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Online Syllabus for My

Future Dream Job

Instructor Information....................................2
Course Information........................................3
Communication..............................................3
Attendance and Participation.........................4
Course Policies...............................................5
Technical Support..........................................5
Course Schedule/Outline..............................5
References...................................................6

<<placeholder>> Online Instruction Course Syllabus


Instructor Information

Susan Carpenter is the course instructor for <<placeholder>> Online Instruction. She
holds a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies Grades 1-8, with the focus areas of
Special Education Grades PreK-12, and Health Grades 1-8. She also holds a master's
degree in education leadership.
Ms. Carpenter has been in education for over twenty years, serving in the Galveston
County Area. She has worked in both the elementary and secondary settings for many
years, and always had a way of helping others feel comfortable using technology to
access and learn the necessary curriculum. Ms. Carpenter is also a form invited TCEA
guest presenter, speaking to the topic of technology tools in education.
Currently, Ms. Carpenter works hard to keep up with her active family. They bring her
great joy. Facilitating positive and supportive online learning experiences for people
such as yourselves, is exactly what Ms. Carpenter dreamed of doing for several years.
Not only is this a service being provided for your benefit; but, it is a true work of heart
for her.

SusanF95@gmail.com
409-770-3411
o Text messages acceptable, phone calls encouraged until 6pm
In lieu of online office hours contact me via phone, email or inbox. I will respond within
24 hours

Course Information

Course Prerequisites (including any technical knowledge required) <<placeholder>>


Course Description<<placeholder>>
Course Goals and Objectives<<placeholder>>
Course Length - four nine week periods
o Start and End Dates<<placeholder>>
o Week Defined as Monday-Sunday
Required Instructional Materials
o Link to Course Website <<placeholder>>
Instructions on Logging into Course<<placeholder>>
Textbook, Including Name and ISBN<<placeholder>>
Supplemental Readings<<placeholder>>
Online Resources will be provided during our second synchronous session
There are no Additional Technical Software and Hardware needs
Approximate Time Commitment is 5-7 hours each week
Synchronous Session Information<<placeholder>>

Communication

Students
o The preferred method to contact your instructor is through our LMS messaging
o When using e-mail, make sure to put "<<placeholder>>" in the subject line
o Always include your last name, first name, course name and section number in
the signature of your email
o In case of an emergency please text your instructor at 409-770-3411 as you are
able. I will worry about you if you disappear.
Instructor
o Response time - 24 hours, unless the time falls on a Sunday; then 48 hours
o Assignment feedback time - 3 days, unless the day falls on a Sunday; then 4 days)
Netiquette
Netiquette is Online Etiquette (Shea, 2001)
Keep in mind the following, when working through our online class:
There is a person on the other end of the computer. Communicate with them as
you would if they were with you in a classroom.
Laws apply online just as they do offline. Always keep this in mind.
Be respectful and receptive to the opinions of others.
Put your best foot forward, and be willing to share what you know.
Just because someone pushes a hot button, does not mean you need to fan
those flames. Keep the fires at bay. Disagreement is perfectly fine. However, we
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must agree to be respectful and civil in the way that we handle our differing
opinions.
Everyone brings something to the table. Be mindful, appreciative and respectful
of this.

Attendance and Participation

Attendance Policy
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o Required amount of time within the course <<placeholder>>
o When attendance will be taken? Friday at 4pm
o Students are required to attend the weekly synchronous session. All sessions will
be recorded, in the event a session must be viewed later. Students benefit most
by viewing the session within two days of the recording.
o Attendance make-up - There will be some extra credit assignments included that
can be used for making up missed attendance.
Participation Expectation
o Can a student work in advance? <<placeholder>> How far? TBD
o Late work accepted? <<placeholder>> How late? <<placeholder>>
Consequences? <<placeholder>>
Discussion Board Policy
Minimum postings - student is to create one original posting on
each topic
Minimum responses - student is to respond with an original post
to two different participant's posts
Group Project Policies
Group communication expectation - a commitment to working
together, while staying on track to reach their goal
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Group project rubrics<<placeholder>>
Course Requirements<<placeholder>>
Grading Policy<<placeholder>>
o Grading Scale<<placeholder>>
o Grading Percentages (Weight for Assignments vs. Quizzes vs. Assessments)
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Assignment Expectations - complete 100% of assignments
Evaluation Information<<placeholder>>
o Rubrics<<placeholder>>

Course Policies

Academic Integrity
o Copyright Information - materials from this course are to be used for participants
personal education needs. The materials are not to be replicated in any way.
Failure to comply will make the student subject to any sanctions regarding
copyright infringement.
Disability Policy<<placeholder>>
Acceptable Use Policy
Subject to Change Policy
o All course content and materials are preloaded into the course before the start
date. If any adjustments are needed (changes to the content, materials, course
dates, requirements), students will be notified as soon as changes to this course
are made.

Technical Support

Students are encouraged to notify the instructor should any concerns arise with
technology during this course. If at all possible, the instructor will assist with
troubleshooting to help solve the problem. If needed and appropriate, the instructor
<<placeholder>>. However, the ultimate responsibility for making sure the technology
works is up to the student and their family.
Technical Requirements<<placeholder>>
Help Desk Number<<placeholder>>
o Lost Password Process<<placeholder>>
Technology Failure Contingency<<placeholder>>
Disability Support<<placeholder>>
Additional Technical Support and Help<<placeholder>>

Course Schedule/Outline

Unit Dates<<placeholder>>
Assignment Due Dates<<placeholder>>
Testing Dates<<placeholder>>

References

Shea, V. (2001). Netiquette. Retrieved from www.albion.com:


http://www.albion.com/netiquette/introduction.html

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