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H. and J. DEPARTMENTAL AND COLLEGE POLICIES



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H. and J. DEPARTMENTAL AND COLLEGE POLICIES:

Attendance: Students' regular, active presence is vital to success in the course. Since attendance is an integral part of understanding and mastering competencies in Humanities, Philosophy, and Religion courses, students who miss more than 20% of class time can fail unless there are legitimate reasons.
Classroom Behaviour: To maintain a good learning environment, certain conditions must be maintained: The classes start on time and last 80 minutes. You are expected to arrive on time and remain for the duration. If you wish to speak, raise your hand and wait to be acknowledged. Do not interrupt others when they are speaking. Disruptive behaviour in class will not be tolerated. Some behaviours which are not acceptable are sleeping, texting, or talking while the teacher or another student has the floor. Use of cell phones or audio devices is not allowed. Laptops and tablets are only permitted for certain course-related activities. Offending students will be asked to leave class and be counted as absent.



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