Welcome to Back to School Knight Math Lab
Welcome to Back to School Knight Math Lab. Contact Information. Mrs. Annette Winterrowd E-mail email@example.com Phone259-5257 Marian High School. About Me. Teach Geometry B, Algebra 2C and Math Lab Bachelors Degree--University of Indianapolis - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Welcome to Back to School KnightMath LabContact InformationMrs. Annette WinterrowdEfirstname.lastname@example.orgPhone259-5257 Marian High SchoolAbout MeTeach Geometry B, Algebra 2C and Math LabBachelors Degree--University of IndianapolisMasters DegreeIUSB in Special EducationMath LabMath Lab is an elective class taken with Algebra IB. It has been designed to provide activities based on the Algebra IB lesson of the day. By reteaching and reinforcing the algebra concepts, students will have more exposure and practice with the material.Classroom Supplies2 spiral notebookspencilsscientific calculator Deductions on the Respectability observation sheet will be taken if materials are not brought to class. GradingRespectability is 80% of the quarter grade.Chapter Projects are 20% of the quarter gradeEach quarter grade is 45% of the semester gradeFinal exam is 10% of the semester gradeGrade information available on Parent ConnectClassroom Rules1. Be in the classroom when the bell rings.2. Bring all books and materials to class.3. Restroom breaks and locker returns only with permission before the bell rings. The first person requesting the pass may return to class without a tardy.4. Raise your hand, and be recognized by the teacher before speaking.5. When the instructor or anyone else who has the floor speaks, no talking.Respectability-- Attitude3pts Never is publicly critical of the activity or the work of others. Always has a positive attitude about the task.2pts Rarely is publicly critical of the project or the work of others. Often has a positive attitude about the tasks.1pt Occasionally is publicly critical of the project or the work of other members of the group. Usually has a positive attitude about the task.0 pts Often is publicly critical of the project or the work of other members of the group. Often does not have a positive attitude about the task.Respectability--Focus3pts Consistently stays focused on the task and what needs to be done. Very self-directed.2pts Focuses on the task and what needs to be done most of the time. Other members can count on this person1pt Focuses on the task and what needs to be done some of the time. Other group members must sometimes nag, prod, and remind to keep this person on task.0 pts Rarely focuses on the task and what needs to be done. Lets others do the work.Respectability--Preparation3pts Brings needed materials to class and is ready to work.2pts Almost always brings needed materials to class and is ready to work.1pt Almost always brings needed materials but needs to settle down and get to work.0 pts Often forgets needed materials or is rarely ready to get to work.RespectabilityWorking with Others3pts Almost always listens to, shares with and supports the efforts of others. Tries to keep people working together.2pts Usually listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of others. Does not cause waves in the group.1pt Often listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of others, but sometimes is not a good team member.0pts Rarely listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of others. Often is not a good team player.RespectabilityQuality of Work3pts Provides work of the highest quality.2pts Provides high quality work.1pt Provides work that occasionally needs to be checked or redone.0pts Provides work that usually needs to be checked or redone.Respectability--Behavior3pts Student never displays disruptive behavior during class.2pts Student rarely displays disruptive behavior during class.1pt Student occasionally displays disruptive behavior during class.0pts Student almost always displays disruptive behavior during class.ProjectsAfter each Chapter test, a Chapter project will be assignment. This is the only out-of-class assignment given. Each project is worth 100 points and are practical applications from the chapter. Assignments are explained when given out, but, feel free to help your student understand the situation. This and ThatUse lights around the sides of the room instead of overhead lights.Use lavender scent in the room.Use mobile presenter.Ten Ways to Reduce Math AnxietyOvercome negative self-talk.Ask questionsConsider math a foreign languageit must be practiced.Dont rely on memorization to study math.READ your math text.Study math according to your learning style.Get help the same day you dont understand.Be relaxed and comfortable while studying math.TALK mathematics.Develop responsibility for your own successes and failures.