Math 920(03) Syllabus Fall 2016

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1 Math 920(03) Syllabus Fall 2016 Instructor: Terran Felter Website: Office Location: Sci III Room 129 Office Hours: M 8:00AM 12:00PM T 10:00PM 2:00PM W 11:00AM 3:00PM R 12:00PM 4:00PM Other times may be available by appointment. These hours are subject to change. Office hours may vary some days due to other campus-related responsibilities. Class Hours: Monday, 1:10PM 2:50PM Classroom: Developmental Mathematics Center, Science III Room 127 Modifications may be made to this syllabus at any time, at the discretion of the instructor. Curriculum: Developmental Mathematics by Squires and Wyrick uses the MyMathLab engine and is accessed at csub.mylabsplus.com. Your login name is your student ID number and the default password is your 8-digit birthdate (MMDDYYYY), which is the same as your English login. The website requires Adobe s Flash Player. An access code must be purchased to access the material. NOTE: If you purchased or were given an access code for Developmental Mathematics, it is not necessary to purchase a new code. You are responsible for purchasing the Notebook. If you attended CSUB Early Start Summer 2016, your access code is still valid. If you were in Early Start, Math 910 & Math 930 Notebooks are available in Sci III 127 during open lab or during class. If you are a continuing student from 2015/2016, you will still have access, but will need to purchase the Notebook. Notebook pages can be printed at your own expense outside of Sci III 127. Textbook: REQUIRED: The Math 920 Notebook is mandatory. The Notebook is used to take notes while watching the videos in the program. The instructor and teaching assistants will request to see your Notebook at various times. It should be brought to every class meeting and used when studying for quizzes and the final exam. The Notebook may be purchased separately from, or bundled with, the MyMathLab access code. Please note: Notebooks can only be purchased through CSUB. A price was negotiated on behalf of the students and it is less expensive to purchase the access code bundled with the Notebook(s) than it is to purchase them separately.

2 Supplies: Holiday: Index cards, headphones or ear buds, a spiral notebook, binder, or paper tablet, a pencil, and a graphing calculator should be brought to class every day. Students may not use calculators that have a Computer Algebra System, such as the TI-92, TI-89, or Voyage 200. You may find colored pencils or highlighter pens to be useful. Campus will be closed in observance of Labor Day, Monday, September 5, 2016, Veterans Day, Friday, November 11, 2016, and Thanksgiving, Thursday and Friday, November 24 & 25, There will be no classes and no open lab tutoring. Getting Help: It is important that you seek help as soon as you experience difficulty with the material. Help is available from Ms. Felter during office hours, from the teaching assistants during class, or during open lab. Please do not hesitate to ask for help! Help can be sought in the Math Tutoring Center, Sci III room 208, but no quizzes may be taken there. Open Lab: Computers are available for you to work on MyLabsPlus and a teaching assistant will be available to help you. The times are: Sci III Room 127 (your Math 920 classroom) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday none 3PM 3:50PM 2PM 3:50PM 3PM 3:50PM 7AM 9:50AM; 12PM 12:50PM 9:30AM 3PM 1PM 6PM Getting Started: Go to Once you are logged in to your course, have accepted the legal agreement, and entered your access code, if needed, click on START HERE to begin. Math 920 consists of Mini-Mods 19, 20, and 23-25, 27-29, 32, 34-36, and Appendices A & C. Remember: Your login ID is your CSUB Student ID number (9-digits) and password is your 8-digit birthdate. About the course: The course material is broken up into modules called Mini-Mods. Each Mini-Mod contains videos, concept checks, homework, and a quiz. Attendance is mandatory. You Must Sign the roll sheet and you must show a CSUB student ID, U.S. military ID, a state driver s license, or a state ID card to prove your identity EVERY class period. No ID = Absent! You will receive points in the MyMathLab grade book for attendance. Overall, attendance is worth 15% of your grade. Please come to office hours to discuss any discrepancies you believe exist in the recording of your attendance. During class time, the teaching assistants are resources for any questions you have when you are not taking a quiz, a sample quiz, or the final exam. Please do not hesitate to ask questions. The teaching assistants are only able to help when you ask for it! Keep in mind that different people teach differently, so, if one is not able to help YOU understand, do not hesitate to interact with another assistant. If you do not have a calculator, you may use the one in the computer. It is found by clicking on: START>All Programs>Math-Stats>Calculator. Cell phones must be turned off and put away during class. Use of your cell phone will be cause for immediate dismissal from the classroom and will count as an absence. You may also be reported to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities for disciplinary action and fail the course. There is ZERO tolerance for cell phone use. Cell phones may NOT be used in lieu of a calculator.

