A syllabus acts a contract between the instructor(s) and students of a course. A good syllabus should be clear about the responsibilities of bot the instructor (what content will be covered, when class will meet, when you can reach the instructor, etc) and the student (how often you need to be in class, when you need to hand in work, caliber and type of expected work, etc.). After you thoroughly read the syllabus for this course, please take some time to complete the following form. We will be checking to see that everyone has completed the form by Friday January 16, 2014.

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Learning objectives describe what you should know or be able to do at the end of a course. Think about what you want to learn this year. These don't have to be tightly linked to the course material but can include anything that you want to learn in your final year as a design student. Learning objectives start with the statement: "At the end of this course, I will have the ability to..." Visit this page to see a list of verbs you could use to form an objective (http://agsci.psu.edu/elearning/pdf/objective-verbs.pdf)
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