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11 Times Reading a Note Aloud in Class Backfired on the Teacher

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It might have seemed like a good idea at first — punishing students by humiliating them in front of their peers — but for some teachers, that plan quickly backfired.

Especially when it comes to make teens read the notes they were caught passing in class out loud in front of everyone. Educators (and students) from across America shared their most cringeworthy stories on reddit and reminded everyone that sometimes it’s just easier to throw the note away and pass out a detention slip.

1. Honesty is the best policy.

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“Not really a note, but when I was teaching college classes, I caught two of the girls whispering, so I told them ‘If you’re going to tell secrets, you need to share with the rest of the class.’ (I taught preschool before this). She looked right at me, and said, without the slightest embarrassment, ‘I was just telling her that I think you have a cute butt.’

I was teaching a Communications class, and we were discussing communications in the workplace, and I looked down at the textbook. After seeing what the next section was, I said “Ok, moving on to the next section, titled ‘Sexual Harassment.'” Everyone roared with laughter.

A couple weeks later, at a baseball game paid for by the school, she came on to me really hard, with my fiancée right there.”

—@randomned

2. Ruined surprise.

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“My then-fiancée was a high school math teacher.

One day she thought she saw a note being passed, but she wasn’t sure, so she waited. Then she thought she saw it again. Finally she saw it, walked over, and took it.

It was a wedding card, signed by half of the class before she took it.

She cried.”

—@hymie0

3. Gross.

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“Not a teacher. Someone in my class had a cold and wiped their snot into a scrap piece of paper, as they didn’t have a tissue. They then scrunched it up and left it on the side of their desk. Teacher saw this, thought it was a note and grabbed the paper, going through the usual fanfare of ‘the importance not passing notes around.’ The look on her face when she opened it was priceless.”

—@casual_greg

4. Always read the note first.

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“In 3rd grade (~1996) my class was performing a play. I had a total of two lines of dialog but I really wanted to get it right so I copied my lines from the text book, folded it up, and stuck it in my pocket. The teacher only saw the last bit if this but assumed I was sticking a note in my pocket and told me to get up I front of the class and read it out loud. I recited my lines verbatim and handed the note to the teacher. Without reading it she assumed I was being a smarta– and sent me the the principal’s office where I received recess detention and a call to my parents. Not sure why I never asked anyone to read the note, but I didn’t.

The next day when I arrived at school my teacher pulled me aside and told me that she had read the ‘note,’ realized what it was and apologized profusely. She took me down to the office to call my parents and let me go out for two periods of recess. Props Mrs. W for the life lesson about humility and doing the right thing, I still remember.”

—@UseCase49

5. You shall not pass.

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“I’m the student in the story, not the teacher (yeah, I know but my current students all text or message on their laptops rather than passing physical notes).

In 7th grade science class my friend and I passed notes to each other through the guys sitting between us. Our teacher caught one of the boys with the note but knew it wasn’t him because it had enough doodles of hearts/flowers on it. She opened it up to read to the class to catch whoever did write it.

However… the note was written completely in Tolkien’s elvish alphabet and she couldn’t read a word. Most of the class knew that it had to be me and my friend cause were the only LOTR nerds in the class obsessed enough to teach ourselves the elvish alphabet, but thankfully no one ratted us out.

We were hoping that writing notes in elvish would keep the boys from reading about my friend’s massive crush on one of them, but it ended up also saving us from getting in trouble.”

—@archaeob

6. Leave the parodies to Weird Al.

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“Probably late, but in 8th grade the teacher took the note and made me read it. I didn’t even think to make something up. So I blurted out what was on it. ‘We Beat the Meats: The Story of Three Male Prostitutes Who Made it the Hard Way’ parody of ‘we beat the streets.’ Thought I was so clever.”

—@wooden-mEaT

7. Paper planes.

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“I am not a teacher, but I have a story which was kind of the opposite.

When I was in college I was in a large math lecture hall two times a week, and me and my friends took to making paper planes and throwing them down from the back of the theater.

We did it often and I am sure we thought we were hilarious.

Somehow nobody said a word except for the occasional snicker and it went on like that, on and off for the semester.

