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This document contains summaries from Jamiya Hagger of observations of their Math 2163 class. Over multiple dates, Jamiya evaluated sections on completing the square, finding the radius of a circle using Pythagorean theorem, adding and multiplying exponents, solving the quadratic formula, and using Pythagorean theorem to find the hypotenuse. For each section, Jamiya provided details on the topic, competencies evaluated, key words and their definitions, teaching strategies used, and any suggested improvements.

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Solving Equations by Factoring KTIP lesson plan

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2) The lesson involves reviewing factoring patterns, teaching students to factor quadratic equations in standard form using various methods, and using factoring to solve physics problems involving height, speed, and time.
3) Formative and summative assessments are used to check students' understanding of factoring quadratic trinomials and using factoring to solve equations.

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- Many children struggle with math, with around 28% of 4th graders and 27% of 8th graders performing below basic level in key areas like numbers and operations.
- Effective math instruction incorporates principles like setting high standards, engaging instruction, and representing numerical concepts visually. It also explicitly teaches key components like problem solving, communication, and applying math to everyday situations.
- Teachers should use instructional methods that make math concrete, like manipulatives, and teach basic math facts through programs that emphasize varied activities to build engagement and mastery.

LEARNING PLAN IN MATH 9 Q1W1

This document outlines a learning plan for a 9th grade mathematics class on patterns and algebra for the first quarter. It includes standards, competencies, lessons, activities and a performance task on solving quadratic equations using different algebraic methods. Students will compare the methods and apply them to design classroom fixtures using measurements and equations. The plan provides instruction, practice and assessments to help students master solving quadratic equations and transfer their knowledge to real-world problems.

617 Presentation.Revise

This document discusses integrating writing into mathematics instruction. It provides math and writing standards for 8th grade related to operations, measurement, algebra, and writing quality. It then gives an example of how to calculate the area of a rectangle by multiplying length by width. It models writing the steps and includes a student example. Finally, it provides a rubric for assessing written responses in math and discusses positives and negatives of integrating writing.

inbound6354522052973741292.pptx

This document provides information on instructional and learning strategies for mathematics. It discusses using concrete models, representations, and abstract concepts to teach mathematical skills and concepts (CRA instruction). It also recommends using mnemonics and graphic organizers as learning strategies to help students organize and retain mathematical information. The document provides examples of instructional strategies like direct instruction and computer-assisted instruction, as well as learning strategies like study skills and mnemonics. It emphasizes applying these strategies when teaching skills like problem solving, representing problems visually, and self-monitoring.

An alternative learning experience in transition level mathematics

QUT Mathematical Sciences Seminar series, November 1 2013
Traditionally at QUT, mathematics and statistics are taught using a face-to-face lecture/tutorial model involving large lecture classes for around 1/2 to 3/4 of the time and smaller group tutorials for the remainder of the time. This is also one of the main models for teaching at other campus-based institutions. Recently, in response to (learning) technology advances and changes in the ways learners seek education, QUT has made a significant commitment to a “Digital Transformation” project across the university. In this seminar I will present a technical overview, with some demonstrations, of a pilot project that seeks to investigate how digital transformation might work in a QUT mathematics or statistics subject. In particular, I will discuss the use of tablet PC technology and specialist software to produce video learning packages. This approach has been trialled in a transition level mathematics unit this semester. I will also cover integration of these learning packages with QUTs Learning Management System “Blackboard”. This seminar is a technical preview to another talk I will give early in the new year that will look at the impact of the altered learning experience on student outcomes, feedback and the unit itself.

Aligning Math and Science Curricula

The document discusses aligning math skills with physics courses across two semesters. It proposes flipping the physics topics between the first and second semesters. The document lists math skills needed for each proposed physics semester and the math skills taught in algebra for each semester. It also provides ways for algebra courses to reinforce physics and chemistry concepts, such as using scientific notation and the graphing calculator consistently.

Another Test

The document summarizes findings from 3rd through 5th grade math SOL tests from the previous year. It identifies specific questions that students struggled with or performed well on organized by math concept and grade level. Strategies are discussed for improving student performance in areas of weakness identified by the assessment results.

CURRICULUM SHARING .pdf

This document provides an overview of teaching optional mathematics. It discusses the nature and purpose of optional mathematics, including developing additional knowledge and skills beyond compulsory mathematics. It outlines general objectives like introducing functions and graphs. Techniques like demonstration, problem-solving, and cooperative learning are described. Materials include textbooks, practice books, and GeoGebra. Students will be evaluated through methods like observation, participation, practicums, tests, and formative/summative assessments.

Math subject

The document outlines the learning objectives, assessments, and exam structure for a Year 8 mathematics class taught by Ms. Asiya, including shapes, algebra, numbers, and data topics to be covered in the term, with 3 assessments worth 100 marks each and a 1.5 hour end of term exam. Students are provided with study materials and advice to ensure they understand the topics in preparation for their exams.

