INSTRUCTOR RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE STUDENTS
New Student Orientation
New students entering a class will receive general orientation from the instructor. Instructors will be responsible for informing new students in their class of the specific information listed below:
All students should receive a course syllabus or outline that contains at a minimum the following information:
The instructor will be given a printout of all registered and paid students at the second class. Class attendance roles are required.
Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes. Instructors are responsible for maintaining a grade book or students should sign a class rosters for each class meeting. Under NO circumstances will an absence, for any reason, excuse students from completing all work assigned in a given course. It is the responsibility of the student to check with the instructor about the completion of missed assignments. Students must attend 90% of the class dates to receive a certificate.
The instructor will orient students as to the requirements for successfully completing the class at the beginning of the course. This includes but is not limited to: attendance, testing, participation, lab work, etc.
Progress Reports and Documentation
Instructors will maintain complete written documentation on each student. All tests, activities, student progress reports, competency records, or any other records pertaining to each student will be maintained by the instructor and turned into the appropriate campus designee at the end of the course.
Safety in the Classroom
Safety in the classroom or shop is the prime responsibility of the instructor. Any unsafe condition(s) should be reported immediately and corrected as soon as possible. Any accidents should be reported immediately to the campus dean or his/her designee. An accident report should be completed promptly by the instructor and turned into the appropriate person.
Class Meetings, Absence from Class
On the first day of the course, instructors are expected to arrive at least 30 minutes before the scheduled class time. All scheduled class time should be fully utilized. The first class meeting and all succeeding class meetings should begin and conclude on time.
The key to classroom management is planning. In planning instruction, instructors should carefully consider the following:
It is important that faculty and students have positive interaction. Throughout the course instructors should strive to do the following:
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