Qwea Essay

3370 Words Sep 8th, 2011 14 Pages


Po-Chang Chen University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 434 Wohlers Hall pchen28@illinois.edu 217-333-4527

Syllabus Content
Content Course Overview & Objectives Course Materials Prerequisite Learning (Teaching) Philosophy Getting Help Class Procedures Assessment Written Assignments Balanced Scorecard Project Measurement Project Examinations Professionalism Potential Extra Credit Opportunities Potential Course Problems Special Accommodations Preliminary Course Calendar Page No. 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 7

Important Note: Changes to the syllabus will be announced in class and posted to the website. Students are responsible for checking the web
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Getting Help
If you have any questions regarding the course, you can get help either from me or from my TAs during our office hours or by appointment. If you wish to set up an appointment with me, please send me an email at pchen28@illinois.edu suggesting three possible 30-minute time slots we could meet. Please avoid Mondays and Wednesdays from 12pm to 4pm, as these are my teaching time slots. I will confirm the time and date of the appointment via email. My contact information: Po-Chang Chen Office: 434 Wohlers Hall Phone: 217-333-4527 Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 4pm –5pm Teaching Assistants: Office hours location: BIF 2056 or BIF 2062 Ben Ger Email: ger2@illinois.edu Office hours: Thursday 2pm-3:30pm Michelle Erb Email: merb2@illinois.edu Office hours: Tuesday 2pm-3:30pm

Class Procedures
The class format includes a mixture of lecture, group activities, and class discussions of assignments. The assigned cases, problems and activities represent practical illustrations and applications of the concepts presented in the readings. Cases, problems and activities are meant to stimulate inductive reasoning - the reflective reasoning from observations and particulars to concepts and theory that we can utilize more generally. That is, knowledge that we can use

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