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Department of Criminal Justice
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest Update: April 7, 2005
FINAL ABSOLUTE DEADLINE is beginning of class, Friday, April 22nd.
Late materials will NOT be accepted.
Learning is messy!
by Yvone Lenard
This local hub site will serve as a forum for messages about:
- Latest UWP Lecture Commentaries
- Previous Week's UWP Lecture Commentaries
- Book Reviews by UWP Students
- Site Additions
- Site Visits and Field Trips
- To submit a message, Prof. Takata at firstname.lastname@example.org
All UWP Classes, Announcements
- April 11th - Fall Registration begins
- Friday, April 22nd, beginning of class -- ABSOLUTE FINAL DEADLINE
- Friday, May 6th - Last Day of Classes
Criminal Justice Association News
Keep in mind:
** the 5Cs: competency, consistency, cooperation, communication, and creativity.
We expect work that will produce a professional and competitive product in a real market. We also expect that even our most creative workers will recognize throughout the semester an effective product presentation depends on good work standards from every member of the team. Team morale and expectations have a great deal to do with enforcing works standards collectively. Time to learn that process.
At work, you aren't given tests. Neither are you here. But you are expected to demonstrate your competency and participation. Each class or volunteer participation with us is a contract job to which you commit for the semester. We not only expect the work to be done, but we also expect you to find effective ways to let us know what you are doing, and consequently, that your final work product will be a good one.
If, for whatever reason, your work is not meeting our production standard, we are sure that you will be in touch with us to either seek employee assistance or advice. One hot clue that you may be slipping is if your name appears no where on blogs, shared readings, on small discussion groups, and if we haven't heard from you.
** Bloom and Krathwohl's Taxonomy of Learning: latent learning, recognition, recall, application, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis.
Grades are interactive and interdependent. You are responsible for telling me what you have accomplished, and verifying it either in class, in person, in an email dialogue, or meeting with me. For an explanation, read and Grades.
Readings for All UWP Classes:
- Join the Yahoo Discussion Group with CSUDH students.
- "Transforming the Dominant Discourse"
- CRMJ Library Resource Page by Geoffrey Morse.
- "Project Suggestions for Shared Reading Sessions"
- Letters of Recommendation Index
- Avoiding Plagiarism
All UWP Classes, site visits and field trips:
Thursday, April 14th at 8:30 a.m. -- Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility. Limited to 25 students. No more students can be added at this time.
Thursday, April 21st at 9 a.m. -- Robert Ellsworth Correctional Center. Limited to 25 students. Only two spaces left. Email me ASAP.
- Number 12: Week of April 3, 2005
- Number 11: Week of March 27, 2005
- Number 10: Week of March 20, 2005
- Number 9: Week of March 13, 2005
- Number 8: Week of March 6, 2005
- Number 7: Week of February 27, 2005
- Number 6: Week of February 20, 2005
- Number 5: Week of February 13, 2005
- Number 4: Week of February 6, 2005
- Number 3: Week of January 30, 2005
- Number 2: Week of January 23, 2005
- Number 1: Week of January 16, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of April 3, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of March 27, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of March 20, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of March 13, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of March 6, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 27, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 20, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 13, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 6, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of January 30, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of January 23, 2005
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of January 16, 2005