Your name Are your students comfortable with MAT102 syllabus? Should we continue teaching such topics as Normal Distribution? Please share your ideas how we can improve this course.
Mark SorensonSince, I did not have a large number of questions, about the course, and most students were able to begin the course and continue working, I am going to say "yes". Please not , however, that only a portion of the information that I convey to them is contained on the syllabus. I communicate to all students on a regular basis through announcements posted both on MML and CC. For the OL version that I am teaching,
Mark SorensonSince, I did not have a large number of questions, about the course, and most students were able to begin the course and continue working, I am going to say "yes". Please not , however, that only a portion of the information that I convey to them is contained on the syllabus. I communicate to all students on a regular basis through announcements posted both on MML and CC. For the OL version that I am teaching, many of my suggestions are posted on Dr. Shay's Forum on Online Teaching. These include a Video made by the instructor, and finding a more efficient way to proctor OL Exams. When I taught this course as a Hybrid I used a different text. I would like to see all sections move to the same text book, preferably the Pearson Version we use OL as I prefer it to the McGraw Hill.
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