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Grades in this 5-credit course will be determined as follows:
Grade adjustments will be made on the basis of unexcused absences from regular class meetings (proportional deductions) unless it can be shown that the specific, missed class content has been documented and learned through some other means. Bonuses can be earned answering Bonus questions in written examinations, by helping fellow students in the class (improving understanding through peer teaching) and by other means (to be determined).
Since assignments and projects are related to concurrent class content, and are dependent on sequential individual or collaborative work and feedback from instructor, they can receive credit only if they are accomplished under the prescribed conditions. Some assignments may count 1/2 if they are handed in within a week of due-date. Keep instructor and your group members informed about any extraordinary circumstances which prevent you from fulfilling your responsibilities.
|Official Numerical Grades
|Performance Attributes & Values|
|99% +||4.0||A||Superior: Unusually successful, at times original work marked by outstanding critical judgment and understanding.|
|79+80%||3.0||B||Solid, dependable work representing a good basic grasp of the materials and a serious attempt to understand and place them in(to) a larger context.|
|59+60%||2.0*||C||This is a passing grade for this course, but based on an undistinguished performance in terms of learning effort, content and quality|
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