You are welcome to navigate through the course
material for each unit in any way you wish, and complete the assignments in any
order you would like. The following is a suggestion for a logical way to
approach each unit:
- Download the lab project instructions for
this unit. You should do this right away so you can anticipate what
you might need to do and get in order to do the lab project
- View the Unit Welcome Video
- View my narrated PowerPoint presentation for
the first topic. You might begin to familiarize yourself with the book
chapter topics while you watch the PowerPoint. You can control the
speed of the PowerPoint yourself and, as you watch, identify the pertinent
parts of each book chapter.Remember as you view course materials to be
taking notes and thinking about how to assemble your compendium review.
- Review the other online course material.
- Go back and review/read the book chapters in
- Begin to assemble your compendium review for
- Repeat Steps 3-6 for second major topic in
- Do the online lab activities for that
- Complete the lab project.
- Now go back and finalize your compendium
notebooks and post them. You could do this as you complete viewing all
the material for each unit and before doing the lab project. However,
the project may give you more ideas for your compendium review.
- Read and analyze the ethical issue.
Write and post your essay.
- Post self and unit evaluation.
- Post peer color group feedback on ethical
issues (in comments section on each peer who has the same blog color as
you). This must be done within one week of the closing date for each
unit of the course
Please address course correspondence and questions
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© Larry Frolich 2007
Your hearts know in silence the
secrets of the days and the nights.
But your ears thirst for the sound
of your heart's knowledge.
You would know in words that which
you have always known in thought.
You would touch with your fingers
the naked body of your dreams.
And it is well you should.
--Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet