Summer Sessions 2022 Course Syllabus
Course: PSYC-2314- Section: 01
Lifespan Growth and Development
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Instructor Information
Instructor Carol Barbay
E-mailbarbacm@lamarpa.edu
Phone(409) 984-6311
Office
Location:Educational I - Room: 110
Hours:By Appointment
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Course Information
Description Life-Span Growth and Development is a study of social, emotional, cognitive and physical factors and influences of a developing human from conception to death.
Prerequisites None
Learning Outcomes 1. Describe the stages of the developing person at different periods of the life span from birth to death.(PSLO 1,2) Measured by course assignments and projects.
2. Discuss the social, political, economic, and cultural forces that affect the development process of the individual.(PSLO 1,2) Measured by course assignments and projects.
3. Identify factors of responsible personal behavior with regard to issues such as sexual activity, substance
abuse, marriage and parenting.(PSLO 1,2) Measured by embedded test questions, course assignments and projects.
4. Explain the biosocial, cognitive and psychological influences throughout the lifespan as an ongoing set of processes, involving both continuity and change.(PSLO 1,2) Measured by course assignments and projects.
5. Describe the different developmental perspectives of the major theories of development (i.e. cognitive,learning, humanistic and psychodynamic).(PSLO 1,2) Measured by course assignments and projects.
6. Identify examples of some of the cultural and ethnic differences that influence development throughout the
lifespan.(PSLO 1,2,5) Measured by embedded test questions, course assignments and projects.
7. Discuss the various causes or reasons for disturbances in the developmental process.(PSLO 1,2) Measured by course assignments and projects.
8. Calculate current course grade accurately, using information provided by instructor relating to individual scores from projects, assignments, quizzes and exams.(PSLO 3) Measured by course project.
9. Improve comprehension of content-area reading material. (PSLO alpha) Measured by pre-test/post-test scores.
Core Objectives * Communication skills: Students will demonstrate effective written, oral and visual communication.

* Critical Thinking Skills: Students will engage in creative and/or innovative thinking, and/or inquiry, analysis, evaluation, synthesis of information, organizing concepts and constructing solutions.

* Empirical and Quantitative Skills: Students will demonstrate applications of scientific and mathematical concepts.

* Social Responsibility: Students will demonstrate intercultural competency and civic knowledge by engaging effectively in local, regional, national and/or global communities.
Program Student Learning Outcomes Associate of Arts
PSLO ALPHA: Reading skills - Demonstrates comprehension of content-area reading material.

PSLO 1: Critical Thinking Skills Uses creative thinking, innovation, inquiry and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information.

PSLO 2: Communication Skills Demonstrates effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and/or visual communication.

PSLO3: Empirical and Quantitative Skills Applies the manipulation and/or analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions.

PSLO 5: Social Responsibility Skills - Expresses intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities.
Textbooks Textbook Purchasing Statement: A student attending Lamar State College Port Arthur is not under any obligation to purchase a textbook from the college-affiliated bookstore. The same textbook may also be available from an independent retailer, including an online retailer.

The required textbook for this course is Essentials of Lifespan Development, 6th Edition by John W. Santrock.
You may also review course lecture notes for required quiz and exam question content.. Course lecture notes are available using a link in the Blackboard view of your course. You must have access to the following Microsoft Office applications to view the course lecture notes: Word and PowerPoint.

If you do not have access to Microsoft Office applications, you can gain access by going to the following webpage:

http://lamarpa.edu/Departments/Information-Technology-Services/Microsoft-Office-Pro-Plus-for-Students




ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: :
Essentials of Lifespan Development, 6E; John W. Santrock; 2020; McGraw-Hill; ISBN FOR TEXTBOOK ALONE: 978-1-260-529-890. To search for this textbook isbn, place this information in the search field of your preferred web browser: isbn 978-1-260-529-890. This option may be the most economical approach to obtaining access to the required textbook in printed or electronic form.

