Your initial post should be made by Wednesday each week. You should then respond to 3 or more posts. This can be accomplished by
· Validating with additional evidence from the literature.
· Posing a thoughtful question with commentary which generates further discussion.
· Providing an alternative point-of-view, with evidence and examples.
· Offering additional insight into how the concept might be understood, with evidence provided with real world examples.
You should be active in the classroom throughout the week and actively engaged in the back-and-forth discussion between your colleagues and the professor. The forum grading rubric can be reviewed by clicking on the blue and white box beside the forum entry in the gradebook.
CALI Assignments: Please complete the CALI assignments for both week 3 and week 6. Instructions for these two assignments can be found in the Assignment tab in the classroom.
The final project for this class is to prepare a case brief. The assignment instructions for the case brief can be found under the Assignments section of the classroom. To complete this assignment the student will implement a variety of skills that he or she acquired throughout the duration of the course. This final project is due at the end of week 7.
Exams: The course consists of a midterm, and a final exam. Exams will be taken open book. The exams will be posted in the classroom under the “Tests and Quizzes” tab. These exams will be a mix of multiple choice, true/false and essays.
The University will issue final official grades. Final grades will be posted in the electronic classroom within 7 days after the course ends. Students should not telephone the University looking for grades until, at least, 30 days after the end of the semester.
Please see the Student Handbook to reference the University’s grading scale.