Examples of Syllabi`s statements on these topics and related police information are available on the faculty document`s website at: www.albright.edu/academics/fac_res/course_dev.html. Ian Rhile – InclusionSignation I consider the individual identities and values of the students in our class to be a strength, and I want to create a classroom atmosphere in which all students can learn. These identities consist of a number of characteristics and beliefs, such as gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and national identity, political affiliation, age, intellectual and physical abilities, socio-economic class, non-religious belief and perspectives, military experience and other characteristics. I do my best to respect this diversity throughout the semester. If you have class-related experience that is opposed to this obligation, or if there is an aspect of the course that could reasonably be modified to improve your learning, please contact me. The compass contains information on how the university treats discrimination and hate speech, sexual assault, rape and sexual harassment (including Title IX) and other policies, and the Dean of Students can be a resource for you if you have concerns. For more information, see the statement on accessibility and representation of students` interests. The faculty is strongly encouraged to make all the statements contained in its school curriculum so that students know where to go for help. In addition, faculties should follow the requirements of the faculty manual when constructing their school curricula. Audio or visual recording of class lectures, discussions, simulations and other activities related to student or course principals` courses is governed by the College`s Class Recording Directive, which is available in the catalogue. Albright`s class registration policy compensates for the needs of students with different abilities, the intellectual property rights of their teachers and the privacy of their students.
Any audio or visual recording made by a student during a course, regardless of the recording device, is subject to the written consent of the course principal prior to teaching and the student`s signed agreement with the terms of the college`s guidelines. Before registering a class activity, the student and the course director must sign a registration agreement and submit it to the Office of Student Accessibility and Advocacy (if it is a licensed disability accommodation) or to the Academic Dean (if not for housing). Violations of these class registration guidelines may be committed by academic dishonesty procedures or by the Office of Community Standards and may result in civil or criminal offences. Topics from statements from other institutions and links to their statement: U. of Central Florida; Winona State U.; Yale U., U. of Central Missouri; U. of Delaware; Purdue U. XII.D.
Syllabi. In the first year of each course, the faculty member will distribute or publish a course that, of course, must contain the name, time and place; Contact information and office hours Description of the course Learning goals Readings and other course materials The number and nature of the assignments; Course plan and methods of assessing student performance, including the allocation of points. It is strongly recommended to make a statement on the college`s policy on academic dishonesty, accommodation for the mentally handicapped and teachers` expectations of student conduct. During the course, the course director may distribute or post a modified program to achieve course objectives when needed. Syllabi should also describe a policy of attendance and possible impact on course evaluation. For courses that meet three hours a week, it is also necessary to explain the fourth quality of the hour (see the additional links in the faculty`s resources for these two directives). The faculty is encouraged, even if it is not necessary, to inc