HUMAN ECOLOGY FAQ

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1. Do I hafta buy the TEXTBOOK?

1.1. Why a paper text?

1.2. Alternatives

2. What online components are in the course?

2.1. Angel

2.2. McGraw–Hill Connect

2.3. Google Drive

3. What's LAB about?

3.1. Lab Rubric

4. What's LECTURE about?

4.1. Lecture Rubric

5. PROF. PRICE — Frank

5.1. How Do I contact him?

5.2. What's his schedule?

5.3. Brief Bio

5.4. What about ...? Ask

5.4.1. So ask already!

6. ———————— READ ME FIRST ————————

7. What are the GROUND RULES?

7.1. What if I have a disability?

7.2. Academic Integrity

7.2.1. My Policy

7.2.2. Team Work

7.2.3. I just need to graduate, I'll be OK later

7.3. Preparation Counts

7.3.1. Suggested weekly schedule

7.3.2. Finish your homework

7.3.2.1. Finish Your Homework

7.3.3. Empty your bladder

7.4. Why must I bring my textbook to all classes?

7.5. You will work as a team

7.6. Ask questions

7.6.1. How to ask questions

7.6.2. Textbook Questions

7.7. Attendance Counts

7.7.1. Participation Counts*

7.7.1.1. How is participation graded?

7.7.1.1.1. Exercise/Feedback Form

7.7.1.1.2. How is participation graded?

7.7.2. The Thanksgiving bus to NY leaves Tue afternoon, can I be excused?

7.7.3. Can I take the final early?

7.8. Quality of Failure?!

7.8.1. Rubric

7.8.2. An Endorsement

7.9. Late Assignments Are Penalized

7.10. Don't text or surf in class

7.11. Can I do extra–credit work?

8. What's your PEDAGOGICAL PHILOSOPHY?

8.1. Science

8.2. Teaching & Learning

8.3. Liberal Arts

8.4. An Experiment in Progress

8.5. Instructor's Role

8.6. Students' Role

8.6.1. Peers & Cooperative Learning

8.6.2. Teamwork

8.7. Challenge

8.7.1. Challenged?

8.8. Lectures

8.8.1. Lectures & Information

8.8.1.1. The Cynical View

8.8.1.2. Inefficient info Transfer

8.8.1.3. OK, what's a better way?

8.8.2. What Are Lectures For?

8.9. Labs

8.10. Tests

8.10.1. Format

8.10.2. Studying

8.10.3. Redoing assignments as take–homes

8.10.4. Evaluation

8.11. Terminology

8.11.1. Terminology Study TIps

8.12. Asking Good Questions

8.13. Peers

8.14. Textbooks

8.14.1. USE your text

9. Any MORE?

9.1. Turn your cell phone off

9.2. Use pencils

9.3. Bring a USB Thumb Drive to lab

9.4. Sleepy?

9.5. Where are the PowerPoints?

9.6. Canceling class

9.7. Breaks during class

9.8. Use a 3–Ring Binder

9.9. Format of Written Assignments

9.10. If you own a laptop, you may bring it to computer labs.

9.11. Check UC email at least once a day

10. How are GRADES Determined?

10.1. Some Data

10.1.1. Distribution of final scores in Bio 111

10.1.2. Distribution of final grades in Bio 111

10.2. Do you curve grades?

11. What are the course GOALS?

11.1. Why the NATURE OF SCIENCE?

11.1.1. Science is a Process, not a product

11.1.1.1. Why are questions important?

11.1.1.1.1. Questions

11.1.1.2. Not all questions are scientific

11.1.2. Science does produce products

11.2. What areas of BIOLOGY?

11.3. CITIZENSHIP in a Science course?

11.3.1. Your/Our Future Competitors

11.3.1.1. Guiana

11.3.1.2. Pakistan

11.3.1.3. India

11.4. Life/Professional SKILLS?

11.4.1. Basics

11.4.1.1. Communication

11.4.1.1.1. Writing

11.4.1.1.2. Speaking

11.4.1.2. Critical thinking & Analysis

11.4.1.3. Learning/Study skills

11.4.1.3.1. Terminology

11.4.2. Following Directions

11.4.2.1. Dear Abby

11.4.2.2. Gov. Christie

11.4.3. Teamwork

11.4.4. Numeracy

11.4.5. Etc.

11.5. Do We Hafta?

11.5.1. Do We Hafta?

12. Red nodes are OK, Black nodes & branches are Under Construction