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Scavenger Hunt!. Look in the Syllabus for EDU 314. What to find?. 1. The ways to contact the instructor. 2. The web address of the course website!!!. 3. Which page should be the most frequently hunted ;-). 4. The final product of the course?.

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Scavenger hunt

Scavenger Hunt!

Look in the Syllabus for EDU 314


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What to find?

1. The ways to contact the instructor.

2. The web address of the course website!!!

3. Which page should be the most frequently hunted ;-)

4. The final product of the course?

5. Where to find the basic requirements for your ePortfolio?

6. The six expectations of the course and what each means.

What if you miss a class?


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MOAR!

8. The total amount of projects in this course.

9. The software we will use to make each of the projects. (Long one!)

10. The time when the class has “Eyes on screen, hands off mouse.”

11. Are there bonus points? How to get them?

12. The policies for due dates.

13. What is an annotation? What are the policies?


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Last three! (Longest ever)

14. The meaning of “professional disposition” in this course (Fear caused by length= *****).

15. The amount of points you will lose for being absent, arriving late or leaving early.

16. The components required in your final ePortfolio (Even more unimaginably long).

The levels of fear:

[*]: A little scary.

[**]: Quite scary.

[***]: Very scary.

[****]: Causes crippling fear.

[*****]: Somehow, “Crippling fear” just doesn’t cut it…


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