Then, on the last day I remember writing ‘happy Christmas Dr Jones!’ on a plane and throwing it down, seeing it land in front of the lecturer. He blew a fuse, and started shouting about how this had been going on all semester and he thought it was a disgrace. Then he picked up the plane and read the message, got very embarrassed and meekly said ‘thank you.’

I still cringe to think of my childish actions, but it did give me that moment of connection with the lecturer (before failing his class).”

—@GoodAndBluts

8. That time of the month.

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“In high school a girl in class passed a note to another girl, asking if she had a pad or tampon. Teacher completely blew up, started yelling at them, and asked them to read it out loud. They did, and the teacher, who was an older man, immediately calmed down and let it go. I think he was more embarrassed than the girls.”

—@bllaaushpibu

9. Surprise!

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“Not a teacher but junior year in high school I got caught passing a note to my friend. The teacher took the note and looked at it, as if she was going to read it out loud. She decided to make me stay after class and talk to her. The note told my friend that I was pregnant…

Thankfully she didn’t tell my parents, she left it up to me. I told them, mom was actually kind of excited, step-dad always hated me so he wasn’t pleased. I had the baby, he’s now 14 and goes to the same high school I went to. He is an amazing kid.”

—@god_damn_b—h

10. Accidentally outing someone…

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“I have a great one. Not me but my mom has been a teacher for 35+ years. She’s retiring next year at 61…

Best note accidentally outed two female students. It said something about… ‘that kiss in the bathroom was a spiritual awakening’ or something way too corny and deep… teenagers… teenage girls.

My mom knows I’m bi so she told this story in the context of how she accidentally outed someone. Super painful and cringy. The teen was crying and shaking reading it.

She screened notes afterwards. Now, according to her, there are less notes passed probably due to social media, texting, etc. But what a blow.”

—@thehotmegan

11. Some parting words of advice.

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“I’m a teacher. Most teachers would never do this. You’re just asking for trouble, and best case scenario you embarrass your student and ruin your relationship with them. When I have taken up notes (which doesn’t happen anymore now that they all have cell phones) I just leave them folded and throw them away in my desk. I tell them I have no business or desire to read their personal notes but that I don’t appreciate them being a distraction in my classroom. Always had pretty good results with that.”

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PHD. IN PHILOSOPHY

1. GENERAL INFORMATION:
Name: Doctor of Philosophy
Organized by: American Pontifical Catholic University
Modality: Blended / Virtual
Duration: 6 academic semesters
Degree: Doctor in Philosophy with emphasis in Christian Values

Addressed to:
Graduates of Basic Education.
Registration requirements:
– Fill registration form and affidavit of veracity of documents
– Photocopy of master’s degree.
– Simple photocopy of the National Identity Document or passport
– Payment of registration fee

2. PRESENTATION:
APCU trains highly trained professionals in philosophical knowledge, in their methods and categories, which allows them a reflective analysis on other fields of reality and knowledge.

The postulant to the race must show interest for the great human problems, interest for the rational thought and its orienting function of the life, analytical capacity and of synthesis, and vocation for the argumentative dialogue.

3. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:
The studies leading to the Doctorate, in addition to the above, are intended to train and prepare their students so that, upon graduation, they perform as:

– Researchers who can make a substantive contribution to the philosophical discipline.
– Academics with a high degree of specialized information, critical spirit and creativity for research, who are in a position to contribute to academic discussions in a manner relevant to culture and society.
– Religious and professionals with ethics and understanding of religious values

4. TEACHERS
The faculty is made up of professionals with extensive experience in topics related to Philosophy, Gnoseology, Epistemology, Ethics, and related topics with the support of the University.

5. METHODOLOGY:
– Introductory readings: before the start of each module or area of ​​knowledge students will have to complete an introductory / propedeutic phase of individual work that will consist of reading recommended works.
– Tutorial: the professors of each module will take charge of the tutoring that will be carried out in a virtual way using the virtual platform.
– Evaluation: each module will end with the evaluation of the competences acquired by the students. For the evaluation, different methodologies may be used, according to the needs of each module.
– Tutoring: the practices of each student will be tutorized by a teacher in person or virtual

6. MODALITY:
Blended
Application methodology, is based on solid conceptual frameworks for students to confront situations similar to their real world, through interaction, debate, case resolution and other techniques that aim to transform what is learned into a useful tool for professional practice .

