Students are awarded points for obtaining skills that help advance the practice of respiratory care. Points are awarded for specific classes. More points are awarded when the student completes a NEW area of practice. NEW refers to obtaining education/training that the student had not previously been trained in. Fewer points are awarded for re-certifying in an area of study. Certificates of Completion are used to document course completion. The certificates must be obtained, and therefore dated, AFTER the student enrolled in RESP 4663 at MSU. No certificates can be used when dated BEFORE the student started taking this class. The student should achieve a point total of 3 (see table below) and write a Reflective Report. Once documentation is submitted, the instructor can complete grading for this class. The grade of ‘I’ is assigned until the student requests the instructor to complete grading of the class. This course can be taken twice for credit, however excess points obtained in the first class CANNOT be carried over to the second and topics must vary.
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Certificates of Completion
Each time the student completes a program of study a notarized copy of the certificate of completion must be obtained. These certificates are used to document the students’ attendance in the class.
A word-processed report must be written that explains why the particular certificates that were obtained are important to advancing the practice of respiratory care. The report is to be narrative rather than a list of topics covered. The report needs to have at least three pages of written material, 1-inch margins, double-spaced and no more than a 11-point font. The grade is made on how well the student makes the argument that the material studied advances the practice of respiratory care. The style of this paper is to be energetic and precise: the sentence structure is varied and the words are carefully chosen. How the writer says things is as excellent as what the writer says. There is evidence of careful editing since the essay contains few grammatical and/or mechanical errors.
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