Explore the Overviews & Theory, Examples, Applications, and Exercises & Simulations sections for the Lessons to be covered in the Classroom Activities (see Schedule)
Complete Language Quizzes for Lessons to be discussed in class
Classroom / Laboratory Activities:
Be prepared to contribute!
Active learning environment with team-based problem solving
Web-based solutions from each team are due by the end of the week (Friday at 5 PM)
After Attending Class:
Complete team-based analysis and design problems assigned in the classroom / laboratory activities. The write up for the lab will be done in HTML at a web site of the the teams choosing. The write up will contain at least the following four sections:
Optional problems are available on the website
Complete the Integration Quizzes for Lessons covered in class
All Language Quizzes must be electronically submitted at least one hour before the associated Lesson is scheduled to be explored in the classroom (see schedule). There will be NO make-up or late quizzes accepted. Each student will be able to drop their lowest two Language Quizzes
All Integration Quizzes must be electronically submitted within 1 one week of the classroom activities associated with the Lesson. There will be NO make-up or late quizzes accepted. Each student will be able to drop their lowest two Integration Quizzes
All electronic quizzes and exams will be open book and open notes but they must be the individual work of the student. The Final Exam will be closed book, and no extra sheets of paper will be allowed
There will be suggested homework problems given for each lesson. No homework will be collected. As a warning, those who don't do the homework typically flunk the weekly quizzes.
Reports (per group)
In Class Involvement (individual)
Quizes (Individual Activity)
Final Exam (Individual)
Estimated homework for a B student
~3 hours out-of-class work for every hour in class
All assignments and materials will be provided through the course website (except midterm and final exam).
Computer compatibility is your responsibility.
Students are expected to attend every class.
Students will check the course website (new section) at least three times per week.
Students are expected to know (or re-learn on their own) material covered in prerequisite courses.