of Education 1300 is to close the achievement gap by preparing all
students for college readiness and success in a global society.
EDUC 1300: Mastering Academic Excellence
an institutionally designated course that all EPCC students must
complete as part of their core requirements for the Associates Degree.
is a three-hour course that can be completed in one semester. EDUC 1300
is not a program in the traditional sense; rather, it is a college
skills course that encompasses a wide spectrum of topics and concepts
that enhance student academic and social success in college.
course is designed to prepare students to manage their professional
life from a variety of different perspectives: managing change,
critical thinking, time management, goal-setting, conflict resolution,
embracing diversity, holistic health, and professional preparation are
some of the topics and concepts covered in this course that may be
utilized in the workplace.
Since EDUC 1300 is an institutionally
designated course, every student has the opportunity to apply its
skills and concepts to further their employment potential in any career
field they so choose.
9:00-9:56am Monday, Wednesday, Friday
1. Follow All District
and School Policies & Procedures.
2. Arrive to class on
respect with teachers, other students, substitutes, and visitors. Also respect for school facilities and
Be courteous and listen when others are speaking. It is unacceptable to talk when the teacher
or others are speaking.
5. Honesty is ALWAYS
the best policy!
is dishonest, dishonorable, and will not be tolerated. All parties caught doing so will receive a
failing grade for the assignment or test.
6. Makeup work is your
you fail to meet the due date for makeup work please refer to the grading
policy for late/incomplete work in your student handbook.
Refrain from being disruptive in class.
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