Homework Practice: Marketing Education
Marketing education classes place an emphasis on class group projects and cooperative team efforts - simulating the workplace. This method helps students to develop human relations skills, leadership and teamwork skills, communication, and critical thinking skills.
Homework is typically not assigned in the marketing education courses, however, on occasion case studies, field interviews, and limited research may be assigned for out-of-class assignments. It is expected that students will have good attendance and work cooperatively with their groups to complete projects in class to receive a satisfactory grade.
Students with excessive absences may be assigned alternative assignments to complete outside of class.
Understanding Phoenix Grading Codes
· The student was either absent the day of the class assignment or did not complete and turn in the assignment.
· This assignment may still be turned in for full credit in accordance to the class grading policy and practice.
· When a Z is recorded in the Phoenix gradebook, it averages as a ZERO until the assignment is completed, turned-in, and graded.
· If the assignment is not completed and turned in accordance with the class policy, the grade will become a Zero (0) and is not eligible for make-up.
Turned-In: The assignment was turned in but has not yet been graded
Exempt: The student is exempt and does not need to complete the assignment.
Zero: The student was present for the assignment but failed to attempt or turn in the assignment.