syllabus

Instructor

  • Mr. Andreas Johansson
    • Educational Technology Consultant @ Lorain County ESC
    • Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer
  • Email: e.andreas.johansson [at] gmail.com
  • Cell: 440-320-8911 (no calls after 6 PM, please)
  • LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/eandreas

Meeting Location

  • White Hall, Kent State University
  • Room TBA
  • WiFi enabled

BYOT

Please bring your own technology, such as a laptop, if you have it available. Portions of the workshop will be devoted to using technologies, and working online, as well as creating, accessing, and setting up technologies for future use. While an iPad is handy, it will not be the best tool for this workshop.

Most, if not all rooms at White Hall have WiFi enabled, and even if you are not a student on a regular basis, you should be able to access the Kent Guest Network with no problems.

Assignments for Credit

Please see the Assignments page for credit requirements.

Please make it your responsibility to turn in assignments in a timely fashion. See more about responsibility here.

Attendance and Participation

  • Please be present at all workshops dates, and on time.
  • Turn off your cell phone, or set to vibrate/silent.
  • Be an active participant – take charge of your own learning journey!
  • Ask questions. Observe. Learn. Adapt. Do.

Dropping Out / No-Show

If you do not attend the entire workshop, both days in full, credit will not be awarded, regardless of assignment completion, etc.

It is your responsibility to manage your course standing, i.e. withdrawing, etc. through Kent State’s system.

Academic Dishonesty

Academic honesty is one of the most important qualities influencing the character and vitality of an educational institution. Academic misconduct or dishonesty is inconsistent with membership in an academic community and cannot be accepted.

Violations of academic honesty represent a serious breach of discipline and may be considered grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from the University.

In speaking or writing, plagiarism is the act of passing someone else’s work off as one’s own. In addition, plagiarism is defined as using the essential style and manner of expression of a source as if it were one’s own. If there is any doubt, the student should consult his/her instructor or any manual of term paper or report writing.

Borrowing is okay, especially in education / teaching. Not citing, or giving proper credit, is not.

Student Accessibility Services

(SAS)  [ http://www.registrars.kent.edu/disability/default.htm ] provides assistance to students with varying degrees and types of disabilities in order to maximize educational opportunity and academic potential. Types of disabilities that students have who are served by Student Accessibility Services include mobility impairments, visual impairments, hearing impairments, speech impairments, specific learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, chronic health disorders, psychological disabilities, and temporary disabilities.

Students seeking services must provide documentation of their specific disability. Although a student may be eligible for services, specific accommodations are not extended by Student Accessibility Services unless they are requested. A student has the right to choose to use only a few of the accommodations available or to completely refuse special help.

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