Global Educators Cohort Program - Teacher Education

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Course Information -CEP 432, Section 001

Classroom, Day & Times:

  • Place: 133E Erickson Hall
  • Day: Friday
  • Time: 9:10 – 12:00 p.m


  • Required:
    • Owens, Robert E. (2010). Language disorders: A functional approach to assessment and intervention, 5th Edition. Boston, MA: Pearson.
  • Reference:
    • Identified within course lectures.


Projects, Evaluation & Grading Scale:

  • Weekly Quizzes: [15%]
    • Given at the start of each class in an “open notes” format. Questions will be drawn from both the past week course lectures and the current week assigned readings.
    • Grade computed by the total number of correct answers, in relation to the total number of Quiz questions.
  • Midterm Exam: [25 %]
  • Unit Plan: [30%]
  • Observation Studies:
    • Self: 10%
    • Student: 20%
  • Extra Credit: Q&A Contributions:
    • Each documented, novel, substantial, and approved contribution to the “Q&A” section of the class wiki will “count” as one correct reply to a quiz question.
  • Grading Scale:
Percentile Range
Grade Point Average
85-89 %
Accommodations for Individuals with Disabilities:
  • Students with disabilities should contact the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities to establish reasonable accommodations. For an appointment with a counselor, call 353-9642 (voice) or 355-1293 (TTY). Instructors in the course may request a VISA Form (Verified Individual Student Accommodations Form) from a student requesting services.
  • Note: above statement was retrieved on 8/14/08 from:

Attendance and Participation:
  • Regular on-time attendance and full participation in class is critical to learning. Of course, illness and other emergencies cannot be avoided. If you are unable to attend a class session, you must call or email the instructor in advance. Similarly, you must call your mentor teacher in advance if you are unable to meet a field visit commitment. You must make up all field absences. If you are unable to attend school, you need to call your mentor teacher in advance. Do not rely on your peers to relay messages-make sure you communicate directly with your mentor.
  • This course is planned on the assumption that you will come on time and come prepared to participate. The instructor reserves the right to adjust your grade as a response to absences or excessive tardiness.
  • In accordance with the College of Education Professional Conduct Policy, attendance and punctuality in class meetings and field experiences are critical to your success in this course and in the Program. In the case of recurring absences or tardiness, your Advisor will be notified and you may be required to attend a meeting regarding your attendance. More than two absences in class or in your field placement will affect your grade and may result in a failing grade for the course.
  • Note: above statement was retrieved on 8/14/08 from:

Academic Honesty and Integrity :
  • We assume that the student is honest and that all course work and examinations represent the student's own work. Violations of the academic integrity policy such as cheating, plagiarism, selling course assignments or academic fraud are grounds for academic action and/or disciplinary sanction as described in the university's student conduct code.
  • Incidents of plagiarism are taken very seriously and will be pursued. Students are strongly cautioned not to copy any text verbatim or use someone else's ideas on class quizzes, tests, reports, projects, or other class assignments without using appropriate quotations and source citations.
  • For University regulations on academic dishonesty and plagiarism, refer to:
  • Note: above statement was retrieved on 8/14/08 from: