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Exploring What the Syllabus Communicates


Exploring What the Syllabus Communicates

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The syllabus is often described as a road map to the course. But along with laying out the direction and details of the course, it also conveys messages about what the course will be like. These messages are not communicated explicitly but are more a function of the language and tone of the syllabus. A group of psychology faculty agreed, but they also wondered if the theoretical framework of the syllabus might influence students' perceptions of the course and its instructor.

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