PHYS 191: Summer 2018
- Instructor: Dr. Rhett Allain
- Office: Pursley Hall 115
- Office Hours: M-Th 7:30-8:45
- Phone: 985-549-2894
- email: email@example.com
- Multiple-choice conceptual questions
- Practice problems
- Question and answer sessions (where you ask the questions)
- 60% weighted on standards
- 40% weighted on the final exam
- Did you read the book?
- Did you watch all the videos I posted?
- Did you work with other students to try and understand the material?
- Did you redo your low scoring assessments?
- Did you procrastinate? Don’t procrastinate or you will have to build a time machine to go back to the beginning of the semester and change the past (which is the future right now). Time travel gets crazy.
- Week 1 Motion in 1D
- Week 2 Forces and Vectors
- Week 3 Momentum Principle
- Week 4 Special Topics in the Momentum Principle
- Week 5 Work-Energy Principle
- Week 6 Special Topics in the Work-Energy Principle
- Week 7 Angular Momentum Principle
- Week 8 Rotational Motion
Disaster Recovery Plan
In the event of a disaster in which we miss class, I will post videos here on this site as well as on moodle.
Required notices:If you are a qualified student with a disability seeking accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you are required to self-identify with the Office of Disability Services, Room 203, Student Union. No accommodations will be granted without documentation from the Office of Disability Services.It is the University policy that the classroom is not a place for children, and that students are not to bring their family members for day care or baby sitting.
It is the University policy that free discussion, inquiry, and expression are encouraged in class. However, classroom behavior that interferes with either (a) the instructor’s ability to conduct the class or (b) the ability of students to benefit from the instruction is not acceptable. Examples may include routinely entering class late or departing early; use of beepers, cellular telephones, or other electronic devices; repeatedly talking in class without being recognized; talking while others are speaking; or arguing in a way that is perceived as “crossing the civility line.” In the event of a situation where a student legitimately needs to carry a beeper/cellular telephone to class, prior notice and approval of the instructor is required. Classroom behavior which is deemed inappropriate and cannot be resolved by the student and the faculty member may be referred to the Office of Judicial Affairs for administrative or disciplinary review as per the Code of Student Conduct which may be found at http://www.selu.edu/StudentAffairs/Handbook/2005/codeofconduct.html.
It is the University policy on e-mail communication that instructors may use only official Southeastern e-mail addresses when initiating or responding to electronic correspondence with students.
Students are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. Behavior that violates these standards is not acceptable. Examples are the use of unauthorized material, communication with fellow students during an examination, attempting to benefit from the work of another student and similar behavior that defeats the intent of an examination or other class work. Cheating on examinations, plagiarism, improper acknowledgment of sources in essays and the use of a single essay or paper in more than one course without permission are considered very serious offenses and shall be grounds for disciplinary action as outlined in the current General Catalogue.