3 During class hours and open lab, you may only access the computer s internal calculator, the instructor s website, the course website, or KhanAcademy.com. If you access other sites or programs, you will be immediately dismissed from class. A second violation will result in permanent dismissal from the class and a failing grade. In the instance a password recovery is needed, ask for assistance from a teaching assistant to access . Please see the CSUB catalog or course schedule for policies regarding academic dishonesty. If you access any program or website other than MyLabsPlus During a Quiz or the Final Exam, you will automatically fail the course and will be reported to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Academic dishonesty will have a severe impact on your college career. You must use headphones, ear buds, or a headset to hear the audio portion of the videos that explain course content. You may NOT listen to music or other audio files. The OPEN LAB schedule is printed above. It is staffed with teaching assistants and is an excellent place to work on assignments, receive help, and take quizzes outside of class time. No eating or drinking is permitted in lab and conduct rules are the same as during the regularly scheduled classes. If there is ever any concern with the actions of fellow students or teaching assistants in the classroom, please bring this to the attention of Ms. Felter ASAP! Withdrawals will only be permitted if you are withdrawing from all classes for the term and must be completed prior to the Last Day to Withdraw from Classes for a Serious and Compelling Reason, Wednesday, November 14, You must pay attention to Ms. Felter s office hours and seek her signature during those times. Notecards You may use ONE 3 x5 handwritten note card containing formulas, definitions, and/or properties on quizzes and the final exam. No example problems may be on the note card. The teaching assistants will check note cards. Create one note card for each Mini-Module. You will have 14 quiz note cards at the end of the quarter. When preparing for the final, create one note card by transferring what you need from the quiz note cards. Quizzes You may take a quiz prior to working on the homework for that module. The quizzes must be taken in order. You must earn 70% on a quiz to take the quiz for the next Mini-Mod. If you want to attempt the FINAL early, you must have an 80% for each Quiz. If you earn less than 70% on your first attempt on the quiz, or if you wish to RETAKE the quiz to earn a higher score, you must do the following: Watch the videos and guided examples, Work through the concept checks, Complete the homework with 80% or higher, Complete the notebook pages for that mini-mod. All quizzes are password protected. Access to quizzes is at the discretion of the instructor or teaching assistants. You may take each quiz a total of 5 times, so you may increase your score by retaking the quiz. The highest score of all attempts is the only score that will contribute toward your course grade. If you earn less than 80% on the 2 nd, 3 rd, or 4 th attempts on a quiz, go directly to the Study Plan. Once you have completed all of the problems in the Study Plan for that Mini-Mod, you will be ready to retake the quiz. The majority of students spend up to 30 minutes on each quiz. Some students have taken as long as 45 minutes. You must be mindful of the amount of time you spend on the quizzes when requesting one. No one may begin quizzes during the last 30 minutes of class or open lab. Quiz papers will not be collected. Quizzes will not be reviewed and quiz scores will not be adjusted. Should you believe there is a technical error in the scoring of a quiz, please let Ms. Felter know by or during office hours immediately.

