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Mrs. Doxey - Math/Science

Katelyn Doxey 

doxeyk@rcschools.net

IB Math SL, Honors Physics, AP Physics

Room: C-7 

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IB Math SL Seniors
 
Below you will find the syllabus attached for IB Math SL. Please be sure to reference this first if you have any questions about the class.
 
I have included links below to resources that will be helpful for you as you review different topics.
 
In the documents below, you will find the sample IA's for practice grading in class.
 
Exploration Course Companion (with IA deadlines and guidance) is posted in the documents below.
 
Chi Squared Test videos: 
IB Math SL Juniors
 
Below you will find the syllabus attached for IB Math SL. Please be sure to reference this first if you have any questions about the class.
 
Don't forget to check the board in class for any due dates.
 
I have included links below to resources that will be helpful for you as you review different topics.
Honors Physics
 
 
All worksheets can be accessed at the following website: http://www.aplusphysics.com/courses/regents/worksheets/ws_index.html. Please be sure to check the board in class for assignment due dates.
All answer keys for worksheets are in the back of the classroom for you to check your answers.
 
FLIPPED CLASS INFORMATION
 
What is this new flipped physics classroom approach?
Our class will utilize a flipped teaching method. This means that you will be watching videos at home for homework and most of class time will be spent doing classwork, activities, and labs. This basically just flips what you would do for a normal class. It will allow us to be more productive with our in-class time, not lecturing the whole time, and allow us to do more hands-on learning and activities. This doesn’t mean you have to teach yourself at home. We will still spend time together in class going over your questions and struggles from the videos. However, if you do not watch the videos at home, you will not be prepared for class. This will cause you to struggle through classwork the next day and only hurt you in the long run. You will have an account to edpuzzle.com. This is where you will access all videos and get credit for watching them. We will go over how to use this on the first day of class. It will be important that you write down your username and password.
 
Where do I go to access video lectures for class?
 
So do we have homework now?
All assignments that would normally be homework, will now be done mostly at school. Your new "homework" will be watching video lectures.
 
**Remember on assignments, even though the answers are provided for you to check in class, no credit will be given without work.
 
What if I don't have internet access or a device to use to watch the videos?
The library is open every morning at 7:30 and you are welcome to come to my classroom during PAT to watch videos or use the computer lab in the C hall after checking in with me. There is also free Wi-Fi at many locations around town.
AP Physics
 
Please be sure to check the board in class for assignment due dates.
All answer keys for worksheets are in the back of the classroom for you to check your answers. (Book work answers can be checked in the back of the book.)
 
FLIPPED CLASS INFORMATION
 
What is this new flipped physics classroom approach?
Our class will utilize a flipped teaching method. This means that you will be watching videos at home for homework and most of class time will be spent doing classwork, activities, and labs. This basically just flips what you would do for a normal class. It will allow us to be more productive with our in-class time, not lecturing the whole time, and allow us to do more hands-on learning and activities. This doesn’t mean you have to teach yourself at home. We will still spend time together in class going over your questions and struggles from the videos. However, if you do not watch the videos at home, you will not be prepared for class. This will cause you to struggle through classwork the next day and only hurt you in the long run. You will have an account to edpuzzle.com. This is where you will access all videos and get credit for watching them. We will go over how to use this on the first day of class. It will be important that you write down your username and password.
 
Where do I go to access video lectures for class?
 
So do we have homework now?
All assignments that would normally be homework, will now be done mostly at school. Your new "homework" will be watching video lectures.
 
**Remember on assignments, even though the answers are provided for you to check in class, no credit will be given without work.
 
What if I don't have internet access or a device to use to watch the videos?
The library is open every morning at 7:30 and you are welcome to come to my classroom during PAT to watch videos or use the computer lab in the C hall after checking in with me. There is also free Wi-Fi at many locations around town.
 
Sign up for remind text messages by sending a text message to the number 81010 with the message below (depending on which class you have me for):
 
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