With face-to-face sessions (seminars, conferences and / or workshops) are combined with the use of the virtual learning platform that allows to share digital information (material, presentations of teachers, links, etc.) and download it, as well as a tool for the sending of papers and the dissemination of notes.

Each module will have a face-to-face session that will have the seminar-workshop format, with a duration of 5 hours.

7. EVALUATION:

– Group work all modules 25%
– Exam by module 30%
– Thematic essays 15%
– Development of a philosophical journey 25%
TOTAL 100%

– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is centesimal and the minimum passing grade is 70.

8. CERTIFICATION:
At the end of the academic year and whenever the student does not owe or has not approved any subject, they may request their respective certificates of studies.
The studies of the Program lead to the obtaining of the academic degree of DOCTOR.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University and the Faculty in its Regulations.

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Master’s Degree in Media Communication

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Media Communication
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN MEDIA COMMUNICATION.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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Master’s Degree in Administration

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Administration
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN ADMINISTRATION.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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Master’s Degree in Theology

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Theology
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN THEOLOGY.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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Master’s Degree in Fine Arts

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Fine Arts
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN FINE ARTS.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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Master’s Degree in Music

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Music
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN MUSIC.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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Master’s Degree in Education

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Education
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN EDUCATION.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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Master’s Degree in Social Work

GENERAL POSTGRADUATE DATA
Name: Master’s Degree in Social Work
Postgraduate Venue: Graduate School of American Pontifical Catholic University
Address: St. Petersburg Office: 111 Second Advance N.E. Suite 900 St. Petersburg, Florida 33701- United States
E-mail: www.apcu.university
Duration: 12 months (3 academic semesters)
Modality: On-line (virtual classroom)

Admission requirements:
1. Fill out registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/p3r3SHBHsKZr97Fj2
2. Copy of the National Identity Document or Passport
3. Receipt of payment or money order at the Bank of America of the Pontifical Catholic University
4. Leaf of Life
5. Take the Admission exam

Ideal income profile
Those who have a bachelor’s degree (in the United States) or university degree or bachelor’s degree as appropriate to each country (5 year careers), related to Social Sciences and Allied (Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy, Social work, Social education, Nursing, Theology). Managing Spanish perfectly at all levels. Availability of English to read and understand texts.

Posgraduate description:
Goals:
-To train high-level professionals who master fundamental concepts in the field of professional training within an interdisciplinary approach, specialized and committed to people in society, emphasizing Christian values.
-Promote the training of researchers in the field of study and its implications for human development and functioning, with the capacity to generate, evaluate and evaluate knowledge production processes.
-Provide research tools that allow to systematize and deepen the knowledge of the studied program, oriented to the functionality in its field.

Evaluation:
– Group work all modules 25%
– Two exams (partial and final) 10%
– Exhibition of academic subjects 10%
– Investigation of cases 30%
– Development of an academic day 25%
TOTAL 100%
– Assistance during face-to-face work (minimum 80%)
– The rating system is vigesimal and the minimum approval rating is 14

Certification and title:
At the end of the academic process and whenever the student does not have to or has not passed (or) any subject, they may request their respective certificates of study.
The studies of the Program lead to the Academic Degree of MASTER IN SOCIAL WORK.
To obtain the Diploma the graduate must comply with the requirements and academic requirements, following the procedure established by the University

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APCU 2018- NOTICE

APCU is a University of the United States that operates in ON-LINE only does not develop any academic program in person in any country of the world, we have offices only in the United States in the state of Florida. Our participants of all world (India, Pakistan, España, Ecuador, Perú, Colombia, Estados Unidos, Rusia) develop their studies directly with us all the processes, from the enrollment, admission, studies, evaluations and delivery of degrees.
In that sense we reject the organizations in the brother country of Peru that are using the name of our University, and we ask the regulatory institutions of the education sector of Peru take corrective measures.

We also need that our official social networks are the following:

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All others are imitations or copies that falsely use our logos, our name of the university and even the photos of our academic events.

For more information write to apcu.education@gmail.com

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