Lecture Topics
Outline
LECTURE TOPICS OUTLINE LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY
READING AND REVIEW GUIDELINES
Week 1 syllabus review; read and review ch 1; introduction to development
Week 1 read and review ch 1 introduction to development; read and review ch 2 biological beginnings;
Week 1 read and review ch 2 biological beginnings; read and review ch 3 physical and cognitive development-infancy;
Week 1 read and review ch 3 physical and cognitive development - infancy;
Week 1 read and review ch 4 socioemotional development - infancy; read and review ch 5 physical and cognitive development-preschool;

MODULE 2
Week 2 read and review ch 5 physical and cognitive development - preschool; read and discuss ch 6 social and emotional development - preschool;
Week 2 read and review ch 6 socioemotional development - preschool; read and review ch 7 physical and cognitive development - elementary school;
Week 2 read and review ch 7 physical and cognitive development - preschool
Week 2 read and review ch 7 physical and cognitive development - elementary school; read and review ch 8 socioemotional development elementary school;

MODULE 3
Week 3 read and review ch 9 physical and cognitive development - adolescence;
Week 3 read and review ch 9 physical and cognitive development - adolescence; read and review ch 10 socioemotional development - adolescence;
Week 3 read and review ch 10 socioemotional development - adolescence; read and review ch 11 physical and cognitive development early adulthood;
Week 3 read and review ch 11 physical and cognitive development early adulthood;
Week 3 Read and review ch 12 socioemotional development - early adulthood; read and review ch 13 physical and cognitive development - middle adulthood;


MODULE 4
Week 4 read and review 13 physical and cognitive development - middle adulthood;
Week 4 read and review ch 13 physical and cognitive development - middle adulthood; read and review ch 14 socioemotional development - middle adulthood;
Week 4 read and review ch 14 socioemotional development - middle adulthood; read and review ch 15 physical and cognitive development - late adulthood;
Week 4 read and review ch 15 physical and cognitive development - late adulthood; read and review ch 16 socioemotional development - late adulthood
Week 5 Read and review ch 16 socioemotional development - late adulthood; read and review ch 17 death, dying and grieving
Major Assignments
Schedule
EXAMPLE DRAFT ASSIGNMENT LIST SUMMER 1 SESSION 5 WEEK SEMESTER

TENTATIVE MAJOR ASSIGNMENTS WITH DUE DATES. - YOU CAN ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS FOR COURSE ACTIVITIES AND ASSIGNMENTS USING THE BLACKBOARD WEBSITE FOR THE COURSE BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE SEMESTER. THESE DUE DATES MAY CHANGE DEPENDING ON WEATHER AND OTHER FACTORS

MODULE 1


WEEK 1-2 BONUS OPTIONAL COURSE PRETEST MON - FRI 6-17
WEEK 1-2 BONUS OPTIONAL START HERE QUIZ MON - FRI 6-17


WEEK 1 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS 1 AND 2 FRI JUN 10
WEEK 1 REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENT 1 TUE JUN 7
WEEK 1 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 1 TUE MON JUN 7

WEEK 1 REQUIRED DRAFT 1 CORE ASSIGNMENT WED JUN 8

WEEK 1 REQUIRED TED TALK ASSIGNMENT 1 THU 9

WEEK 1 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 1 THU JUN 9

WEEK 2 REQUIRED QUIZ 1 /EXAM 1 MON-WED, CHAPTERS 1,2,3,4 JUN 13-15

MODULE 2

WEEK 2 OPTIONAL NO-POINTS PRACTICE GRADE CALCULATION ASSIGNMENT TUE JUN 14
WEEK 2 OPTIONAL NO-POINTS PRACTICE RQA ASSIGNMENT TUE JUN 14
WEEK 2 OPTIONAL NO-POINTS PRACTICE EXAM TUE JUN 14

WEEK 2 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS 3 AND 4 WED JUL 15

WEEK 2 BONUS OPTIONAL COURSE EVALUATION SURVEY 1 MON-FRI JUN 13-24

WEEK 2 BONUS OPTIONAL COURSE TREASURE HUNT QUIZ MON -FRI JUN 13-24

WEEK 2 REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENT 2 THU JUN 16
WEEK 2 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 2 THU JUN 16

