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Course Prefix, Number and Title: H ED 330 Health Educatino Seminar: Health and Wellness Service Learning
Course CRN #10770 Section 01
Semester Taught: Fall 2019 Professor: Jill A. Nolan
Credit Hours: 1 Office Location: 301H Carter Center
Prerequisites: none Office Hours: MTWR 9:45-11:00
Course Time: M 4-5 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Building and Room Number: Carter Center 402 Phone: 304-384-6327
Office Fax: 304-384-5117
College/Department Website: Click Here
This is an activity based course where students will gain experience in health and wellness initiatives on campus. Initiatives will include: 1) Smoke-free campus activities; 2) Health and Wellness programming; 3) Sexual Assault prevention and Bystander awareness
Course Management System: blackboard
You must be able to access Blackboard at elearn.concord.edu. You must also be able to create written documents in Microsoft Word compatible format.
Concord University Educational Goal(s)
- An ability to employ appropriate obervational, logical, analytical, computational, creative, and critical thinking skills within and across academic disciplines; and to apply these skill in problem solving.
Specific Learning Outcomes
By the end of the course, the student will:
- Complete 16 direct hours of service learning in wellness initiatives on campus
- Collaborate and demonstrate leadership in a learning service project on campus
Students must participate in 16 hours of direct service learning on campus. This will include participation in smoke free campus initiatives, health and wellness initiatives, and/or sexual assault awareness initiatives.
Students will also take a leadership role in planning and implementation of a project on campus. Projects will be selected and assigned the first two weeks of class.
The course will only meet a few times throughout the semester, since the bulk of the work for the class will be direct service learning hours.
Students will be expected to be connected in the course through blackboard.
Grading Policy and Scale, Make-up Policy, Late Work
Late work is subject to a 20% grade deduction. You must notify the instructor if your work will be late. Acceptance of late work is at the discretion of the instructor.
Final Grade determination:
- 16 service learning hours
- Leadership role on wellness project
Concord University is committed to responding to the needs of students with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please inform your instructor at the beginning of the class semester if you have a disability and are requesting accommodations. It is your responsibility to self-disclose that you are requesting accommodations. The University and instructor will provide you with a reasonable accommodation. You should register with CU’s Disability Services Office, located in the Athens campus Jerry and Jean Beasley Student Center, Bottom Floor, across from the Campus Post Office. The Disability Services Office phone is 304-384-6086 or you can email the Director, Nancy Ellison, at email@example.com for assistance.
Academic dishonesty is morally unacceptable as well as destructive to the learning and teaching atmosphere. Academic dishonesty includes giving or receiving of improper help on examinations or assignments, falsifying documents, and plagiarism (the act of stealing and using, as one's own, the ideas or the expression of the ideas of another). Such dishonesty can lead to a variety of penalties - including but not limited to failure of assignment, failure of course, loss of institutional privileges, or dismissal from the University. (See University Catalog Academic Policies and Procedures.)
Concord University Honor Code
A Concord University Honor Code was approved by students, staff, faculty, administration, and the CU Board of Governors. The Code states:
"As a member of the Concord University Community I will act with honesty and integrity in accordance with our fundamental principles and I will respect myself and others while challenging them to do the same."
The Honor Code is intended to unite the Concord community behind a culture of honesty, integrity, and civility.
Class/Online Attendance Policy
Regular class attendance is part of a student’s academic obligation at Concord. Irregular attendance may affect academic performance adversely and is detrimental to the atmosphere of a class. (See University Catalog Academic Policies and Procedures.)
Emergency Alert System
In an effort to increase safety and security on our campus, Concord University encourages everyone to register for instant text message alerts. Alerts will only be used for security and safety notices. All students, faculty, and staff are eligible to receive text message alerts on their cell phones or email alerts. Please contact the IT Help Desk for further assistance (304-384-5291).
Emergency/courtesy telephones are located at the main entrance of each residence hall and at various other locations on campus. Emergency telephones can be identified by the flashing blue light and will provide the user with a direct link to Public Safety at the press of a button. To report an on-campus emergency, call 304-384-5357 or 911. The Office of Public Safety is located on the bottom floor of the Rahall Technology Center. For further emergency information go to: http://www.concord.edu/student-life/office-public-safety.
Inclement Weather Policy
As a general policy, the University will remain in normal operations during adverse weather conditions. In the event of severe weather conditions, the following may occur:
- University Closure
No students or employees are to report.
- Classes Cancelled
Students do NOT report BUT employees are expected to report to work at their normal time
- Operating on an Inclement Weather Delay
Under this schedule, all 8 a.m. classes will start at 10 a.m. Students and faculty will follow the Inclement Weather Schedule. (See https://www.concord.edu/inclement-weather-schedule for Athens/Beckley Inclement Weather Schedules.)
*Announcements invoking the late schedule or other options referenced above are aired on area radio and television stations and are sent as text and email messages to those enrolled for this service.
In classrooms, online, laboratories, and during any activities that are part of course requirements, students are expected to observe reasonable rules of conduct.
Sexual Harassment & Assault
Federal law, Title IX, and Concord University policy prohibits discrimination, harassment, and violence based on sex and gender (Including sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, and retaliation). If you or someone you know has been harassed or assaulted, you can receive confidential counseling support through the Concord University Counseling Center (304-384-5290). Alleged Violations can be reported non-confidentially to the Concord University Title IX Coordinator at 304-384-6327 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. Reports to Campus Security can be made at (304-384-5357). As an employee at Concord University, I am a mandatory reporter which means I must report any sexual misconduct I am made aware of. This includes verbal or written (such as in an assignment) disclosures of sexual harassment or sexual assault.
Contact the CU Help Desk at extension 5291 from campus or 304-384-5291 off campus. You may also e-mail email@example.com.
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