MiniU Registration Form 2015
*EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL OF MY CALCULUS STUDENTS: Want to do math "outside the box"? Then sign up to take a FREE online course in mathematical thinking from Stanford (that's right, I said it!). For more info, check out the website and register! 10 test points to earn a Statement of Accomplishment and 15 test points to earn an Accomplishment with Distinction. As far as I know, you may defer this opportunity until the spring as the course appears to be offered each quarter at Stanford. There is a time commitment, so keep this in mind should you consider it. Trusting your integrity, I will accept the certificates at the end of the quarter by email in pdf format.
All my students should complete the following once they are enrolled in my class.
1. Go to your page for your class and print out the Policies and Student Information Form.
2. Read the policies and complete the form, share with your parent/guardian, and sign.
3. Staple the completed form to the policies (form on top) and turn in promptly for credit.
4. When you get the policies back, keep them in the front of your binder for reference.
Looking for a calculator? Click here to see a flyer from Texas Instruments on their line of calculators.
For 2013-2014, I plan to be in my room most mornings by 7:45am, and immediately after school for about 15 to 20 minutes. My room will also be open during BOTH LUNCHES as I am coordinating the Math Mentoring Program during this time; I am typically available to answer questions during this time.
Some of my past students have indicated that the online tutoring service available for FREE through the Alameda County Library is actually very helpful. While I have not tried it myself, if you are interested in an opportunity to ask questions when you are doing your homework or studying, I suggest you check it out. Click here to go directly to the website. It is called Brain Fuse. You need an Alameda County library card number to access the service.
The website below provides free video lectures/presentations that are topic specific in high school math courses from Algebra through Calculus. Recommended by some of my students, these videos can provide good reinforcement of concepts covered in class, and if you are willing to invest the time and watch them with undivided attention, they may help you improve your understanding and overall success in mathematics!
Free math videos
Click on the link called www.PatrickJMT.com to view the youtube videos.
Another popular website for online help is The Khan Academy. I encourage you to check it out.
A more recent find is NumberBender.com, which offers short tutorials on a variety of topics that you can access from your smartphone as well.
No matter where and to whom go for help, go be prepared with specific questions and materials.
LINK TO VIEW YOUR GRADES ONLINE: CLICK HERE
NOTE: You will need your ID and the password sent to you by email from Mr. Prucha.