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The Indigenous

Integrated Seminar 101 Section 3

Pilgrimage Edicts

1.  Know the seminar landscape and destination, and the means of traveling to our summit:

Pilgrimage Landscape (the larger context):

A.  A Broad, Liberal General Education - What is an educated person?

B. ISEM 101 and General Education

Pilgrimage Destination (seminar learning goals): 

A. Learning Outcomes

Pilgrimage Means (seminar learning activities):

A. Assessing the Growth of the Neophytes     (three exams - 45%)

B. Class Pilgrimages   (class discussion and reflective writes - 15%)

C. Family Quest    (group participatory paper - 40%)

D. Common Read Passage (individual response essay - 10 extra credit points)

E. Grading Rubric   (assessing our progress)

F. Resources  (help is on the way)

2.  Give it your "best effort"

3.  Only honestly will get you to your destination; Shortcuts will only get you de-railed:

4.  Pursue an academic, rather than a theological quest:

5.  Respect your fellow pilgrims

 6.  Study Skills and Resources

Remember, you should spend, on average, at least 3 hours of study time (textbook reading, reviewing class notes, etc.) for each hour you spend in class.  There is additional time devoted to researching and writing papers, and to developing projects.  Plan accordingly.  If you need help with note-taking, strategies for studying, writing, time-management, or tutoring assistance, please to not hesitate calling your professor.

7.  University Disability Support Services

Reasonable accommodations are available for students who have documented temporary or permanent disabilities.  All accommodations must be approved through Disability Support Services located in the Idaho Commons Building, Room 306.Please meet with either Gloria or Angela at the beginning of each semester to set up accommodations for the semester so that you may notify your instructor(s) early in the semester regarding accommodation(s) needed for the course.


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