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Class 1 (Introduction)
Prof email: [email protected]
*use Carleton cmail when contacting the professor
Office hours: A814 Loeb on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:15-2:15
Between the textbook and the lecture slides, whatever is on the exam will be taught and will be
the focus. There will be no disjoint between the book and the slides.
• There will be discussion in every class.
How the lectures will work:
• Lectures will begin with objectives for the class.
• Previous material will be reviewed.
• Lecture slides will be on CU learn on PowerPoint and PDF format.
• The lectures will be Podcasted.
it has a very strong hold on us.
• The class is about engagement and active learning. You need to be able to connect what
is happening in the textbook to what we are discussing in the lectures. Ask questions if
there is something that is difficult to understand.
• Repetition helps with learning. Some things you just have to memorize.
Learning outcomes for today:
• Understand the objectives of the course, we should know what we want to accomplish
during a lecture.
◦ Be strategic in your reading. When reading, look at what the chapter is about. Try
to get a schema for the section or chapter that you are reading.
• Class will end with an important metaphor.
• Add exam dates to your calendar. There are 3 midterms for this class.
• Get in touch with REVEL. There is an access card on the back of the textbook that allows
you to get into the REVEL account.
◦ Each chapter has multiple choice questions, which will be a part of 20% of your
• Implementation intention is "in this situation I will do this behaviour", so make this type
of intention for when you are going to read. Be specific about your reading schedule.
There is a link on CU learn called Too Fast. This allows students to give feedback anonymously.
• Will be all multiple-choice questions.
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