NOTE: The State of California accreditation standard requires that 1 unit of Academic Credit represents a minimum of 48 total hours of student work. For a 4 unit class meeting 16 weeks, that represents 12 hours a week. Be prepared to devote that much time if you take one of my classes. More info can be found (see page 10) by clicking this link.
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CLICK if you are considering taking an online class from Julie Harland.
To enroll in one of my classes, you need to meet the prerequisite and not have already taken the class 3 times already. I cannot override either of those requirements. See bottom of page for more info. To enroll, log on to SURF and add my class. If the class is full, add yourself to the SURF wait-list. If you have any problems adding yourself to one of my open classes or to a wait-list, contact Admissions and Records or the Help Desk for assistance. Issuing you a permission number will not allow you to enroll if SURF is already not allowing you to enroll in the class or to get on the wait list. Click here for a SURF tutorial regarding wait-lists. If I do issue permission codes, it will be in the order of the wait-list. If I issue you a permission number in person or via email, enroll on SURF and pay for the class within 24 hours, or it will expire so I can give a permission number to the next person on the wait list. Click Here for Wait list procedures
If you are on the wait-list, it is very important that you check the email address in SURF daily and also check to see if I emailed you a permission number or other instructions.
I do NOT use Blackboard for my classes. Enrolled students in online classes are required to enroll in the free open source software called MyOpenMath and submit work online the first day of class, and actively spend at least 4 hours in the online materials each week submitting homework, or may be dropped. Students taking my class on campus must attend each class the first 2 weeks, and must follow my attendance policy, or may be dropped. Prior to the first official day of class, info to enrolled online students will be posted here and also emailed using the email in SURF. Make sure your email is correct in SURF. Click Here to learn how to Update Info/Email/Phone number in SURF.
Students in all of my classes need regular, reliable access to computer/internet to watch videos, print materials, and use a free online site called MyOpenMath (MOM) to submit homework. Students need to print out HW packets or complete video notebooks, and deliver any written HW to me as directed. The majority of the grade is based on proctored tests, which must be taken on campus. Students need to learn and master the material and demonstrate that by doing well on proctored test to pass the class. Doing well on HW is not the same as mastering or learning the material/concepts. Click Here if you need to take a test out of the county, or need to email written work to me.
Most of my classes use open educational software, so students do not need to purchase a regular book or online access codes. There may be packets written by me you must purchase or print and these may be required for you to submit as written homework.
Click here for information about the open software: You can create an account and try it out before class begins.
NOTE: Permission numbers do not override prerequisites, holds, debts, class conflicts, repeats, add deadlines or any other enrollment restrictions. Prerequisite info: A student unable to enroll in an open class in SURF should contact Admissions and Records or a counselor or the Student Help Desk.
I assign permission numbers to students on the wait list if space becomes available in the class at the start of the semester. DO NOT CALL OR EMAIL ME TO OBTAIN A PERMISSION NUMBER unless it's past the deadline to get on the wait list. Get on the wait list immediately if a class is full, and check email daily before class begins. If you are on the wait list and I issue you a permission number, I will email you specific instructions. If I issue a permission number, add the class on SURF within 24 hours or it may expire. Click here for Directions for enrolling with a permission number
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If you are taking Elementary Algebra and need to brush up on Prealgebra, go to https://sites.google.com/site/harlandclub/Home/math/prealgebra
If you are taking Intermediate Algebra and need to brush up on Elementary Algebra, go to this site https://sites.google.com/site/harlandclub/Home/math/martingay. Elementary Algebra covers everything through Chapter 7.
If you are unable to enroll in a math class this semester, please enroll as early as possible the next semester. Math classes (especially online ones) are popular and fill quickly.
More info about Enrollment Policies and Procedures can be found at: http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/Admissions/enrollmentinfo.html
To determine if my course will count as a high school course, contact Admissions or a Counselor at MiraCosta AND at the high school.
The maximum number of enrollments, including withdrawals (W’s), for regular courses will be limited to THREE. Please plan carefully.
Math courses cannot generally be repeated once the student receives a grade equivalent to a “C” or better. Students who receive a grade of D, F, NP or W, may repeat up to two times (a total of three enrollments). In the case of D, F, and NP grades, if a subsequent grade (other than W or MW or I) is received, the first grade will be bracketed and does not count in the grade point average. A student may have a substandard grade bracketed in this manner up to two times.
Students who have not successfully completed a course in the above scenarios, may petition for an additional repetition. The student must provide documentation to prove that there were extenuating circumstances beyond their control which resulted in the unsuccessful completion of the class in question. Students may also petition for an additional repetition (even after successful completion) if the course has a recency requirement and that there has been a significant lapse of time since the previous enrollment. The student must submit the petition to the Committee on Exceptions (documentation is required) and allow ample time for review prior to enrollment. Only one petition per course for extenuating circumstances OR significant lapse of time may be approved.