4 There is a sample quiz for each Mini-Mod that you may take. There is no limit on the number of times you may take them and there are no prerequisites. Do not put off taking quizzes. You should take quizzes for 1 or 2 Mini-Mods each week. Please note: Putting off quizzes until the end of the quarter may mean that you will not complete all quizzes. The open labs are often completely full with waiting lists at the end of the quarter. It is your responsibility to take quizzes as you learn the material. All quizzes not taken will earn scores of zero before course grades are calculated. Videos, the Notebook, Homework, and Concept Checks Every section in every Mini-Mod has an instructional video, step-by-step examples, and guided practice examples. It is important that you watch the videos and work through the examples before attempting the Concept Checks and the Homework. The videos can be found by clicking on START HERE on your dashboard on the left and then navigating to the section on which you would like to work. You may also go to the Multimedia Library (also on the dashboard). Complete the Notebook pages for each section in the Mini-Mod as you watch the videos and example slideshows. You must show the teaching assistants your completed Notebook pages before taking a quiz after the 1 st attempt. There is a four-question Concept Check and typically a 10- to 15-problem Homework set for each section. You must earn at least 75% on the Concept Check before you will be allowed to work on the Homework. All Concept Checks and Homework have due dates. This will help you stay on track. You will be able to work on them after the due date. Homework and Concept Check scores do not contribute to your course grade. Study Plan After you take a quiz or sample quiz, your STUDY PLAN (found on the dashboard) will be updated. The Study Plan gives you additional practice in the areas on which you need to work before you attempt another quiz. This will help you zero in on the topics that are the most difficult for you. There is a push-pin shaped icon that indicates the areas in which you need additional practice. You must complete the Study Plan for a module before the 3 rd, 4 th, or 5 th quiz attempt. Final Exam For the final exam, you will be provided with colored scratch paper. Your name, student ID number, and signature must be on the scratch paper. The scratch paper must be turned in when you are finished with the exam. If you do not turn in the scratch paper, the score may be deleted from MyMathLab. Partial credit may be awarded on the final exam, at the discretion of the instructor, but only if there is neatly organized work on the scratch paper, with the problem number, that supports the answer entered in MyMathLab. It is very important that your scratch paper is NEATLY organized and all problems numbered. If the work for a problem cannot be easily located, no partial credit will be awarded. The final exam for Math 920 Section 03 is Friday, December 9, 2016, from 2PM 4:30PM. The schedule is also posted at Final exam room assignments will be posted the last week of the quarter. If you have a final exam time conflict with another course, you must speak to Ms. Felter IN PERSON during OFFICE HOURS no later than 12PM, Monday, November 28, Arrangements will only be made for legitimate conflicts with other CSUB classes. Arrangements will not be made via phone or . You must make your travel arrangements AFTER your final exams. Ms. Felter will NOT reschedule final exams to accommodate travel. FINAL EXAMS CANNOT BE MADE UP! YOU MUST ATTEND THE FINAL EXAM FOR YOUR SECTION UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH MS. FELTER.

5 Grading: The course grades for Math 920 will be weighted as follows: 15% Attendance 40% Quizzes 45% Final Exam Letter grades will be assigned based on the total percentage you earn from the components above: B+ 87%-89% C+ 77%-79% NC 0-69% A 93%-100% B 83%-86% C 73%-76% A- 90%-92% B- 80%-82% C- 70%-72% A C- or better in Math 920 is the minimum required grade to move on to the next course you need to take. Math 920 does not count toward the number of units required for graduation and is not used to calculate your academic grade point average. A failing grade can affect your satisfactory academic progress used to determine financial aid eligibility. If you complete all of the quizzes with a minimum score of 80%, you may request an early final exam. All requests must be made in person during office hours, no later than 12:00PM on Monday, November 28, You will only be released from attendance once you have taken the final exam and earned a minimum of 60% in the course. Services for Students with Disabilities If you are eligible for services from SSD, you must provide Ms. Felter with the documentation from the SSD office at the beginning of the quarter. If you believe you have a disability that requires accommodation, but have not been tested, please contact the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities at COURSE OBJECTIVES Math 920 Students will develop skills in geometry, basic data analysis, and basic intermediate algebra through the applications of equations and inequalities, introduction to functions, graphing equations and functions, ratios and proportions, and plane geometry.

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