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IOA Student Training
Transcript of IOA Student Training
Student Handbook as you will
be responsible for the content
and procedures. The link is provided
for you below. You will need to pass a
quiz on the content before you can begin
your online class. After you've read through
the handbook, please progress through the
rest of this presentation for highlights. your time your your pace place www.indianaonlineacademy.org Numbers to Remember The temptation to cheat while taking a distance education class may be especially great; after all, a teacher isn't there to watch you while you complete your work. Be fair to yourself and other students by avoiding the temptation and doing your own work. We fully expect you to complete all class work honestly. Honesty is the IOA policy! Cheating involves submitting work in a written assignment or exam that is not your own. Cheating includes:
•Copying someone else's work.
•Allowing someone else to copy your work.
•Having someone else complete your work for you.
•Using unauthorized material to help you complete your work.
If a class instructor detects cheating on a written assignment or exam, the instructor may recommend, depending on the severity of the cheating, that you receive:
•A reduced grade for the written assignment or exam.
•No credit for the written assignment or exam.
•A reduced grade for the entire class.
•A failing grade for the entire class (forfeiting all class fees).
Plagiarism is a type of cheating in that you are stealing someone else's work and present it as your own. If you use the ideas, words, or statements of another person or source to support your ideas, you must always give credit to the person or source. If an instructor detects plagiarism in a written assignment or exam, the instructor may recommend, depending on the severity of the plagiarism that you receive:
•a reduced grade for the written assignment or exam.
•no credit for the written assignment or exam.
•a reduced grade for the entire class.
•a failing grade for the entire class (forfeiting all class fees). •Should a student choose to withdraw from a class within the first 15 days, there will be no penalty as long as he/she has contacted the instructor. A “W” withdraw will be reported to the student’s high school as the grade.
•Should a student choose to drop a class after the 15 day withdrawal period, no refund will be issued. A failing grade will be reported to the student’s high school.
•IOA students must complete the IOA Training Lesson and at least 12% during the school year and 20% during the summer session of the class assignments within first 15 days of enrollment. Students who do not meet this requirement within the first 15 days will be automatically withdrawn from the class, and a Withdraw will be reported to their school of enrollment.
•Students must have at least 40% of the class assignments completed by the midpoint of the class (7 weeks during fall/spring - 3 weeks during summer). Students who do not meet this requirement will be placed on Academic Probation and reported to the school as well as the parent /guardian.
•Students are given 16 weeks (7 weeks during Summer) to complete the class. Students that do not make progress toward completion during this period will fail the class. The percentage you need to have completed
by the class midpoint. Remember to read through all
parts of the student handbook
since you will have to score a
100% on a test over the material before you can start your class. Students must take all final exams in person on a designated date in a proctored environment. Typically, the exams are proctored at the public home school of enrollment or at another specified testing location..
Final Exam FAQ
•All required assignments, quizzes, tests, etc. must be completed before taking the final exam.
•IOA students must pass the final exam in order to receive credit for the course, regardless of the students' coursework grade.
•IOA students must complete a "Student Evaluation" prior to taking their final exam. Upon completion of this evaluation, the final exam will be automatically "unlocked."
•Final exams must be completed during the allotted time frame. Students who attempt to continue working on the final exam after that time has ended will be penalized.
•During the final exam, IOA students are permitted to use tools such as calculators, pencil and paper, notes and/or a textbook if they are specified by the course instructor. Students who attempt to use such tools during the final exam without specific permission for the instructor will be penalized.
•The final exam may NOT be printed out. Students must complete the exam on the computer during the allotted time frame. Is Online Learning for me? Online learning is a great fit for many students, but it's not right for everyone. Please read through the list below to determine if IOA is right for you:
The student must have an active e-mail address, daily Internet access and
possess computer skills to include working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint programs. It is strongly recommended to have high speed cable or DSL internet access.
•The student must be self-motivated and self-disciplined.
•The student must be able to make a personal commitment to the class.
•The student must be an independent learner.
•The student must have good time management skills.
IOA recommends that a student participate in only one class per session unless the student is home bound or using the program for alternative education. Cheating and Plagiarism Withdraw Final Exam http://indianaonlineacademy.org/ioaguidelines.aspx Now that you've read through the Student
Handbook, we would like to highlight a few
very important points! 40% 15 12% 7 The number of days you have to withdraw
from the class with no penalty. The percentage you need to have completed
within the first 15 days of class during the school year. Weeks you have to complete
your class in the summer! Code of Conduct You, your instructor and the other members of your online class are all expected to conduct yourselves with the same level of respect, professionalism and courtesy as you would in a classroom environment. Any and all communication that is conducted via the phone, e-mail, discussion board or chat room must be done in an appropriate manner and tone. Weeks you have to complete your online
class in the fall and spring semesters. Now you can go back and
take the Student Training
Test if you have reviewed
the Student Handbook. 20% The percentage you need to have completed within the first 15 days of class during the summer school session.