WEEK 2 REQUIRED TED TALK ASSIGNMENT 2 FRI JUN 17
WEEK 2 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 2 FRI JUN 17


WEEK 2 REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGY CORE ASSIGNMENT DRAFT 2 FRI JUN 17

WEEK 3 REQUIRED QUIZ 2/EXAM 2 MON-WED, CHAPTERS 5,6,7,8 JUN 20-22

MODULE 3

WEEK 3 BONUS COURSE EVALUATION SURVEY 2 MON-FRI JUN 20-JULY 1
WEEK 3 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 3 TUE JUN 21
WEEK 3 REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENT 3 TUE JUN 21

WEEK 3 REQUIRED TED ASSIGNMENT 3 WED JUN 22
WEEK 3 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 3 WED JUN 22
WEEK 3 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENT 7 THU JUN 23

WEEK 3 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS 5 & 6 FRI JUN 24

WEEK 3 REQUIRED DRAFT 3 CORE ASSIGNMENT FRI JUN 24
WEEK 3 REQUIRED GRADE CALCULATION ASSIGNMENT FRI JUN 24

WEEK 3 REQUIRED QUIZ 3 AND EXAM 3 MON-WED, CHAPTERS 9,10,11,12 JUNE 27-29



MODULE 4

WEEK 4 BONUS OPTIONAL SYLLABUS TREASURE HUNT QUIZ 2 MON-FRI JUN 27-AUG 1
WEEK 4 BONUS OPTIONAL COMBINED AA 567 ASSIGNMENT MON JUN 27

WEEK 4 REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGY CORE ASSIGNMENT FINAL VERSION MON JUN 27

WEEK 4 BONUS OPTIONAL DIRECTIONS ASSIGNMENT TUE JUN 28

WEEK 4 REQUIRED COMBINED SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT 4 WED JUN 29
WEEK 4 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 4 WED JUN 29

WEEK 4 BONUS OPTIONAL ICC SURVEY ASSIGNMENT 1 WED JUN 29
WEEK 4 BONUS OPTIONAL ICC SURVEY ASSIGNMENT 2 WED JUN 29

WEEK 4 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 4 THU JUN 30
WEEK 4 REQUIRED TED ASSIGNMENT 4 THU JUN 30

WEEK 4 BONUS OPTIONAL COMBINED ORIENTATION ASSIGNMENT FRI JUL 1

WEEK 5 REQUIRED SGQ 4/EXAM 4 THU-SUN CHAPTERS 13,14,15,16,17; JUL 7 -10


















Final Exam Date July 7, 2022 - 12:0 AM   Through  July 10, 2022 - 11:59 PM
Grading Scale  90 - 100=A    80 - 89=B    70 - 79=C     60 - 69=D    Below 59 = F
Determination of
Final Grade
Your course letter grade will be based on an approximate percentage of 1000 total possible points as follows:
Letter Grades Point Totals Approximate Percentages
A 900-1000 90%+
B 800-899 80-89%
C 700-799 70-79%
D 600-699 60-69%
F 599 and below 59% and below

REQUIRED EXAMS X 4 = 400 POINTS = 40%
REQUIRED QUIZZES X 4 = 100 POINTS = 10%
REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENTS X 4 = 100 POINTS = 10%
REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENTS X 4 = 50 POINTS = 5%
REQUIRED GRADE CALCULATION ASSIGNMENT X 1 = 20 POINTS = 2%
REQUIRED SOAR READING SKILL TRAINING ASSIGNMENTS X 5 = 50 POINTS = 5%
REQUIRED TED TALK ASSIGNMENTS X 5 = 50 POINTS = 5%
REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGY COMMON ASSIGNMENT POSTER DOCUMENT X 1 = 130 POINTS = 13%
REQUIRED DRAFT PSYCHOLOGY COMMON ASSIGNMENT POSTER DOCUMENT X 3 = 30 POINTS = 3%
REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS X 7 = 70 POINTS = 7%
TOTAL POINTS = 1000 = 100%



HOW TO CALCULATE YOUR GRADE AT ANY TIME DURING THE SEMESTER
1. Add all of the points you have earned as of today's date, excluding any points from practice activities.
2. Request current required total course points from instructor.
3. Divide your total points by the total number of required points as of today's date.
4. For your final semester grade divide your current total by 1000 or use the grade chart on page one of this syllabus.

