MATH 077: Math Reasoning Workshop

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is a co-requisite course for Math 118 students. It is intended to address gaps in students' mathematical knowledge, and provide them with problem solving tactics and tools to help them succeed in Math 118 and subsequent courses.

COURSE MATERIALS

Activities/Worksheets

Each class meeting students will work on either group work, activities, worksheets, or one-on-one tutoring. Participation in these activities is a required and determines the Participation component of your grade.

Mini-Projects

Mini-projects are designed to help you develop and apply your quantitative reasoning skills. You will have one week to complete them from date of assignment.

Final Project

For the final project, you will be assigned to a small group of students to prepare a presentation on a topic from the course. You will need to collaborate within your group, and this will involve meeting together and working outside of class time in addition to any other work you may have. Presentations will take place in class in November. You will receive a complete description of the Final Project in a few weeks. The project will have several deadlines.

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This course grade is Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory. To receive a Satisfactory grade, you must attend 75% of the class meetings; you must participate in the activities and worksheets, as well as earning a 70% or better class average.

The average for the class is as follows:

Note that there is no final exam for this class. If you are taking this class because you were required to by the results of the placement test, then you must remain enrolled in Math 077 in order to remain enrolled in Math 118. Dropping Math 077, or insufficient attendance to Math 077, may result in you being dropped from Math 118.

ACADEMIC POLICIES

Academic Integrity Policy

As an academic community, UIC is committed to providing an environment in which research, learning, and scholarship can flourish and in which all endeavors are guided by academic and professional integrity. All members of the campus community - students, staff, faculty, and administrators - share the responsibility of insuring that these standards are upheld so that such an environment exists. Instances of academic misconduct by students will be handled pursuant to the Student Disciplinary Policy: https://dos.uic.edu/docs/Student%20Disciplinary%20Policy%2017-18%20(FINAL).pdf

Academic Deadlines

Current academic calendar and the list of deadlines can be found at http://www.uic.edu/ucat/catalog/CA.shtml#f

Disability Policy

The University of Illinois at Chicago is committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment so that students with disabilities can fully access programs, courses, services, and activities at UIC. Students with disabilities who require accommodations for access to and/or participation in this course are welcome, but must be registered with the Disability Resource Center (DRC). You may contact DRC at 312-413-2183 (v) or 312-413-0123 (TTY) and consult the following: http://drc.uic.edu/.

Religious Holidays

Students who wish to observe their religious holidays shall notify the faculty member by the tenth day of the semester of the date when they will be absent unless the religious holiday is observed on or before the tenth day of the semester. In such cases, the student shall notify the faculty member at least five days in advance of the date when he/she will be absent. The faculty member shall make every reasonable effort to honor the request, not penalize the student for missing the class, and if an examination or project is due during the absence, give the student an exam or assignment equivalent to the one completed by those students in attendance. If the student feels aggrieved, he/she may request remedy through the campus grievance procedure. For a calendar of this year's religious holidays, please see: http://oae.uic.edu/religious-calendar/.

Grievance Procedures

UIC is committed to the most fundamental principles of academic freedom, equality of opportunity, and human dignity involving students and employees. Freedom from discrimination is a foundation for all decision making at UIC. Students are encouraged to study the University's "Nondiscrimination Statement". Students are also urged to read the document "Public Formal Grievance Procedures". Information on these policies and procedures is available on the University web pages of the Office of Access and Equity: http://oae.uic.edu/.