Math subject

The document outlines the learning objectives, assessments, and exam structure for a Year 8 mathematics class taught by Ms. Asiya, including shapes, algebra, numbers, and data topics to be covered in the term, with 3 assessments worth 100 marks each and a 1.5 hour end of term exam. Students are provided with study materials and advice to ensure they understand the topics in preparation for their exams.

BJC Mathematics Syllabus Topics

Tick all boxes to the right of a topic as soon you know you can do all examination questions from past papers.
See table above. Have a number of different columns to track your progress. The table above has two columns, one for January, the other for March. You may have a lot more columns if you wish. If you have a computer with a spreadsheet this whole process can be a lot quicker.

Ssc Maths Section Preparation

SSC CGL is the short term of "Combined Graduate Level", the most popular government job exam in India. Every year around 30-40 lakhs eligible candidates fill the application form and around 15-20 lakh aspirants appear in the exam. The final shortlisted & selected candidates get the opportunity to work in ministry & various government departments in India.
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design of experiments.docx

This document outlines the course objectives, content, teaching methods, and assessment details for a Design of Experiments course. The course has 5 modules that cover topics such as experimental design principles, factorial experiments, analysis of variance, quality by experimental design, signal-to-noise ratios, and parameter and tolerance design. Teaching methods include lectures, videos, problem solving, group discussions, and assignments. Students will learn to design and analyze experiments to obtain objective conclusions. Assessment includes continuous internal evaluations with tests and assignments worth 50% and an end of semester exam worth 50%.

Answering Techniques Ad Maths P1

The document provides information about answering techniques for the Additional Mathematics SPM Paper 1 exam in Malaysia, including:
1) It outlines the format of Paper 1 which is an objective test consisting of 25 multiple choice questions testing knowledge and application skills.
2) It discusses effective techniques for answering questions such as starting with easier questions, showing working, and presenting neat and precise answers.
3) It provides examples of different types of questions and mistakes to avoid when answering questions involving topics like functions, quadratic equations, graphs and progressions.

Pp smi add. maths paper 1

The document provides information about the format and techniques for answering Additional Mathematics SPM Paper 1 exam questions in Malaysia. It discusses the contents and structure of the exam, including the breakdown of question types between knowledge/understanding and application skills. It also offers tips for candidates on how to effectively answer questions, including showing workings, following instructions, and presenting neat and precise solutions.

Graphic Organizers PPT.ppt

Graphic Organizers PPT.ppt

graphs of tangent and cotangent function

graphs of tangent and cotangent function

Special webinar on tips for perfect score in sat math

Special webinar on tips for perfect score in sat math

Tips Fizik SPM

Tips Fizik SPM

Solving Equations by Factoring KTIP lesson plan

Solving Equations by Factoring KTIP lesson plan

ch12lectPP420

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LEARNING PLAN IN MATH 9 Q1W1

LEARNING PLAN IN MATH 9 Q1W1

617 Presentation.Revise

617 Presentation.Revise

inbound6354522052973741292.pptx

inbound6354522052973741292.pptx

An alternative learning experience in transition level mathematics

An alternative learning experience in transition level mathematics

Aligning Math and Science Curricula

Aligning Math and Science Curricula

Another Test

Another Test

CURRICULUM SHARING .pdf

CURRICULUM SHARING .pdf

Math subject

Math subject

Math subject

Math subject

BJC Mathematics Syllabus Topics

BJC Mathematics Syllabus Topics

Ssc Maths Section Preparation

Ssc Maths Section Preparation

design of experiments.docx

design of experiments.docx

Answering Techniques Ad Maths P1

Answering Techniques Ad Maths P1

Pp smi add. maths paper 1

Pp smi add. maths paper 1

The Basic Concepts Of Set Theory

The document is a summer reading list from Birchwood School that includes:
1) Required and suggested books for students in 3rd-4th grades and 5th-8th grades.
2) Assignments for students in 5th grade to write a book summary and 6th grade to write book reviews on a blog.
3) Suggested nonfiction topics and information about future problem solving and national history day for all grades.
4) A page for 3rd-4th graders to list any book series they read over the summer.

Sets Lesson Plan

This lesson plan introduces 7th grade students to the basic concepts of set theory, including defining sets, the three methods of sets (roster, set-builder, and verbal definition methods), set equality, and relationships between terms in an arithmetic sequence. Students will learn key symbols and terminology, participate in demonstrations of set concepts, and take a post-assessment quiz to test their understanding.

