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  • 1. Topic 3: Participants Who Fall Behind It is important to contact participants who fall behind in a timely manner so that they do not get so behind that they give up. Often there is some extenuating situation. If your course allows some flexibility, you can work out a solution together. For example, you cannot negotiate the end date of the course, but you could negotiate the due date for a specific assignment.  Refer to your downloaded document to find the Fallen Behind Message Example. 1
  • 2. Topic 3: Participants Who Fall Behind For participants that start the course so late or fall so far behind that they cannot complete, you may suggest that they take the course the next time it is offered. They will need to start at the beginning of the course. We do not extend course deadlines out of respect for those who do complete the course on time, and for SABES staff who usually are supporting concurrent DL courses. 2
  • 3. Topic 3: Participants Who Fall Behind  On the left menu, click Topic 4 to continue.