PHYS 102 :: Physics Illinois :: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
SUCCESS Seminar Slides Available!
The slides on study skills are available from Dr. Schulte's LAS SUCCESS Talk 1.
Please download and print the self-reflection booklet so you can work the exercises in the talk. Hopefully working these exercies will help you plan a successful study approach.
Monday, 30 January 2017
2:00 PM to 2:50 PM
1057 Lincholn Hall
Dr. Elaine Schulte, Introductory Course Manager, Department of Physics together with the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences will present a workshop focused on study techniques to help you prepare for your upcoming physics examintions!
This presentation will introduce you to ideas and best practices to help you prepare for your upcoming physics exam. Topics covered will include:
- Why do we study physics?
- How do we manage our time for studying physics?
- What tools are available during our exam?
- How do we analyze an exam question?
- How do we assess our mastery of the material?
Please come! All are welcome!
You will need to get flipitPhysics access and do the first prelecture and bridge set before you go to the first lecture.
- Go to http://flipitphysics.com.
- Click on the Register button, and create an account using your "NetID@illinois.edu" email address
- Complete your profile, then click on the Enrollments Tab
- Click on the [Join a Course] link and enter UIP102SP17
- Enter your NetID (e.g. whatever is in front of "@illinois.edu" in your email address) and click "Enroll Course"
Students must be on time and prepared for lecture.
- No credit will be granted to students attending without their i>clicker.
- Your i>clicker must be working to receive participation credit.
- You must bring your i>clicker and note-taking supplies to every lecture, including the first.
- Please register your i>clicker in the student gradebook.
- Be sure to refer to the i>clicker information page for more information.
Students must be on time and prepared for lab.
- No credit will be granted to students arriving more than 10 minutes late for lab.
- You must have your lab manual with you for each lab section (including the first section).
Students must be on time and prepared for discussion.
- Students arriving more than 10 minutes late for discussion will receive a grade of 0% on their quiz.
- You must have your discussion manual with you for each discussion section (including the first section).
- Please submit your excused absence no later than 12 business days from your absence via the Excused Absences application.
- For more information regarding this course's excuses policy, please refer to the Attendance Policy page.
- All activities in this course, including documentation submitted for petition for an excused absence, are subject to the Academic Integrity rules as described in Article 1, Part 4, Academic Integrity, of the Student Code.