Collaborative Course Guidelines

PHIL 102, Hendricks, Spring 2017

Collected guidelines from discussion group docs

Here are the documents people originally wrote on in discusison groups:

L01, Wed. 12:00

L04, Wed. 2:00

L09, Fri. 10:00

L05, Fri. 11:00

L06, Fri. 12:00

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Table of contents:

Guidelines on how we treat one another

What is helpful for your learning in terms of how we engage in discussion & work in groups?

What hinders your learning in these activities?

What would you like to see the professor & other students do re: how we treat one another in discussions & group work?

Guidelines on other things we do in class

What you and other students do during class that helps/hinders learning

What the professor does during class that helps/hinders learning

Any suggested guidelines about these things?

Guidelines on use of electronic devices in class

How using electronic devices in class can help learning (or other positives about using them)

How using electronic devices in class might hinder learning (or other negatives)

Any suggested guidelines about using electronic devices in class?

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Guidelines on how we treat one another

Remember that harassing speech is against UBC policy. See here: http://equity.ubc.ca/discrimination/#harassment

What is helpful for your learning in terms of how we engage in discussion & work in groups?

What hinders your learning in these activities?

What would you like to see the professor & other students do re: how we treat one another in discussions & group work?

Guidelines on other things we do in class

What you and other students do during class that helps/hinders learning

Helps

Hinders

What the professor does during class that helps/hinders learning

Helps

Hinders

Any suggested guidelines about these things?

Guidelines on use of electronic devices in class

(if not already addressed above!) Note that, of course, we will sometimes be using them directly for in-class activities; it’s more the use beyond that that we’re talking about here.

How using electronic devices in class can help learning (or other positives about using them)

How using electronic devices in class might hinder learning (or other negatives)

Any suggested guidelines about using electronic devices in class?

Christina’s suggestions about treating each other well in discussions & small group work:

Some from the following page: http://consc.net/norms.html

Some ideas from a previous class: