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TRI-COUNTY TECHNICAL COLLEGE. PSY 120 Organizational Psychology Professor Jackie Kroening 864-646-1430 864-646-1425 (PSY office) www.lifetour.com Book: Human Behavior in Organizations – Vandeveer and Menefee 2ed. COURSE COMPETENCIES.

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Tri county technical college

TRI-COUNTY TECHNICAL COLLEGE

PSY 120

Organizational Psychology

Professor Jackie Kroening

864-646-1430

864-646-1425 (PSY office)

www.lifetour.com

Book: Human Behavior in Organizations – Vandeveer and Menefee 2ed


Course competencies
COURSE COMPETENCIES

  • Demonstrate understanding of terms, theories and concepts.

  • Able to develop a strategy of increasing your own motivation, to increase your productivity, and to increase your self-discipline and assertiveness.

  • Understand factors that contribute to job satisfaction and pinpoint consequences of job satisfaction and dissatisfaction.

  • Become a more creative problem-solver in organizational climates.


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COURSE COMPETENCIES

  • Evaluate kinds and degrees of stress in your life and state several coping strategies.

  • Gain understanding of conflicts within organizations and the complexity of factors creating conflict and be able to discuss ways of dealing with conflict.

  • Evaluate your effectiveness as a team player and will be able to analyze and suggest solutions to team problems.


Course competencies2
COURSE COMPETENCIES

  • Increase your ability to communicate verbally, in writing, and non-verbally.

  • Gain ability to analyze power politics, identify ethical and unethical political tactics.

  • Become aware of the kinds of programs in organizations designed to increase interpersonal skills and realize the need for on-going training.


Methods of instruction
METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

  • Designed to make you THINK.

  • Learning is the GOAL. Pure memorization is not the intent.

  • It is expected that you will read and study the material before each class.

  • Attend every possible class.

  • Master much of the material on your own or ask about it in class.


Course requirements
COURSE REQUIREMENTS

4 tests (15% each) 60%

Reflective Journals 20%

Book Review 10%

Class participation 10%

(Class participation and Discussions)

100%


Evaluation strategies and criteria tests 60 of grade
Evaluation Strategies and CriteriaTests (60% of grade)

Tests must be taken with the class on the designated date. No make‑up tests will be allowed. If it is necessary for you to miss an exam, the final exam will count as two. Notify the instructor before missing an exam. It may be possible for you to take it with another class.

A. Tests Will Be Composed Of­

Objective multiple choice, true‑false, and/or matching questions designed to test your knowledge, understanding and application of the basic information, terms, concepts, theories, and research data.

B. Grading of Tests

In the grading of multiple choice and matching items, the student may disagree with the answer designated as correct, though an effort will be made to keep these questions clear and direct. To receive consideration for additional credit for his/her answer, the student must explain in writing his/her reasoning for the answer selected and/or his/her interpretation of the question and answers. These justifications must be written at the beginning of the class after the test is returned.


Evaluation strategies and criteria reflective journal 10
Evaluation Strategies and CriteriaReflective Journal: (10%)

Reflective Journal: Describe your own personal thoughts and feeling about what you learned from each chapter and give your evaluation of each class and how you think or feel the class can be improved.

Must be posted on class blackboard (follow the guidelines located in the class backboard)

Example: “Leadership is something I have not thought about much. I’m surprised at how many ways you can look at Leadership. I will be able to use this when looking for my next job. Selecting the leader I work for has a great barring on my work success.”

NOTE: I don’t want “today we covered leadership.”


Criteria for book review
Criteria for Book Review

  • Follow the book review guidelines located in the class blackboard


Evaluation strategies and criteria book review
Evaluation Strategies and CriteriaBook Review

  • Criteria for evaluation of papers:

    1 . Thoroughness and accuracy of information

    presented

    2. Logic, support for ideas, and organization

    Two outside references supporting your ideas.

    Relate ideas to the course text book (reference once).

    Must have a reference page

    3. Originality of thought and creativity, where

    appropriate

    4. Appropriate introductory and concluding

    paragraphs

    5. Effective and accurate word choice

    6. Correct grammar and effective writing style


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Evaluation Strategies and CriteriaClass participation (10%)

  • The evaluation of your participation will be on a 0‑100 point scale based on the following criteria:

    100 ‑ Volunteers for demonstrations, shares willingly with class,

    participates enthusiastically in structured experiences, stimulates

    class discussion, asks relevant questions.

    80 ‑ participates enthusiastically in structured experiences, contributes

    to class discussion, asks relevant questions.

    60 ‑ cooperates in structured experiences, occasionally contributes to

    class discussion, occasionally asks relevant questions.

    40 ‑ reluctantly participates in structured experiences, does not

    contribute to class discussion, does not ask relevant questions.

    0 ‑ uncooperative in structured experiences, distracts from class discussion and other learning activities.


Tri county technical college grading policy
Tri-County Technical College Grading Policy

  • A (100 – 90) - Excellent "A" is used in GPA calculations, earns credit hours, and carries a value of 4 grade points for each credit hour.

  • B (89 – 80) - Above Average "B" is used in GPA calculations, earns credit hours, and carries a value of 3 grade points for each credit hour.

  • C (79 – 70) – Average "C" is used in GPA calculations, earns credit hours, and carries a value of 2 grade points for each credit hour.

  • D (69 – 60) - Below Average "D" is used in GPA calculations, earns credit hours, and carries a value of I grade point for each credit hour.

  • F (59 – 0) – Failure "F" is used in GPA calculations, earns no credit hours, and carries 0 grade points for each credit hour attempted. (When the student retakes the course, the "F" is negated and the higher grade is used in GPA calculations.)


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Tri-County Technical College Grading Policy

  • WF – Withdrawn – Failing “WF” is used in GPA calculations, earns no credit hours, and carries 0 grade points for each credit hour attempted. (When the student retakes the course, the “WF” is negated; and the higher grade is used in GPA calculations.) "WF" may be given from the first day after the tenth week through the last day of class before the final examination period if the student is failing. (The time period for awarding "WF" grades will be prorated for ten‑week summer session terms and for other terms of varying lengths.)

  • W – Withdrawn - "W" is not used in GPA calculations, earns no credit hours, and generates no grade points.


Dl etiquette
DL Etiquette

  • Honesty, Keeping your word, Respect for others and Fairness

  • Attempting to hack into another computer

  • Using the institution’s resources for personal gain

  • Sending threatening, obscene or harassing messages

  • Posting confidential material outside the institution

  • Be sure language is objective and polite

  • In general, avoid humor and sarcasm

  • The recorder is on. Think carefully about the content of your message before contributing it. Once it is sent to the group, there is no taking it back

  • Using language that comes across as strong or offensive

  • No inappropriate material. Do not forward virus warnings, chain letters, jokes, etc. to classmates or instructors. The sharing of pornographic material is forbidden.


Attendance policy
Attendance Policy

  • Students must log into the course once a week. Any student who does not log in for two weeks will be dropped from the class.


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Attendance Policy

  • If you violate the DL Etiquette by being rude to your instructor or classmates you will be dropped from the class.


Policy on academic dishonesty
Policy On Academic Dishonesty

  • 1. Academic dishonesty as used here includes using another's work without giving credit to the source and cheating.

  • 2. Charges of academic dishonesty must be substantiated by evidence.

  • 3. The instructor has the option of dealing with a first offense in one of two ways:

    a. giving an "F" or a "0" for that particular

    assignment.

    b. demanding that the student redo the

    assignment.

  • 4. With second offenses, the instructor may assign a grade of "F" for the course.

  • 5. The student may appeal the decision to the Faculty‑Student Behavior Committee.