[nabs-l] "In-class" assignment

Gary Wunder garywunder at me.com
Fri Apr 21 12:36:35 UTC 2017

Did you first try to negotiate? Did you offer up an accommodation? Will you
pursue this further with administration? If talking is more helpful than
writing, please ring me.


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Subject: [nabs-l] "In-class" assignment

Good evening, all:


In my "Intro to Applied Psychology" class, we have "in-class" activities for
which we receive points.


We recently turned in a research paper for the course; this paper was in APA
format. As our "in-class" activity tonight, the teacher wanted us to look at
our paper side-by-side with a correct example of an APA paper, so we can
find out what we got wrong on our paper.


I believe this requirement is unrealistic; as such, I walked out.


What would you have done in this situation? Am I correct in thinking that
this requirement is unrealistic?




Cory McMahon

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