Additional Course Outline Information
All forms of cheating and dishonest practice are taken seriously and penalties will result. Students should refer to Regulation J of the General Course and Examination Regulations.
Please refer to the booklet College of Education Assessment Guidelines for Students
If you are dissatisfied with the grade awarded for any of the assessment throughout the year, you need to contact the course co-ordinator within seven days of the receiving the grade.
To meet the requirements of the course, all students must complete all assignments. You will also be expected to be thoroughly prepared for each class, to contribute to class discussions and activities and provide feedback and support to other class members.
Course and teaching evaluation surveys will be completed annually.
A sample of each set of marked assignments will be sent for moderation before assignments and grades are returned to students. The sample will be indicative of the full range of grades awarded.
No late submissions will be accepted unless due to exceptional circumstances. Students must apply for an extension before the due date.
If you cannot complete an assignment by the due date, you must consult the course co-ordinator regarding an extension before the assignment is due. Reasonable extensions of time are normally granted for good cause. Time available for an extension is limited; regardless of individual circumstances, it is University policy that no assignments can be accepted for marking after other students’ marked assignments have been returned to them.
If you believe your academic performance has been impaired (through illness, or critical circumstances) the University makes provision for aegrotat consideration for the course. Within the College of Education,you may apply for aegrotat consideration on one piece of assessed work only (worth no more than 50% of the total assessment), and must have a C+ average on other pieces of assessed work.
Assignments may be submitted to and collected from the College Office in Orakipaoa.