Introduce yourself to the class. Tell us about yourself—you may want to share where you work or plan to work after completing your program, your family, and any hobbies or special interests. Also tell us about the last Math class that you took and why you are taking this particular course. Did you identify with any of the people in the slide show? What do you hope to gain from obtaining your degree? How will your attitude affect your success in this class?

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Step 1: BEFORE YOU BEGIN: 

Be sure to follow the directions and do the APUS Honor Pledge. I cannot enter Discussion grades until the pledge is signed, so get that out of the way FIRST!

Step 2: Meet your math class!

Get to know your math class. Click on the picture below. It’s just a slide show.

Note: There is no accompanying audio in this slideshow. (Transcript)

W1: Introductions

Contains unread posts

Step 1: BEFORE YOU BEGIN: 

Be sure to follow the directions and do the APUS Honor Pledge. I cannot enter Discussion grades until the pledge is signed, so get that out of the way FIRST!

Step 2: Meet your math class!

Get to know your math class. Click on the picture below. It’s just a slide show.

Note: There is no accompanying audio in this slideshow. (Transcript)

Slideshow

Step 3: Select Start a New (Thread) Conversation and make the subject of your post your name.

Introduce yourself to the class. Tell us about yourself—you may want to share where you work or plan to work after completing your program, your family, and any hobbies or special interests. Also tell us about the last Math class that you took and why you are taking this particular course. Did you identify with any of the people in the slide show? What do you hope to gain from obtaining your degree? How will your attitude affect your success in this class?

Please sign ALL your Discussion posts with the name that you like to be called – it makes it so much easier for the rest of us to address you by your preferred name when we respond.

It’s always fun when people add pictures to their Discussions. This is not required but, if you’d like to, feel free to add one.

Instructions: Your introductory initial post should be at least 250 words. You must also respond to at least 2 other students. Responses should be a substantive and may include direct questions. This discussion submission serves as your official entry into the course. This Introduction Discussion must be submitted the first week of the course, by 11:59 p.m., ET, on Sunday at the latest to maintain your registration in the class. Students who do not post to this discussion by 11:59 p.m., ET, Sunday will be automatically dropped from the course.

Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:59 p.m., ET
Responses Due: Sunday, by 11:59 p.m., ET

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