Honesty and integrity in all work and communication.
Treat everyone with respect.
Use appropriate language.
Actively participate in class discussions, posts, labs and projects
Arrive in your virtual classroom by 7:15 am daily, be in the classroom before 7:30am
If you will arrive late, have an appointment, or miss a day, notify Ivy Muir immediately
Email (cc: Apprenti) – expect to receive a response from Ivy: IvyM@TLGLearning.com
In your email, explain the reason and time estimate to arrive in class
If the morning of – email and call 425-559-2542
If Ivy does not answer, call the support number at 1-855-460-5880
Attendance is reported to Apprenti.
This is your job! Demonstrate your commitment and reliability.
- Dress appropriately: Business casual
- Dress in layers
Students must meet attendance requirements of 90% or better class attendance. This includes all absences, preapproved or other.
Note: If you miss class there are separate Amazon policies regarding pay. Pay related policies are worked out with your managers.
Plagiarism is the use of someone else’s code without permission or license of the author. Assignments and projects are to be completed by the student. Academic honesty is required for successful program completion.
Violating the terms of a software license in a professional software development setting can result in lawsuits and endanger businesses.
Plagiarism in the classroom will result in an academic review and may be cause for removal from the training program.
Respond to emails and messages within the stated time in email requirement or 24 hours, whichever is sooner
Know when to ask for help
Check in with Instructor daily to make sure you are on track
If you need any additional assistance, please notify Ivy Muir immediately. Ivy will follow up with the TLG team
Expectations for Students – Responsibility for Your Success
The Seven Principles for learning – by Arthur Chickering and Stephen Ehrmann
Stay in contact with the Instructor and other students
Ask questions early and often. Be knowledgeable on how to contact the Instructor and other students.
Develop interchanges and cooperation with other students
Cooperate, collaborate, and work effectively as a team member to enhance your learning and develop a community of learners.
Participate and be active in your learning
Be an active participant in your learning. Use your prior knowledge, skills, and experience to develop your learning.
Expect prompt feedback and provide feedback to the Instructor promptly
Focus on what you know and what you think you know. Review all feedback and use it to enhance your learning.
Spend the appropriate amount of time and effort on tasks
Time alone does not assist in the learning process. Put forth the time and effort required to learn the task at hand.
Expect high expectations and “live-up” to those expectations
Deliver on the course expectations. Be motivated to learn and prepare accordingly to reach the learning outcomes.
Respect diverse talents and ways of learning
Use your talents to benefit your own learning and the learning of others. Recognize others have various talents and learn in a variety of ways. Respect those talents and learning differences.