Dr. Lauren Scharff
Note: these are points that I have picked up along the way, and often obviously reflect my opinion rather than "hard and fast" rules.
Issues to Consider When Writing a Syllabus:
What are the Basic Components of a Syllabus?
Other Things You Might Not Have Considered:
When Deciding on the Above Syllabus Issues, There are Underlying Issues Which Will (Should) Be Considered:
This is a biggie and should be reflected in many of the points covered on the syllabus. It will be very important to think several things through before the first day of class (ie. when you are writing the syllabus) so that you can handle events as they arrive during the semester. Some specific points:
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