EXAMPLE DRAFT ASSIGNMENT LIST SUMMER 1 SESSION 5 WEEK SEMESTER

TENTATIVE MAJOR ASSIGNMENTS WITH DUE DATES. - YOU CAN ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS FOR COURSE ACTIVITIES AND ASSIGNMENTS USING THE BLACKBOARD WEBSITE FOR THE COURSE BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE SEMESTER. THESE DUE DATES MAY CHANGE DEPENDING ON WEATHER AND OTHER FACTORS

MODULE 1


WEEK 1-2 OPTIONAL BONUS COURSE PRETEST MON - FRI 6-17 0>>>0
WEEK 1-2 OPTIONAL BONUS START HERE QUIZ MON - FRI 6-17 0>>>0


WEEK 1 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS 1 AND 2 FRI JUN 10 20>>>20
WEEK 1 REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENT 1 TUE JUN 7 10>>>30
WEEK 1 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 1 TUE MON JUN 7 25>>>55

WEEK 1 REQUIRED DRAFT 1 CORE ASSIGNMENT WED JUN 8 10>>>65

WEEK 1 REQUIRED TED TALK ASSIGNMENT 1 THU 9 10>>>75

WEEK 1 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 1 THU JUN 9 10>>>85

WEEK 2 REQUIRED QUIZ 1 /EXAM 1 MON-WED, CHAPTERS 1,2,3,4 JUN 13-15
125>>>210

MODULE 2

WEEK 2 OPTIONAL PRACTICE GRADE CALCULATION ASSIGNMENT TUE JUN 14 0>>>210
WEEK 2 OPTIONAL PRACTICE RQA ASSIGNMENT TUE JUN 14 0>>>210
WEEK 2 OPTIONAL PRACTICE EXAM TUE JUN 14 0>>>210

WEEK 2 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS 3 AND 4 WED JUL 15 20>>>230

WEEK 2 OPTIONAL BONUS COURSE EVALUATION SURVEY MON-FRI JUN 13-17 0>>>230

WEEK 2 OPTIONAL BONUS COURSE TREASURE HUNT QUIZ MON -FRI JUN 13-17 0>>>230

WEEK 2 REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENT 2 THU JUN 16 10>>240
WEEK 2 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 2 THU JUN 16 25>>>265

WEEK 2 REQUIRED TED TALK ASSIGNMENT 2 FRI JUN 17 10>>>275
WEEK 2 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 2 FRI JUN 17 10>>>285


WEEK 2 REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGY CORE ASSIGNMENT DRAFT 2 FRI JUN 17 10>>>295

WEEK 3 REQUIRED QUIZ 2/EXAM 2 MON-WED, CHAPTERS 5,6,7,8 JUN 20-22
125>>>420

MODULE 3

WEEK 3 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 3 TUE JUN 21 25>>>445
WEEK 3 REQUIRED SPECIAL RQA ASSIGNMENT 3 TUE JUN 21 10>>>455

WEEK 3 REQUIRED TED ASSIGNMENT 3 WED JUN 22 10>>>465
WEEK 3 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 3 WED JUN 22 10>>>475


WEEK 3 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENTS 5 & 6 FRI JUN 24 20>>>495

WEEK 3 REQUIRED DRAFT 3 CORE ASSIGNMENT FRI JUN 24 10>>>505


WEEK 3 REQUIRED QUIZ 3 AND EXAM 3 FRI - MON, CHAPTERS 9,10,11,12 JUNE 27-20
125>>>630



MODULE 4

WEEK 4 OPTIONAL BONUS SYLLABUS TREASURE HUNT QUIZ MON-FRI JUN 27-AUG 1 0>>>630
WEEK 4 OPTIONAL BONUS COMBINED AA 567 ASSIGNMENT MON JUN 27 0>>>630

