20.20(S13):Expectations

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#Work collegially and constructively
#Work collegially and constructively
#Tell people who need to know if there is a problem
#Tell people who need to know if there is a problem
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==Resources==
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===Student Support Services===
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If you are dealing with a personal or medical issue that is impacting your ability to attend class, complete work, or take an exam, please discuss this with Student Support Services (S3). The deans in S3 will verify your situation, and then discuss with you how to address the missed work.  Students will not be excused from coursework without verification from Student Support Services. You may consult with Student Support Services in 5-104 or at 617-253-4861.  Also, S3 has walk-in hours Monday-Friday 9:00-10:00am.
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===Student Disability Services===
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MIT is committed to the principle of equal access.  Students who need disability accommodations are encouraged to speak with Kathleen Monagle, Associate Dean, prior to or early in the semester so that accommodation requests can be evaluated and addressed in a timely fashion.  Even if you are not planning to use accommodations, it is recommended that you meet with SDS staff to familiarize yourself with the services and resources of the office.  You may also consult with Student Disability Services in 5-104 or at 617-253-1674. If you have already been approved for accommodations, please contact me early in the semester so that we can work together to get your accommodation logistics in place.

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Grading

All assignments except the biweekly "blog" should be dropped into the homework drop-box, found here

  • Blog(individual grade, up to 30% of your final grade)
    • Blogs due by Friday at 5PM
      • after week 2, 2.15.13
      • after week 4, 3.1.13
      • after week 6, 3.15.13
      • after week 8, 4.5.13
      • after week 10, 4.19.13
      • after week 12, 5.3.13
    • Summary of blogs should be dropped into homework dropbox on the 20.020 Stellar site by midnight on the last day of the term, 5.17.13
  • Team Project Presentations (team grade, up to 65% of your final grade)
  • Instructor Leverage (individual grade, up to 5% of your final grade)

Class policies

Students in 20.020 should:

  1. Do great things
  2. Do their best
  3. Come to class with an open mind and some energy to engage with the challenges
  4. Work collegially and constructively
  5. Tell people who need to know if there is a problem

Resources

Student Support Services

If you are dealing with a personal or medical issue that is impacting your ability to attend class, complete work, or take an exam, please discuss this with Student Support Services (S3). The deans in S3 will verify your situation, and then discuss with you how to address the missed work. Students will not be excused from coursework without verification from Student Support Services. You may consult with Student Support Services in 5-104 or at 617-253-4861. Also, S3 has walk-in hours Monday-Friday 9:00-10:00am.

Student Disability Services

MIT is committed to the principle of equal access. Students who need disability accommodations are encouraged to speak with Kathleen Monagle, Associate Dean, prior to or early in the semester so that accommodation requests can be evaluated and addressed in a timely fashion. Even if you are not planning to use accommodations, it is recommended that you meet with SDS staff to familiarize yourself with the services and resources of the office. You may also consult with Student Disability Services in 5-104 or at 617-253-1674. If you have already been approved for accommodations, please contact me early in the semester so that we can work together to get your accommodation logistics in place.
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