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August 18, 2014. BGR 2014. Academic Expectations. Material developed by Tim Delworth , Ben Wiles, and Marcy Towns. What are the differences between high school and college? What do professors expect of you?. Topics. Following the Rules Classes Classroom Decorum (Behavior) Teachers

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August 18 2014

  • August 18, 2014

BGR 2014

Academic Expectations

Material developed by Tim Delworth, Ben Wiles, and Marcy Towns


August 18 2014

  • What are the differences between high school and college?

  • What do professors expect of you?


Topics

Topics

  • Following the Rules

  • Classes

  • Classroom Decorum (Behavior)

  • Teachers

  • Tests & Grades

  • Communication


Following rules

Following Rules


Following rules1

Following Rules

Your time isstructuredbyothers.


Following rules2

Following Rules


Following rules3

Following Rules


Following rules4

Following Rules


Following rules5

Following Rules


Following rules6

Following Rules


Classes

Classes


Classes1

Classes


Classes2

Classes


Classes3

Classes


Classes4

Classes


Classes5

Classes


Classes6

Classes


Classes7

Classes


Classroom decorum

Classroom Decorum


Classroom decorum1

Classroom Decorum


Classroom decorum2

Classroom Decorum


Classroom decorum3

Classroom Decorum


Teachers

TEACHERS


Teachers1

TEACHERS


Teachers2

TEACHERS


Teachers3

TEACHERS


Teachers4

TEACHERS


Teachers5

TEACHERS


Teachers6

TEACHERS


Teachers7

TEACHERS


Teachers8

TEACHERS


Teachers9

TEACHERS


Tests grades

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades1

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades2

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades3

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades4

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades5

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades6

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades7

TESTS & Grades


Tests grades8

TESTS & Grades


Communication

Communication


Communication1

Communication


Communication2

Communication


Communication3

Communication


Refresh

Refresh

  • Following the Rules

  • Classes

  • Classroom Decorum (Behavior)

  • Teachers

  • Tests & Grades

  • Communication


Guiding principles

Guiding Principles

You are responsible

  • You are responsible for your own time management and scheduling.

  • You are responsible for your own learning and studying.

  • You are responsible for creating a respectful learning environment.

You are responsible

You are responsible


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Question 1

Question #1

  • Which statement is generally TRUE about university life?

    • Your academic advisor manages your schedule.

    • All courses have the same grading scales, policies, and procedures.

    • Material is covered quickly and some assignments are not collected.

    • Your professors know your major requirements and track your progress towards your degree.


Question 2

Question #2

  • What happens if you miss a class?

    • Your professor will email you the missed lecture notes and assignments.

    • Your TA will email you the missed lecture notes and assignments.

    • It is your responsibility to obtain any material you missed.

    • A parent or guardian has to contact the professor.


Question 3

Question #3

  • Which statement is generally TRUE about university life?

    • Professors regularly check to verify you completed the assigned readings.

    • All testing is frequent and covers small amounts of material.

    • Extra credit assignments are always available to raise your grade.

    • Grades may not be provided for all assigned work.


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