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Send the Right Message with Your Syllabus

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Send the Right Message with Your Syllabus

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Instructors spend a considerable amount of time planning the topics, content, and activities in their courses, but comparatively little time thinking about the syllabus. The syllabus often is treated as an afterthought at the end of course development and is used to summarize basic information about the course. Typically, the format remains the same from year to year.

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