WEEK 4 REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGY CORE ASSIGNMENT FINAL VERSION MON JUN 27 130>>>760

WEEK 4 OPTIONAL BONUS DIRECTIONS TUE JUN 28 0>>>760

WEEK 4 REQUIRED COMBINED SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT 4 WED JUN 29 20>>>780
WEEK 4 REQUIRED REGULAR RQA ASSIGNMENT 4 WED JUN 29 25>>>805

WEEK 4 OPTIONAL BONUS ICC SURVEY ASSIGNMENT 1 WED JUN 29 0>>>805
WEEK 4 OPTIONAL BONUS ICC SURVEY ASSIGNMENT 2 WED JUN 29 0>>>805

WEEK 4 REQUIRED SOAR ASSIGNMENT 4 THU JUN 30 20>>>825
WEEK 4 REQUIRED TED ASSIGNMENT 4 THU JUN 30 20>>>845

WEEK 4 OPTIONAL BONUS COMBINED ORIENTATION FRI JUL 1 0>>>845
WEEK 5 REQUIRED ATTENDANCE ASSIGNMENT 7 TUE JUL 5 10>>>855
WEEK 5 REQUIRED GRADE CALCULATION ASSIGNMENT TUE JUL 5 20>>>875


WEEK 5 REQUIRED SGQ 4/EXAM 4 THU-SUN CHAPTERS 13,14,15,16,17; JUL 7 -10
125>>>1000











Course Policies
Instructor Policies THIS IS A DRAFT DOCUMENT - THE CONTENT MAY BE CHANGED AS NECESSARY DURING THE SEMESTER TO REDUCE UNCERTAINTY AND CONFUSION

1. Welcome to Psyc 2314 Lifespan Psychology! This course will be an 5 week course. Please consider this message your invitation to explore the Start Here section of this course once you have access to the course as well as a welcome to this course. The Start Here section has useful information for assisting you in being more successful in online courses in general and in this course specifically.

2. This course will involve the study of Life-Span Growth and Development. In this course we will explore social, emotional, cognitive and physical factors and influences on developing humans from conception to death.

3. In order to do your best in this course, you will need a basic level of skill in reading English.

4. This course is an IN PERSON course for purposes of lecture and discussion. All written assignments, projects, quizzes, exams and other similar course activities will be completed online. In order to complete this course you will need a reliable computer with a reliable connection to the internet in order to complete most course activities.

5. If you do not have a computer with reliable connection to the internet, you will need to arrange access to these resources. You should have basic computer-related skills as described in Step Five of the Start Here section of the course (Technical Requirements for the Course).

6. Because this course is a partially online course, you will need computer-related skills and a reliable connection to the internet.

7. There will be an orientation session during the first week of the semester, most likely during the first class session. If you cannot attend the orientation session, please get in touch with me if you have questions about the course. During this orientation session, we discuss the syllabus for the course as well as course policies and procedures.

8. The orientation meeting will be held IN PERSON DURING THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS

9. *For further details about assignments, see additional information available by accessing your course in the "My Courses" area of my.lamarpa.edu

10. *I will not discuss your grades over the phone. If you want to discuss your grades, you must come to my office, in person. I will send a grade summary during the semester using email.

11. *For help with logging on to www.lamarpa.edu, my.lamarpa.edu or your course website, or assistance with changing your my.lamarpa.edu password, get in touch with:
Lamar State College - Port Arthur Help Desk
Phone: 409-984-6150 or 1 800 477-5872, ext. 6150

12. *I will not discuss your grades over the phone. I will send a grade summary on request during the semester using email. If you want to discuss your grades in detail, we can meet using my virtual office.
PERSONAL TEACHING WEBSITE: http://www.teachercb.com/play_summer_index
Use the above teaching website for lecture notes links only. Links to syllabus are examples only.

