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Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
Instructor Expectations (Videos Work)
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  • 1. Instructor Expectations
  • 2. What I Expect From You
    • On a weekly basis you can expect to do the following:
      • To answer, in at least two hundred words, two questions about reading assignments.
      • To respond to at least two question responses posted by peers.
      • To actively engage in all discussions and read all postings made by your peers.
      • To complete all assignments given during a week.
      • To check into this class often—if you do not it will be to your own detriment.
      • To give me and your peers your best effort
  • 3. What You Can Expect From Me
    • That I will be actively participating in all discussions to challenge you and extend your thoughts.
    • That I will give responses to your posts, assignments and questions as soon as humanly possible.
    • That I will ask you to engage in tasks that are designed to turn theory into practice with as much help as I can give without doing the work for you.
    • That I will limit the amount of work you have to a reasonable amount whenever possible.
    • That I will keep you apprised of all upcoming responsibilities at the beginning of each week.
  • 4. What You Can Expect from Me
    • That I will provide examples of what is expected of you for every assignment.
    • That I will ask you to learn how to do things you've never done before and to become proficient using electronic resources that you've never used before.
    • That I will make every effort to turn this class into an online community that supports and challenges its members.
    • That I will be fair but tough when evaluating your work and talk to you honestly about evaluation
    • That I will expect your best every time.
  • 5. Contacting Me
    • My office hours for this course (when I am available online to answer questions in real time) are from 4:00 PM to 5 PM Monday – Friday.
    • I am always available via email @ [email_address] . I check my email every hour between classes most of the time.
    • In emergency situations you may reach me in my office at 218-566-2352 ext 2024 from 7:30-3:30 or at my home number 218-851-1893 anytime the situation warrants waking me up.
  • 6. Grading for This Course
    • A = 90% or more; B = 80% or more; C = 70% or more; D = 60% or more; F = below 60%
    • Discussion will make up 50% of the grade in this class so take it seriously and participate.
    • Other course assignments will make up the other 50% of this class
    • There are no tests and quizzes in this course beyond funsy types of things.
    • You will be asked to participate in self-evaluation and grade negotiation.
  • 7. Nettiquette
    • We are all still in high school here so treating each other with respect is not optional it is required. Please remember that this is a formal educational setting and that requires specific behavior on your part.
    • I highly recommend that you visit the following website and visit the instructional boot camp Prezis on nettiquette, dangers of the Internet, technological tools and how to post and collaborate online at:
    • http:// ciaction.pbworks.com /Tim-Hasse
  • 8. An Average Week in Online Learning
    • It is a common misconception that online learning is somehow easier than traditional classes.
    • The truth is that you can expect to spend:
      • At least two hours on assigned readings per week
      • At least four hours reading discussion posts
      • At least two hours responding to questions and making replies to posts by your peers
      • At least two hours working on class assignments
      • At least two hours navigating classroom areas (depending on you Internet connection speed)
    • This also means it's more work for teachers too
  • 9. Your Class Week Here
    • On Monday read the course homepage to find out what is due that week.
    • You must answer reading questions by midnight on Thursday.
    • You must respond to two peers by midnight on Sunday.
    • The week's assignments are also due on Sunday by midnight.
    • Due dates are not set in stone as long as you communicate with me when I can expect your work to be done and why it was late.
  • 10. How to Be Successful
    • Check into the course often so you do not become inundated with discussion posts to read. I keep track of what you read and it will figure into your discussion grade.
    • You will be asked to regulate your learning and progress because I cannot physically hold your hand in this environment. It takes hard work and commitment.
    • Yo will not do well in this course if your idea of learning revolves around the completion of tasks. Your grade will reflect how you grow as a student, a thinker, and my perception of your effort.
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