What is the Syllabus of Practice?

The Syllabus of Practice is not a master syllabus or template. Rather, it is a working document that outlines the common elements and practices employed in the course (e.g., learning objectives, pedagogical strategies, and the common textbook for the course) and identifies sections where individual instructors would fill in their own individualized material (e.g., points assigned for different parts of the course, in-class courtesy policies, special topics). The Syllabus of Practice also contains annotations that would not be present in the copy given to students, but that explain major pedagogical points, rationale behind specific design choices, and anything else that would be of use to a fellow instructor seeking to deliver this high-quality class that meets FYLI criteria.

CIS 120 Intro to Computer Info Systems

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HS 200 Healthy Lifestyles

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