COMP 915, Fall 2009
Technical Communication in
(The course formerly numbered COMP 321)
News of the day:
Class Meetings: Fridays 10:00-11:15 in
Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.
- EMail: email@example.com
- Office: 214 Sitterson Hall
- EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: 159 Sitterson Hall
- Phone: 919-962-1888
class teaching performance, and participation. Broad curve.
if turned in next class; other lates are half credit.
McKeachie, Wilbert J., Teaching Tips,
edition, Houghton Mifflin, 2006
Check out the
used book market. Used copies of McKeachie can be found for
about a third the retail price. But be sure you are getting the right
will be handed out in class or available on the web.
Name and date on everything you give
keep a copy for yourself.
Center for Faculty
Student Judicial Governance
Science addendum to the Honor Code
Registrar's memo number 24
The wandering "only"
16: Why get a Ph.D?
Aug. 28: Public speaking
Assignment 1: Evaluation (due September 4, 2009)
Attributes of good teachers
Assignment 2: Learning Styles (due September 11, 2009)
Assignment 3: Teaching methods (due September 18, 2009)
Assignment 4: Objectives (due September 25, 2009)
Assignment 5: Syllabus (due October 2, 2009)
Assignment 6: Text selection (due October 9, 2009)
Assignment 7: Thesis topics (due October 16, 2009)
Assignment 8: Testing (due October 30, 2009)
Assignment 9: Large Classes (due November 6, 2009)
Large class handout
Assignment 10: Dealing with controversial topics (due November 13, 2009)
Assignment 11: Grading and cheating (due November 20, 2009)
Einstein, Weiss, & Newton  generated by http://pdos.csail.mit.edu/scigen/
Assignment 12: The academic marketplace (due December 4, 2009)
Academic marketplace PowerPoint
Criteria for University Faculty
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