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Embryology syll 2012

  1. 1. Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Course Introduction 3 Course Director Information 3 Course Description 3 Course Objectives 3 Textbooks and Resources 4 Course Requirements 4 Grading Scale and Policy 5 Student Code of Conduct 5Dental HygieneProgramDH 1350 Fall SemesterDental Embryology and 2012HistologyInstructor: Pam Funk, RDH, BS Evacuation 5 ADA Statement 5 Plagiarism 5 Electronic/Wireless Devices in Classroom 5 Professionalism 6 Course Calendar 7 Verification Agreement 8 2
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  3. 3. Salt Lake Community College Dental Hygiene Program SLCC DEPARTMENT: Dental Hygiene DEPARTMENT CHAIR & CONTACT INFO: Department Chair to be announced Contact: Angie Hunter (801) 957-6074 COURSE NUMBER: DH 1350 Dental SEMESTER: Fall 2012 Embryology and Histology CREDIT: 2 hours DAY & TIME: Monday 11-11:50 am COURSE DIRECTOR: CONTACT INFO: Pam Funk, RDH, BS Office: HTC 115B Email: pam.funk@slcc.edu OFFICE HOURS: By appointment Alternate email: pamfunk@hotmail.com Office Phone: 801-957-6073 Cell Phone: 801-631-5753COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a comprehensive presentation of embryonic, fetal and postnataldevelopment of tissues and structures of the head and oral cavity.Prerequisite: Program AdmissionCOURSE OBJECTIVES:Knowledge • Identify the basic components and functions of various histological tissuesComprehension • Describe the structure and function of the body’s primary tissues and their purposes • Describe the steps odontogenesisApplication • Explain the origin, function and abnormalities of dental tissues • Illustrate the developmental disturbances that can occur during embryological developmentAnalysis • Contrast the structures that develop from each of the pharyngeal arches • Discuss the complex innervation of the tongue in relation to its embryological developmentSynthesis • Categorize the developmental processes • Compose a dialogue with a patient explaining developmental disturbancesEvaluation • Predict how the varying healing times of tissues will relate to periodontal regeneration • Evaluate which times are critical for embryological development 4
  4. 4. • Defend why knowledge of embryological development is essential to the profession of dental hygieneREQUIRED TEXTBOOKS:Bath-Balough, Mary, Fehrenbach M.J, et al., Dental Embryology, Histology, and Anatomy Illustrated. 3rd ed.St. Louis: Saunders Elsevier, 2011.COURSE REQUIREMENTSResponses: After each class period, students will be required to submit a written response online.They are always due at Midnight on the Friday after the information was covered. Each response has specificcriteria which will be explained in the Assignments Section online. Each response is worth 20 points.You will be able to drop your lowest response score. Because of this policy, there will be NO MAKE- UPRESPONSES.Quizzes: Quizzes will be administered at the beginning of each class period. They will review theinformation covered in the previous lecture. Each quiz is worth twenty (20) points. Three (3) of the quizzeswill be assigned as Online Quizzes and will be due by the beginning of class the following week. Onlinequizzes are only worth five (5) points. The specific dates for these Online Quizzes can be found on theCourse Schedule. While Online Quizzes are inherently open book, I would suggest you try to answer themindependently.You will be able to drop your lowest quiz score. Because of this policy, there will be NO MAKE- UPQUIZZES.Tests: Questions may include multiple choice, fill in the blank, labeling diagrams, matching, and/or essayquestions.COURSE EVALUATION CRITERIA: Responses: 25% Quizzes: 25% Tests: 30% Written Final Exam 10% Oral Final Exam 10% Total: 100%Note: All course assignments must be completed to pass this course.ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION:Attendance is mandatory and expected at each class session. Refer to Student Manual for attendancepolicy. Participation is expected and may be reflected in the student’s grade. 5
  5. 5. GRADING SCALE AND POLICYA = 100 – 96 % B+ = 91 – 88 % B- = 84 – 82 % C = 77 – 75 %A-= 95 – 92 % B = 87 – 85 % C+ = 81 – 78 % *Failing = 74.9 % and belowA - For outstanding work which demonstrates exceptional mastery of course materialB - For good work which is clearly beyond simple mastery of materialC - For acceptable work indicating a mastery of the basic concepts of a courseF - Failing grade for work that fails to meet course requirementsSTUDENT CODE OF CONDUCTThe student is expected to follow the SLCC Student Code of Conduct found athttp://www.slcc.edu/policies/docs/stdtcode.pdfEMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDUREWhen instructed to evacuate the building, always leave immediately. The Dental Hygiene Department willmeet in front of the LDS Institute (northeast corner of the building) for a head count and further instructions.As a rule, it is recommended that you evacuate the building at a distance of one and a half times the size of thebuilding to avoid harm.Any question, please contact Charlie Dressen (801) 957-4963 www.slcc.edu/riskmanagement/docs/2011ADA STATEMENT http://www.slcc.edu/drc/Students with medical, psychological, learning or other disabilities desiring accommodations orservices under ADA, must contact the Disability Resource Center (DRC ). The DRC determineseligibility for and authorizes the provision of these accommodations and services for thecollege. Please contact the DRC at the Student Center, Suite 244, Redwood Campus, 4600 So.Redwood