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Policies and Procedures

Page history last edited by Julie Reulbach 7 years ago

Welcome to my classroom!  

 

I am so excited to be your teacher this year.  I love mathematics and cannot wait to show you how interesting and FUN it can really be!

 

Homework

  • I assign homework every night Mon - Thurs, and some Fridays.  If I do not remind you about the homework during class, then please check the wiki as you do have homework each night.
  • Homework should take you about 20 minutes** If you have worked for over 20 minutes, please STOP and send me an email.
  • Remember, no calculator use is permitted unless I specify. 
  • If you are having trouble with your homework:
    • Check your GRAPH book for examples.
    • Visit the Concepts Help Page for additional videos, examples, and games. 
  • Homework Grade:  30 points per trimester.  Combined homework for each semester will count as one grade (30 points).  You lose 2 points toward this total grade for each homework assignment that you do not complete.  Late homework will receive no credit.  Late or missing homework will need to be completed and turned in, but will not receive credit. 

 

Student Concept Help Pages

These page contains numerous resources to assist you with each topic that we cover throughout the year.  There are online videos, examples, problems, quizzes and even games on the various pages.  Some of the pages are teacher created and some are student created.  If you come across a link that does not work, please email me that that I may fix it.  

 

What to Bring To Class Each Day

Please write this on the cover of your math graph book!  

  1. Math Graphbook and folder
  2. Math Homework book
  3. Charged computer with power cord.
  4. Calculator - calculator use is not permitted on homework unless I specify.

 

 

Policies

  1. Please enter the room quietly, be seated, and begin work immediately.
  2. Calculator use is not permitted in class or on your homework unless I specify.
  3. When using Google Docs in class, chatting is not allowed unless you are asking a specific math question.
  4. Only math content is allowed on your MathReuls Wiki page.  No random pictures of your pets,...
  5. Please be professional and considerate of others when chatting on GDocs or posting comments on each other's Wiki pages.
  6. You may check your email without permission if it is needed to access a document or link for our math class.  No personal emailing is allowed when you are in your email client.
  7. You are expected to keep your GRS, Grade Record Sheet, and your Concepts checklist updated and calculated at all times.
  8. Late or missing homework will not receive credit, but will need to be completed. 

 

Daily Procedures

  1. Please enter my classroom quietly and go directly to your seat.
  2. Please remain quiet once you have entered my classroom.
  3. Once you are seated, please:
    1. Get out your math workbook and open it to the previous night's homework
    2. Read the DO NOW on the board
    3. Once you finish the warm-up, please read your independent reading quietly until we begin.
  4. EXIT Procedure
    1. Put away all markers and boards
    2. Push your chair under your desk. 
    3.  WAIT to be dismissed.  I dismiss you, not the clock.

 

Grades:  Point ranges are as follows

Projects:  20 - 70 points each

Tests:  approximately 50 points each

Quizzes:  range from 4 - 40 points each

Homework:  30 points per trimester.  Combined homework for each semester will count as one test grade (50 points).  You lose 2 points toward this total grade for each homework assignment that you do not complete.  Late homework will receive no credit.  Late or missing homework will need to be completed and turned in, but will not receive credit.  

 

Concepts Checklist

Concepts are the major topics that you need to master in mathematics this year.  You will receive a Concepts Checklist to keep in your math folder.  You will need to keep this updated all year.  Additionally, do not throw out Concepts Checklist for previous trimesters.  You will need to keep them ALL YEAR.

 

Concept Scoring:

B - Beginning

D - Developing

P - Proficient at grade level

 


 

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