Course Syllabus Sample Clauses

Course Syllabus. All faculty members are required to publish a welcoming course syllabus on the District’s approved Learning Management System for each course they teach and to keep on file in the department/school office a course information sheet (syllabus) for each course for each semester. Syllabi shall be distributed to students at the first class meeting or no later than the end of the second week of class. The syllabus must align to the content of the course that is in the course outline. Submission of a syllabus for each course that aligns course content to the course outline and includes: • Faculty contact information and modes of communication (e.g. announcements, emails, student feedback, direct messaging) • Student office hoursRelevant course information • Grading standardsAttendance policyTBA complianceDescription of the means by which the course is taught (lecture, laboratory, outside assignments, etc.) Other recommended items are: examination dates, text assignments, and an outline of topics to be covered in the course.
Course Syllabus. The teacher is required to develop their 2021-22 UW course syllabus, which is the official syllabus for the course in the high school, using the syllabus template provided by UWHS. The teacher is to submit their UW syllabus to the UWHS office by the indicated deadlines. The UW syllabus is to be distributed by the teacher to all students in the beginning of the course. The UW syllabi are reviewed and approved by UW faculty overseeing the courses.
Course Syllabus. All dual enrollment courses taught at high schools will follow FIU’s course outline(s) and the same procedures for courses taught on the FIU campus(es).
Course Syllabus. It shall be the responsibility of the professional faculty to prepare and maintain an official course syllabus for each active course in the department. This syllabus shall include the course number and title, description, credit and contact hours, pre and co requisites, learning outcomes and objectives, and essential instructional methods, assessment and evaluation methods, content, and other specifications which are required of all class sections as determined by the faculty. The Xxxx may assign the preparation of a course syllabus to an instructor who teaches the course.
Course Syllabus. The JS Department will submit a course syllabus to the CO via the student intern.
Course Syllabus. 11.1.1 Each teacher is responsible annually for distributing a syllabus on her/his course or courses to the parents of all students enrolled in the course(s). Included with the syllabus will be a “return sheet” which the parents should sign and return to acknowledge receipt of the syllabus. The sheet also will include a space for parent comment on her/his child.
Course Syllabus. Provide to students on the first day of class the departmentally approved course syllabus.
Course Syllabus. The expectation is that faculty will provide each student with a course syllabus on the first day of instruction. Each semester a faculty member will submit to the District a course syllabus for each class taught. Only one syllabus will be required for multiple sections of the same class. Course syllabi will be submitted to the area xxxx no later than the Friday of the second week of instruction of each semester, or for short term classes by the census date. If proof of delivery is wanted, course syllabi may be submitted to the xxxx electronically.
Course Syllabus. All Faculty members shall develop and distribute to students by the end of the 1st week of session a course syllabus for each class they teach. The syllabus shall contain:

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  • Statement of Grievance The party claiming to be aggrieved shall furnish to the other party a written statement of the grievance identifying any witnesses or documents then reasonably known to that party that support the grievance and the relief requested or proposed.

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  • Extracurricular Activities 1. Participation in extracurricular activities shall be on a voluntary basis. If volunteers are not available and assignment is necessary, a teacher's qualifications and interests shall be considered.

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