For courses taught by
Lecturer of Computing at Petroleum Institute, Abu
Standards of Student
Affecting Computing Class Performance and Continuous
How important is this? Your daily work and
organization is part of your Continuous Assessment grade in this course.
Continuous Assessment counts for 30% of your course grade.
You will receive top continuous
assessment marks if the following are true:
Your organization -
- You have a file folder and you bring it to each class.
- When your teacher gives you a paper in one class you are able to
produce it in a later class. This means, you have the paper in your file and
you know where it is, every time.
- You have pens and paper with you at all times and are ready to use
µ = yellow
card if you don't have pens, pencil, or paper
- You properly organize your Home folder so that work on different
courses, projects, and web pages is clearly separated.
Your behavior and performance in class
- You treat the teacher with the same respect he gives to you.
- You respect other students in the class.
- You always contribute to an atmosphere of efficient study in the
- Your mobile is never seen or heard in the classroom.
µ = yellow card if your
mobile is seen or heard
- You come to class on time; you don't disturb others if you must
- You work efficiently; you don't waste time.
- You follow the instructions the teacher gives you.
Using the computers
- During classtime you never play frivolous games, check email, or chat
on the computers.
= yellow card if you're caught doing this
- You do not work on assignments from other classes during computing
yellow card if you're caught doing this
- You pay attention to the teacher, not the computer, when the teacher
requests your attention.
- You focus on the work the teacher assigns during the class.
- When keyboarding, you work with correct finger placement.
- Your homework is placed on time in the correct folder in Work
- You check the class blog and web pages regularly for announcements.
- You double check that you have completed all assignments listed on
our Homework Assignments page. "I didn't know" is never an excuse.
- You maintain your membership in the class YahooGroup and check your
email or YahooGroup website regularly for announcements.
From Section 7.4.1 of the 2003-2004 Student Bulletin, pp.
- "It is a violation of academic integrity ... to use the work of
others and claim the work as your own."
- Academic dishonesty is defined as "a deliberate and intentional act
whereby the student attempts to receive credit for the work of others through
deception or other forms of misrepresentation."
- Several examples of dishonest acts, and their penalties, are listed
in the Student Bulletin.
Penalties include zero on the assignment for
all students giving and receiving such help, and
possible suspension or expulsion from the PI.
This update: March 8,
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comments to vstevens at pi.ac.ae http://www.vancestevens.com/