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phone number

777-3476

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office hours

MW: 1:00-3:00
F: 8:00-10:00
by appointment

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lab times

T 3:00-4:50
Th: 9:00-10:50
Th: 11:45-1:35
Th: 3:00-4:50
T: 11:45-1:35

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office location

SCI 205

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course objectives

intellectual depth
critical thinking
effective communication
life in community
faith and virtues

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exams and quizzes composition

multiple quizzes
2 mid-term exams (combined lecture and lab content)
final exam

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what will happen at lab every week

lab quiz
lab report

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abstract format

two-page typed and specifically formatted

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extra credit

awesome points
10 awesome points = 1%
up to 3%

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grading scale

no A+ grades
A >94
A- 93-90
B+ 89-87
B 86-84
B- 83-80
grades will be rounded using blackboard

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general student expectations

show up on time
spell and write with clarity
participate in everything

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absences and tardiness

no make-up coursework or late assignments
responsible for all missed coursework
coursework missed due to tardiness cannot be made up unless previously arranged

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Lab reports and assignments

turn in all assignments on time and stapled
all lab reports and assignments must be typed and graphs computer generated
answer all parts of questions
never copy and paste answers
can work with others but no plagiarism
I am responsible for making and maintaining personal electronic copies

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Bb and email

check both regularly

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mobile devices

all phones silenced and stowed away
laptops and tablets allowed in lecture and lab, but only for class related activities
violations of these rules will result in confiscation of the phone

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statement on academic dishonesty

he takes Whitworth's policy very serious
he refers to the Whitworth Course Catalog and current Student Handbook

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test dates

10/20
12/1
12/10 (Wed) 1:00-3:00

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abstract important dates

9/22 - abstract articles and issue
10/6 - abstract overview
10/20 - abstract considerations and tasks
11/10 - final abstract

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labs

lab 2 (9/11): neuromuscular recruitment and factors that affect force production
lab 3: anaerobic energy production
lab 4 Part 1: aerobic energy production
lab 4 Part 2: lactate threshold
NO LAB 10/6 - 10/10
lab 5 - cardiovascular & respiratory responses

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labs cont.

lab 6 - acute responses prop (10/27 - 10/31)
lab 6 - acute responses project - data collection (11/3 - 11/7)
lab 6 - acute responses - presentations (11/10 - 11/14)
lab 7 - environmental physiology

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poster presentations

12/3 and 12/5

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intellectual depth

explain the major physiological systems/processes and their contributions to exercise
explain the interdependent relationships of physiological systems and processes during exercise
apply class content to practical situations faced by health science professionals

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critical thinking

pose possible human performance effects when given information concerning the conditions of various physiological systems
defend positions concerning various practices within the field of exercise science using theoretical and empirical evidence
assess the contributive value of various research literature for use in the literature review process

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effective communication

write in a manner that presents information in a clear, concise, and logical order
write in a manner that the audience will understand material that is unfamiliar

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life in community

more effective work with a group of individuals in different learning situations
develop cooperative relationships that foster valuable contributions with a group

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faith & virtues

evaluate the plausibility of human physiology as a result of deliberate design and/or an evolutionary process
endeavor to pursue knowledge with zeal, open mindedness, and integrity
develop intellectual, character, and Christian virtues in the pursuit of knowledge
assist others as they have need in their pursuit of knowledge and development of virtue