Students who are suspected of violating the Code of Conduct will be referred to

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Students who are suspected of violating the Code of Conduct will be referred to the Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability. For undergraduate students, a first academic violation could result in a zero grade on the assignment or failing the class and disciplinary probation until graduation. For a second academic violation, the result could be suspension from LSU. For graduate students, suspension is the appropriate outcome for the first offense. The Code of Conduct and Commitment to Community covers work completed in field experience as well as the classroom. Some examples of violations are falsifying documents such as hour logs, failure to contribute to group projects, and passing your mentor’s lesson plans as your own. Class Rubric The following criteria constitutes student performance for each grade. Students scoring below 6
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EDCI 3000 Course Syllabus Sections 001 and 004 Fall 2016 A letter grade of A+, A, A- indicates that the student: Demonstrates excellent comprehension of the subject; Submits work that is at a high level in content, organization and clarity; Demonstrates knowledge beyond basic course content; Demonstrates sound critical thinking, innovative ideas and personal engagement; Takes initiative in fulfilling course requirements; Shows leadership in class discussions and activities; Is prompt and consistent in class attendance with no unexcused absences; Averages at least 93.0% on graded assignments. A letter grade of B+, B, B- indicates that the student: Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of the subject matter; Submits work that is clear and explicit , demonstrating good use of existing knowledge on the subject; Demonstrates some degree of critical thinking and personal involvement in the work; Completes all assignments in a timely manner; Actively participates in class discussions and activities; Is prompt and consistent in class attendance with no more than two absences ; Averages 86% on graded assignments. A letter grade of C+, C, C- indicates that the student Demonstrates an adequate knowledge of the subject matter; Submits work that evidences some weakness in content, organization, personal involvement or critical awareness; Completes all assignments in a timely manner; Takes part in class discussions ; Attends class regularly with no more than four absences and is usually on time ; Averages 79% on graded assignments. A letter grade of D+, D, D- indicates that the student: Demonstrates a minimal knowledge of the subject matter; Is not consistent in turning in class assignments; Does not contribute in a positive way to class discussions or activities; Does not attend class regularly; is often late ; Averages 72% on graded assignments. A letter grade of F indicates that the student: Demonstrates weak or unsatisfactory knowledge of subject matter; Fails to comprehend class assignments Does not contribute to class discussions or activities; Is frequently absent from class; Averages below 72% on graded assignments Students scoring below 79% (D+ or lower) in course work must repeat the class. 7
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