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ado Boulder Policies ## Classroom Behavior Both students and faculty are responsible for maintaining an a... ssroom behavior]( and the [Student Code of Conduct]( ## Requirements for COVI
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social-change agent ## Expectations ### Weekly Students are expected to complete the weekly reading assi... interconnections. #### Interventions Each week, students are expected to turn in what we'll call an Inter... esses it. Interventions need not be realistic for students to carry out; students may imagine themselves as representing better-resourced organizations, real or ima
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n the world around us and devise some of our own. Students should expect to enlarge their entrepreneurial r... e: Report *20 percent* Early in the course, each student produces a brief, researched report on a past dis... ass about the effects of a disruptive innovation. Students should interview at least two people (outside th... hallenged by the disruption. In the presentation, students will share interviewees' insights, alongside an
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for change. ## Expectations This syllabus, for students who decide to proceed with the course, should be... class might consider adopting. ### Basics Each student is expected to: * work together to foster a re... involvement as both a contributor and a listener. Students who are most adept as speakers will be expected ... depart their comfort zone and contribute. For all students, participation includes: * Contributing and l
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ns ### Coursework Throughout the semester, each student will (as a percentage of the total course grade):... e class may work on a single project together, or students may work in groups of at least two. Plan for con... le collaboration time outside of class. Groups of students will produce a [[whitepaper]] outlining the stru... omy of their proposed enterprise. **(40%)** Each student will: * Take responsibility for one section of
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der political culture. The course will also guide students through the process of developing an academic re... other members of the class and feedback on fellow students' ideas (10 points) Participation will be evalua... flourishes through cultivating habits. Each week, students will produce a weekly notebook entry on the read... de [[peer review|detailed reviews]] of two fellow students' drafts, 300-500 words each. Restate the finding
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actice ## What are the expectations? Basically, students are expected to hack it. This can take different... the assigned texts. ### Objective 0: Contribute Students are responsible for contributing to both meatspa... with you. ### Objective 1: Hack Each week, each student should contribute an Exploit---a hack that addres... ek, usually during the second meeting, a group of students will present to the class about a hacker skill r
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e Computers count from zero, so hackers do too. Students are responsible for contributing to discussions ... deep on at least one per week. Replies to fellow students count (although you won't see them in our Hypoth... semester. ### Objective 1: Hack Each week, each student should contribute an Exploit---a hack that addres... ek, usually during the second meeting, a group of students will present to the class about a hacker skill r
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* 1/2 final draft ### 1. Class participation Students are expected to attend and participate in every ... 2. Adventuresome thinking At each meeting, each student is expected to bring a short written reflection o... Mid-term exam About halfway through the course, students will be tested on their knowledge of the content... ed in to the instructor * **Peer review** among students of each other's drafts * **Consultation** with
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dence that such devices hinder rather than aid in student learning. ## Bibliography * Susan Dynarski, "... ers & Education_ 62 (March 2013) * Cindi May, "[Students are Better Off without a Laptop in the Classroom](
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g an email to your professor. I love hearing from students, and I love helping my students succeed. I also love email, which is at least in theory an ownerless, ana... or entity to make it work. But often I find that students come to college in need of a few pointers on wha
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a democratic public sphere ## Expectations Each student is expected to: * contribute every week to our... n peer review * 20 points - final draft Each student is allotted 3 unexcused absences. After that, abs
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gular office hours. However, I strongly encourage students to find times to meet with me in person by appoi... neider" (not "Dr. Schneider," as I do not hold a PhD) and graduate students refer to me simply as "Nathan."
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e Hypothesis website: * [Quick Start Guide for Students]( * [Frequently Asked Questions](https://web.hy
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of Kuhn as an impressionable first-year graduate student. Kuhn deeply affected Gould's science. One might
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