Let’s Celebrate ‘A’ All-Stars! Harris, Juliana Sauer, Aubrey Aschenbrenner, Bryce Gilbert, Robert Rahman, Sabiha Brooke, Bailey Herring, Reginald Harkness, Jordan Edmonds, Caleb Martinez, Katherine Kisch, Caroline Imhotep, Shahadah Springer, Brian Ramirez, Tatiana Dixon, Matthew Musolino, Julia Rodriguez, Ariel Little, Zachary Lahiri, Anila KEEP UP THE AMAZING PROGRESS!I HOPE TO SEE THIS LIST EVEN LARGER NEXT WEEK
High Submitters! CONGRATS TO McCoy, Lance FOR SUBMITTING 13 ASSIGNMENTS THIS WEEK. WAY TO GO! 5 SubmissionsPARRISH, BRIANASauer, Aubrey 6 SubmissionsRahman, SabihaPonce, Raul Little, ZacharyLouissaint, Amitai Kaiser, SkylaSantiago, Sarai Dixon, MatthewKADIR, Alim Brown, Ashley Brown, Kiana Arguelles, Amanda THE EXPECTATION IS 3-4 ASSIGNMENTS WEEKLY TO STAY ON PACE. BE SURE YOU ARE MEETING THIS GOAL!
Out of the office!!!I will be out of my office on Wednesday, September 26, 2012.Please continue to move forward in the course. I am expecting to seemy inbox full of your assignments! If you need to complete a DBA,please move forward to the next module, and we will complete itupon my return. You can do it! Let’s aim for completing 4 assignmentswhile I’m away!Keep in mind there will be a delay in grading and returning calls, texts,and emails.I will be back in my office on Thursday, September 27th ready to assistyou! Let’s make it a great week
Weekly Reminders• Be sure you are making PROGRESS in the course. This means you are submitting 3-4 assignments each week.• Complete assignments in ORDER. Do NOT skip around.• DBA’s are REQUIRED in order to receive the password for an exam.• Resubmit work to IMPROVE your grade. Check out your GRADE BOOK Tab!• Check EMAILS daily for important updates.• COURSE INFORMATION Tab – Great place for pace charts, materials list, and other important information- check it out!• COMMUNICATE! It is extremely important to communicate with me. I call weekly, however, if you need assistance or have a question, contact me immediately- emails, text, calls.I am here to help you be successful in this course.
Course Information Please visit my ANNOUNCEMENT PAGE for Tutoring information, Live Lessons, Resources (Note guides, videos, etc.) NEW TO THE COURSE??? Be sure to view the welcome videos up in the top right corner to get a better start!BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE COURSE INFORMATION TAB WHEN YOU ARE IN THE COURSE!
Projects• Be sure to check out the lesson summary and review page at the end of the lesson to find the directions! They will be at the bottom of the page.• Projects are to be completed on a separate sheet of paper and uploaded or emailed.• Module 1: 1.2, 1.3, 1.5• Module 2: 2.2, 2.6• Module 3: 3.3, 3.6• Module 4: 4.5• Module 5: 5.3, 5.7 COLLABORATIONS•• Module 6: 6.5, 6.7 If you need a partner, please Module 7: 7.2, 7.6• Module 8: 8.7 inform me and I will find you• Module 9: 9.5• Module 10: None one!
Tech SupportHaving trouble logging into the course? Are images not showing up for the assignments? Blocked from content? Slow response time? Be sure to contact tech support at any time. They are available 24/7. 1-866-322-8324 OR Submit a help ticket at flvs.net Option #2 THEY ARE THERE TO HELP YOU PLEASE CONTACT THEM IMMEDIATLEY IF A TECH ISSUE ARISES!
Academic Integrity- Avoid ItWhat is Academic Integrity?• Academic integrity is a concept used to address the many facets of authenticity within a students work. A student who upholds a high standard of academic integrity maintains that the work he or she turns in is authentic and true to the knowledge he or she has acquired.• The technology age has certainly helped people have fast access to any and all information on the web. Because of this, you will see Academic Integrity becoming more of a standard in educational institutions as they begin to hold students to higher accountability measures.• It is important that as you take courses online, you are equipped to appropriately utilize technology. The Internet can be a powerful research tool. The key is to know how to use it and what is appropriate.Academic Integrity means...• Your work on each assignment will be completely your own• Your collaboration with another classmate on any assignment will be pre-approved by your instructor• You will not practice plagiarism in any form• You will not allow others to copy your work• You will not misuse content from the InternetConsequences for Plagiarizing• Academic Integrity is something that we take very seriously at our school. If students are caught violating the academic integrity policy, our school does have specific policies and consequences. Please think very carefully before sharing your work, taking others work, or giving others authority into your account via usernames and passwords. The consequences are not worth it and you are ultimately cheating yourself.
My Schedule This WeekI will be available Monday, September 24th – September 28th from 7am-7pm Out of Office Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Have a wonderful week!