Grading, Supplies and Expectations
Class Room Expectations
I expect all students to come to class prepared to work and learn and to be a positive active participant in their learning.

Materials Needed
- Something to write with (preferably pencil).  All tests and quizzes must be done in pencil.
- Graph paper.  We do a lot of graphing in class and for homework.  Students can do all of
  their work on graph paper.
- CC3 students are provided a packet that contains all in-class activities.  These should come every day.
- CC3 and CCA have packets that contain all review/preview problems.  These should also come to class every day.  
- A binder and loose leaf paper.  These are optional but students will need to be organized and 
  be able to find their notes and homework when needed.

Grading is done on a 4 - point rubric.  
4 - Robust:  Mastery of the target is demonstrated and an organized and detailed justification leads to a proven conclusion.  One or more of the following is demonstrated:  Analysis, Application, or Explanation of how/why the process works.
3 - Proficient:  The solution is correct and has a clear mathematical justification. 
2- Developing:  Partial understanding of the target is demonstrated and /or justification may not be detailed, clear, complete or precise. 
1- Basic:  A minimal understanding of the process to arrive at a solution and the work is incomplete or has significant errors.  
0 - None:  the work does not show any knowledge of the concept or is not an appropriate method to lead to the conclusion. 

Students will be graded on review/preview completion, learning target quizzes, team tests, checkpoints, and individual assessments.
     - review/preview consists of the nightly homework assignments and learning target
 are assessments that are based on the learning targets
       explored during the week and are worth 15% of a students grade.  
     - team tests are assessments of how the students are working as a team.  They are
       worth 15% of the students grades.  I do not allow retakes on team tests as they are
       an assessment of how the team is working together.
     - individual assessments are worth 70% of the students grade.  One form of
       individual assessment is chapter tests.  Another form of individual assessments is a
       checkpoint.  These are benchmarks of skills that students are expected to master.  

Corrections on learning target quizzes are encouraged within a week of taking them.  Retakes of individual assessments are encouraged and need to be completed within a week of the original assessment.