How Many Papers Does it Take to Bury a Math Teacher?

How Many Papers Does it Take to Bury a Math Teacher?

How Many Papers Does it Take to Bury a Math Teacher? Karen Scarseth

[email protected] net Anne Barber

[email protected] Lincoln High School Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Why I needed to change: Teaching 6 out of 7 (up from 5 out of 7)

Bigger class sizes New School-wide Grading Policy: 80% Summative, 20% Formative

New intervention period at the end of the day cut class periods (and prep period) to 48 minutes More meetings scheduled after school

Geometry Class Structure 20% Homework/Classwork; 30% Quizzes; 50%

Tests Quizzes the last day of every week

Tests every 4-5 weeks Homework 2 parts Homework Packet and/or book work due last

day of every week. Key is out all week for students to check. Grade is completion only

Online Assignment every week Online Assignment Sites

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