13. GRIEVANCES, COMPLAINTS, AND CONCERNS REGARDING THIS COURSE:
If you have a grievance, complaint, or concern about this course that cannot be resolved through discussion with the instructor, please consult Michelle Davis, Ed.D., GEDS Department Chair ( Office: EDUC 131-133; Email: davisml1@lamarpa.edu; Phone: 409-984-6341)

14. YOU CAN FIND FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIS COURSE BY ACCESSING THE "MY COURSES" AREA AFTER LOGGING IN TO THIS COURSE USING my.lamarpa.edu. AFTER YOU HAVE LOGGED INTO THE COURSE, CHECK THE COURSE MENU LINK FOR ADDITIONAL USEFUL INFORMATION.

15. A GOOD PLACE TO START WOULD BE THE START HERE SECTION OF THE COURSE MENU, ENDING WITH THE START HERE BONUS QUIZ. OTHER GOOD PLACES TO CHECK WOULD BE THE COURSE LECTURE NOTES SECTION AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SECTIONS OF THE COURSE MENU.
ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND BONUS WORK WILL BE GRADED AS SUBMITTED. THERE WILL BE NO RE-SUBMISSIONS OR CORRECTIONS OF COURSE WORK ACCEPTED.

16. REQUIRED: NO LATE WORK ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON.



Attendance Policy Research has shown a strong positive relationship between attendance, participation and college success. I STRONGLY recommend regular participation in this course, both mental and physical. PARTICIPATION WILL HELP YOU SUCCEED IN THIS COURSE!! CAUTION: I WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY DROP YOUR NAME FROM THE CLASS ROLL BECAUSE YOU DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN CLASS ACTIVITIES.

MAKEUP POLICY - THERE WILL BE LIMITED OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE UP MISSED WORK IN THIS COURSE, PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE BLACKBOARD SYSTEM BEING UNAVAILABLE AND AFFECTING ALL STUDENTS.

1. IF THERE IS A TECHNICAL PROBLEM WITH BLACKBOARD WHICH AFFECTS ALL STUDENTS, SUCH AS THE SYSTEM NOT WORKING PROPERLY, THERE MAY BE AN EXTENSION OF THE AVAILABILITY OR DUE DATE FOR EXAMS AND STUDY GUIDE QUIZZES.
2. ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR READING AND UNDERSTANDING THESE GUIDELINES.
3. ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING A RELIABLE CONNECTION TO THE INTERNET FOR COMPLETING WORK IN THIS COURSE.
4. FAILURE TO COMPLETE AND EXAM OR STUDY GUIDE QUIZ BECAUSE OF A FAILED WIRELESS CONNECTION TO THE INTERNET IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE REASON FOR AN EXTENSION OF QUIZ OR EXAM AVAILABILITY.
Academic Honesty Academic honesty is expected from all students, and dishonesty in any form will not be tolerated. Please consult the LSC-PA policies (Section IX, subsection A, in the Faculty Handbook) for consequences of academic dishonesty.
Facility Policies
  1. No food or tobacco products are allowed in the classroom.

  2. Only students enrolled in the course are allowed in the classroom, except by special instructor permission.

  3. Use of electronic devices is prohibited.
Important Information
ADA Considerations The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal anti-discrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact the the Office for Disability Services Coordinator, Room 231, in the Madison Monroe Building. The phone number is (409) 984-6241.
MyLSCPA Be sure to check your campus E-mail and Course Homepage using MyLSCPA campus web portal (My.LamarPA.edu). When you've logged in, click the email icon in the upper right-hand corner to check email, or click on the "My Courses" tab to get to your Course Homepage. Click the link to your course and review the information presented. It is important that you check your email and Course Homepage regularly. You can also access your grades, transcripts, and determine who your academic advisor is by using MyLSCPA.
Other
HB 2504 This syllabus is part of LSC-PA's efforts to comply with Texas House Bill 2504.
Department
General Education and Developmental Studies
Chair:Dr. Michelle Davis
E-mail:davisml1@lamarpa.edu
Phone:(409) 984-6341

If you have a grievance, complaint, or concern about this course that has not been resolved through discussion with the Instructor, please consult the Department Chair.