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Introduction to online IDC4U (Read 206 times)
Mar 24th, 2020 at 3:16pm

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During the time that we are not meeting in class we will continue to use the same kinds of resources as we usually do including articles, online research, videos, and other activities.

The Learning Log for the week is attached to the post detailing the work for the week. Please provide details about all of the work you did and the time spent. You are not expected to work on IDC4U on days of the cycle in which your class is not scheduled, but if you do work on these days then record it. You should be spending 50 min per scheduled class on course work, i.e. as much time as we would normally spend in a classroom.

Email Communication. It is imperative that you include your name and course code in the subject for every email you send your teacher. When you are submitting work via email you must also include your name in the top right corner of your assignment. Submit your work in a single .pdf or .doc file with your name in the file name. Please follow these directions carefully as searching for disorganized work may not be your teacher’s priority.
Scanning apps are available here: https://pdf.wondershare.com/mobile-app/free-pdf-scanner-app.html

Citing sources. In most cases a full APA reference list is not required for short questions unless it is asked for specifically. Copy and paste the website(s) you use and put them right beside the information in your answers.

Assessment. Unless otherwise specified, small assignments will be assessed using the attached rubric. Note that short assignments and may not be assessed in every category and formative assessment will not be included in the term grade. (Please do submit them as they are a record of the time you spent working on the course.)

Questions. Feel free to email your teacher with any concerns or questions. Answers to questions of general concern will be posted on the bulletin board.

 
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