Rd, 84123. Phone: (801) 957-4659, TTY: 957-4646, Fax: 957- 4947 or byemail:linda.bennett@slcc.eduPLAGIARISMStudents are expected to reference all sources of information. Any plagiarism will result in failure of theassignment and possible failure of the course. Information must not be copied from other students work,textbooks or internet sources.ELECTRONIC/WIRELESS DEVICES IN CLASSROOMThe advent of technology use in the classroom as an instructional tool has caused bothopportunities and distractions. The expectations for this course are that you are engaged andpresent during class time, which means that you will be free from technological distractions.Research has shown that these distractions cause individual inattentiveness and can make it difficultfor others to stay focused on the immediate discussions. The following policies are in effect duringour time together:1. Cell phones, iPods, pagers, High-Resolution DVR Spy Pens with webcam and microphoneor any device (excluding ADA authorized devices) that may distract from the class shouldbe silenced before entering the classroom and may not be on the desk during class or 6
  6. 6. exams. If you have an emergency and must use your cell phone, please exit the classroomto take the call. If you are discovered reading/sending text messages during class, youcould be asked to leave the class and will be counted absent for that class session.2. You are expected to engage in discussion for the class. You may use your computer toaccess your textbook, take notes, and research the discussion topic. However, somestudents may find it difficult to refrain from reading emails, surfing the web, and engagingin other activities not related to the class. Therefore, if you are discovered engaging incomputer activities not directly related to the class, you will be asked to leave the class andwill be counted absent for that class session.3. You may not record or publish information from the class without written authorized usefrom the instructor. If used without authorization you have violatedPRIVACY/INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.PROFESSIONALISM:Professionalism is expected and includes at a minimum the following capabilities and traits : 1. Appearance: Displays appropriate professional appearance and is appropriately groomed as defined in the SLCC Dress Code. 2. Attitudes: Is actively concerned about others. Maintains a positive outlook toward others and toward assigned tasks. Recognizes and admits mistakes. Seeks and accepts feedback to improve performance. 3. Dependability: Completes tasks promptly and well. Arrives on time and actively participates in clinical and didactic activities. Follows through and is reliable. 4. Function under stress: Maintains professional composure and exhibits good personal and clinical judgment in stressful situations. Recognizes the importance of maintaining professional behavior in the clinical setting, in spite of inappropriate action on the part of others. 5. Initiative: Independently identifies tasks to be performed and makes sure that tasks are completed satisfactorily. Performs duties promptly and efficiently. Is willing to spend additional time and to assume new responsibilities. Recognizes when help is required and when to ask for guidance. 6. Integrity: Displays honesty in all situations and interactions; is able to identify information that is confidential and maintain its confidentiality. 7. Interpersonal relationships: Provides support and is empathetic and considerate in interactions with peers, patients, faculty, and staff. Interacts effectively with "difficult individuals." Demonstrates respect for and complements the roles of other professionals. Is cooperative and earns respect. 8. Tolerance: Demonstrates ability to accept people and situations. Acknowledges his/her biases and does not allow them to affect patient care or contribute to inappropriate interactions with others. 7
  7. 7. ScheduleAug. 27 Syllabus Chapter 3: Overview of Prenatal DevelopmentSept. 3 No School: Labor DaySept. 10 Chapter 4: Development of Face and Neck Quiz 1: Chapter 3Sept. 17 Chapter 5: Development of Orofacial Structures Quiz 2: Chapter 4Sept. 24 Chapter 6: Tooth Development and Eruption Quiz 3: Chapter 5 Online Quiz 1 Available: Chapter 6Oct. 1 Test 1: Chapters 1-6 Online Quiz 1 DUE Oct. 1 Chapter 10: Gingival and Dentogingival Junctional Tissues Oct. 8 Chapter 12: Enamel No QuizOct. 15 Chapter 13: Dentin and Pulp Quiz 4: Chapter 12Oct. 22 Chapter 14: Periodontium Quiz 5: Chapter 13Oct. 29 Review Chapters 12-14 Quiz 6: Chapter 14 Chapter 7: Overview of the Cell Online Quiz 2 Available: Chapter 7Nov. 5 Test 2: Chapters 12-14 & 7 Online Quiz 2 DUE Chapter 8: Basic TissuesNov. 12 Chapter 9: Oral Mucosa Quiz 7: Chapter 8Nov. 19 Chapter 10: Gingival and Dentogingival Quiz 8: Chapter 9 Junctional TissuesNov. 26 Chapter 11: Head & Neck Structures Quiz 9: Chapter 10 Chapter 19: Temporomandibular Joint Online Quiz 3 Available: Ch. 11 & 19Dec. 3 Written Final Online Quiz 3 DUEDec. 10 Oral Final Verification of Agreement
  8. 8. I ________________________________________ have read the(Print your name)syllabus for DH 1350 Dental Embryology and Histology, Fall 2012. I have been given the opportunity to have any questions I had regarding the contents of thissyllabus answered; thus, I understand that I am responsible for ALL the material contained inthis syllabus.I understand that I MUST comply with all policies contained within this document.Student Signature: ________________________________ Date: _________________ 9

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