legitimate reason) Documented Verbal Warning 15 % of the total number of classes in the semester (without a legitimate reason) Written Warning 25 % of the total number of classes in the semester (for any reason) Withdrawal Fail “WF Grade” In case the students miss a class, they are responsible to complete any missing assignment or task assigned during that particular class with the permission of their instructor(s). The students are also required to explain the reason for missing a particular class. In case, a student shows a lack of interest in participation the instructor may refer the student to his/her academic advisor. The students must also read and comprehend the “Attendance Policy” which is published in the relevant Catalog . 9.2. Academic Integrity Policy Academic integrity plays a very critical role in the mission of the University. Students are expected to demonstrate academic honesty as per the academic integrity code. The Academic Integrity Code for the University describes students’ rights and responsibilities, standards of academic conduct, and procedures for addressing violations of the code. Any violation of the academic integrity code is a serious offence which may lead to imposition of penalties, according to the Academic Integrity Code. It is the responsibility of the student to complete his/her work with absolute honesty and integrity. The academic work includes all assignments, tests, projects, case studies, presentations, field work, lab work and examinations. When a student registers in the University, he/she accepts this code of integrity along with other rules and regulations of the University. All freshman students should sign an agreement to abide by the academic integrity code at the beginning of the academic year.
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