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students and faculty will
all members of this learning community with respect.
commitment to and provide a supportive atmosphere for all members of
this learning community.
by the principles of the Social
Contract and the Sexual
to resolve conflict and grievances fully and promptly first on an individual
basis, then by seeking assistance from appropriate others if issues
approximately 20 hours a week, in and out of the classroom, to advancing
the goals of this learning community.
a rich learning environment, including opportunities for lectures, guest
lectures, field trips, and interactive/collaborative problem solving.
to address program problems promptly when brought to the facultys
attention by students.
- be available
for students during office hours and by appointment.
evaluation conferences with each student and write timely evaluations
of each student.
- be prepared
for and attend weekly faculty team planning meetings focused on the
facilitation of student learning.
all program activities required of the entire group of students when
not ill or absent for professional reasons.
a faculty evaluation conference during or shortly after evaluation week
and prepare drafts of a self-evaluation for that conference.
all program activities, arrive on time, and be fully prepared to participate.
faculty in advance if they are unable to attend due to illness or emergency.
openly in the learning community to advance their own learning as well
as contribute to the learning of others.
initiative in seeking help from faculty whenever significant difficulty
exists with the pace or content of the program.
effectively with other students to produce group work that represents
the talents and efforts of all members of the group.
academic integrity by submitting original work and giving appropriate
credit for the contributions of others. (Please meet with the program
faculty and consult the college's definition
of plagiarism if you have any doubts about what is meant by academic
professionalism by submitting typed, appropriately formatted work that
has been thoroughly proofread.
and submit a program portfolio that will serve as one basis for evaluating
an evaluation conference during evaluation week and prepare drafts of
a self-evaluation for that conference.
and evaluation policy
credit for work in the program will be awarded on an all-or-nothing
basis each quarter. This is because the curriculum is designed to be
cohesive and interdisciplinary; no part stands without the other. Partial
credit may be only be awarded for absences due to illness or extraordinary
circumstances as determined by the faculty team.
evaluation process is a central feature of education at Evergreen that
allows students to learn by reflecting on their experiences. Students
are required to submit timely self-evaluations and faculty evaluations
in order to receive credit for the program.
receive credit for fulfilling minimum requirements. Plagiarism or academic
dishonesty may lead to total loss of credit. Credit may be reduced due
to unsatisfactory attendance (missing more than one class is unsatisfactory)
or due to unsatisfactory performance. Reduction of credit will require
consensus of the full faculty team.
is not the same as positive evaluation. It is possible to receive credit
yet receive a poor evaluation.