Sets Lesson Plan

This lesson plan introduces 7th grade students to the basic concepts of set theory, including defining sets, the three methods of sets (roster, set-builder, and verbal definition methods), set equality, and relationships between terms in an arithmetic sequence. Students will learn key symbols and terminology, participate in demonstrations of set concepts, and take a post-assessment quiz to test their understanding.

Prime And Composite Numbers Lesson Plan

The lesson plan is for a 6th grade math class about prime and composite numbers. The students will learn about prime factorizations using exponents and will be assessed through divisibility tests and a quiz to demonstrate their understanding of prime and composite numbers.

The Number Theory

The document provides rules to determine if a number is divisible by certain integers from 2 to 12. It gives examples of numbers that satisfy each rule and the reasoning for why they are divisible. The key points are:
1) A number is divisible by 2 if the last digit is even
2) A number is divisible by 3 if the sum of its digits is divisible by 3
3) A number is divisible by 4 if the last two digits form a number divisible by 4
4) A number is divisible by 5 if it ends in 0 or 5
5) A number is divisible by 6 if it is divisible by both 2 and 3
6) A number is divisible by 8 if the last three digits form

Number Theory

The document discusses key concepts in number theory including natural numbers, divisibility, factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers, and divisibility tests. It defines natural numbers as the set of counting numbers {1,2,3,4...} and notes that number theory deals with studying the properties of these numbers, with a focus on divisibility. Divisibility is defined as one number being divisible by another if dividing the first by the second leaves no remainder. Factors are numbers that divide another number, while multiples are numbers that are divisible by another number. Prime numbers have only 1 and themselves as factors, while composite numbers have more than two factors. Divisibility tests provide ways to determine if one number is divisible by

The Basic Concepts Of Set Theory

The Basic Concepts Of Set Theory

Sets Lesson Plan

Sets Lesson Plan

Sets Lesson Plan

Sets Lesson Plan

Prime And Composite Numbers Lesson Plan

Prime And Composite Numbers Lesson Plan

The Number Theory

The Number Theory

Number Theory

Number Theory

“How Axelera AI Uses Digital Compute-in-memory to Deliver Fast and Energy-eff...

“How Axelera AI Uses Digital Compute-in-memory to Deliver Fast and Energy-eff...Edge AI and Vision Alliance

For the full video of this presentation, please visit: https://www.edge-ai-vision.com/2024/06/how-axelera-ai-uses-digital-compute-in-memory-to-deliver-fast-and-energy-efficient-computer-vision-a-presentation-from-axelera-ai/
Bram Verhoef, Head of Machine Learning at Axelera AI, presents the “How Axelera AI Uses Digital Compute-in-memory to Deliver Fast and Energy-efficient Computer Vision” tutorial at the May 2024 Embedded Vision Summit.
As artificial intelligence inference transitions from cloud environments to edge locations, computer vision applications achieve heightened responsiveness, reliability and privacy. This migration, however, introduces the challenge of operating within the stringent confines of resource constraints typical at the edge, including small form factors, low energy budgets and diminished memory and computational capacities. Axelera AI addresses these challenges through an innovative approach of performing digital computations within memory itself. This technique facilitates the realization of high-performance, energy-efficient and cost-effective computer vision capabilities at the thin and thick edge, extending the frontier of what is achievable with current technologies.
In this presentation, Verhoef unveils his company’s pioneering chip technology and demonstrates its capacity to deliver exceptional frames-per-second performance across a range of standard computer vision networks typical of applications in security, surveillance and the industrial sector. This shows that advanced computer vision can be accessible and efficient, even at the very edge of our technological ecosystem.Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

An English 🇬🇧 translation of a presentation to the speech I gave about the main changes brought by CCS TSI 2023 at the biggest Czech conference on Communications and signalling systems on Railways, which was held in Clarion Hotel Olomouc from 7th to 9th November 2023 (konferenceszt.cz). Attended by around 500 participants and 200 on-line followers.
The original Czech 🇨🇿 version of the presentation can be found here: https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/hlavni-novinky-souvisejici-s-ccs-tsi-2023-2023-1695/269688092 .
The videorecording (in Czech) from the presentation is available here: https://youtu.be/WzjJWm4IyPk?si=SImb06tuXGb30BEH .

“Temporal Event Neural Networks: A More Efficient Alternative to the Transfor...

