Managing the Monday Madness...
- Questions, comments, concerns?
- Learning Community E Academic Advisor: Rachelle Stanley visits!
- Planning for Summer 2018 and Fall 2018 classes
- Quiz #4 Tecumseh vs. Harrison- group up into your Learning Community E Quiz Groups!
- An Experiment in Group Think!
- A Challenge for you all!
- Federalists vs. Democratic Republicans: What actions did their party take when they controlled the presidency?
- If we have time... we need to start developing a ...plan of attack for Exam II!
Announcements and reminders:
- Mandatory conferences with Burnett and Marquez on Wednesday, March 7th from 12:15-2:15 pm. Large lecture will not meet on this day. Please sign up in groups of four. Here is the link to the schedule: LCE Conference Schedule
After Spring Break... this is what is coming up! Mark your calendars!
And to be a tad more specific...
- History Reading Quiz#5- Wednesday, March 21st will be over Chapter 10 Beecher vs. Stanton
- Friday, March 23rd: First Year Research Conference Proposals due!
- Wednesday, March 28th: EXAM II
- Here is the copy of the exam study guide: EXAM II REVIEW
- Monday, April 2nd- Midterm grades for all of your LC E courses will post on SAIL/Blackboard. Please come by and visit with us if you have questions or concerns. These grades are NOT permanent and are intended to give you a sense of your performance so far this semester. Remember, you have only completed a portion of the coursework thus far, :) If you have questions about your midterm grade, please come and see me during office hours.
- Make-up Exam day- Wednesday, April 4th
- Large lecture will not meet on this day. If you do not need to take a make-up, the learning community instructors will have optional meetings with students during large lecture class time to discuss student's grades in the LC. If you do need to take the make-up exam, you will need to get a letter of permission from me or Wooster to take your missed exam. :)
- Friday, April 6th is the last day to drop a course for the semester! Make sure to visit with your professors before you decide to drop a course!