“Temporal Event Neural Networks: A More Efficient Alternative to the Transfor...Edge AI and Vision Alliance

For the full video of this presentation, please visit: https://www.edge-ai-vision.com/2024/06/temporal-event-neural-networks-a-more-efficient-alternative-to-the-transformer-a-presentation-from-brainchip/
Chris Jones, Director of Product Management at BrainChip , presents the “Temporal Event Neural Networks: A More Efficient Alternative to the Transformer” tutorial at the May 2024 Embedded Vision Summit.
The expansion of AI services necessitates enhanced computational capabilities on edge devices. Temporal Event Neural Networks (TENNs), developed by BrainChip, represent a novel and highly efficient state-space network. TENNs demonstrate exceptional proficiency in handling multi-dimensional streaming data, facilitating advancements in object detection, action recognition, speech enhancement and language model/sequence generation. Through the utilization of polynomial-based continuous convolutions, TENNs streamline models, expedite training processes and significantly diminish memory requirements, achieving notable reductions of up to 50x in parameters and 5,000x in energy consumption compared to prevailing methodologies like transformers.
Integration with BrainChip’s Akida neuromorphic hardware IP further enhances TENNs’ capabilities, enabling the realization of highly capable, portable and passively cooled edge devices. This presentation delves into the technical innovations underlying TENNs, presents real-world benchmarks, and elucidates how this cutting-edge approach is positioned to revolutionize edge AI across diverse applications.Principle of conventional tomography-Bibash Shahi ppt..pptx

before the computed tomography, it had been widely used.

GraphRAG for LifeSciences Hands-On with the Clinical Knowledge Graph

Tomaz Bratanic
Graph ML and GenAI Expert - Neo4j

Artificial Intelligence and Electronic Warfare

Artificial Intelligence and Electronic WarfarePapadakis K.-Cyber-Information Warfare Analyst & Cyber Defense/Security Consultant-Hellenic MoD

AI & Electronic Warfare"Frontline Battles with DDoS: Best practices and Lessons Learned", Igor Ivaniuk

At this talk we will discuss DDoS protection tools and best practices, discuss network architectures and what AWS has to offer. Also, we will look into one of the largest DDoS attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure that happened in February 2022. We'll see, what techniques helped to keep the web resources available for Ukrainians and how AWS improved DDoS protection for all customers based on Ukraine experience

HCL Notes and Domino License Cost Reduction in the World of DLAU

Webinar Recording: https://www.panagenda.com/webinars/hcl-notes-and-domino-license-cost-reduction-in-the-world-of-dlau/
The introduction of DLAU and the CCB & CCX licensing model caused quite a stir in the HCL community. As a Notes and Domino customer, you may have faced challenges with unexpected user counts and license costs. You probably have questions on how this new licensing approach works and how to benefit from it. Most importantly, you likely have budget constraints and want to save money where possible. Don’t worry, we can help with all of this!
We’ll show you how to fix common misconfigurations that cause higher-than-expected user counts, and how to identify accounts which you can deactivate to save money. There are also frequent patterns that can cause unnecessary cost, like using a person document instead of a mail-in for shared mailboxes. We’ll provide examples and solutions for those as well. And naturally we’ll explain the new licensing model.
Join HCL Ambassador Marc Thomas in this webinar with a special guest appearance from Franz Walder. It will give you the tools and know-how to stay on top of what is going on with Domino licensing. You will be able lower your cost through an optimized configuration and keep it low going forward.
These topics will be covered
- Reducing license cost by finding and fixing misconfigurations and superfluous accounts
- How do CCB and CCX licenses really work?
- Understanding the DLAU tool and how to best utilize it
- Tips for common problem areas, like team mailboxes, functional/test users, etc
- Practical examples and best practices to implement right away

Northern Engraving | Nameplate Manufacturing Process - 2024

Manufacturing custom quality metal nameplates and badges involves several standard operations. Processes include sheet prep, lithography, screening, coating, punch press and inspection. All decoration is completed in the flat sheet with adhesive and tooling operations following. The possibilities for creating unique durable nameplates are endless. How will you create your brand identity? We can help!

Your One-Stop Shop for Python Success: Top 10 US Python Development Providers

Simplify your search for a reliable Python development partner! This list presents the top 10 trusted US providers offering comprehensive Python development services, ensuring your project's success from conception to completion.

Fueling AI with Great Data with Airbyte Webinar

This talk will focus on how to collect data from a variety of sources, leveraging this data for RAG and other GenAI use cases, and finally charting your course to productionalization.

What is an RPA CoE? Session 1 – CoE Vision

In the first session, we will review the organization's vision and how this has an impact on the COE Structure.
Topics covered:
• The role of a steering committee
• How do the organization’s priorities determine CoE Structure?
Speaker:
Chris Bolin, Senior Intelligent Automation Architect Anika Systems

Dandelion Hashtable: beyond billion requests per second on a commodity server

This slide deck presents DLHT, a concurrent in-memory hashtable. Despite efforts to optimize hashtables, that go as far as sacrificing core functionality, state-of-the-art designs still incur multiple memory accesses per request and block request processing in three cases. First, most hashtables block while waiting for data to be retrieved from memory. Second, open-addressing designs, which represent the current state-of-the-art, either cannot free index slots on deletes or must block all requests to do so. Third, index resizes block every request until all objects are copied to the new index. Defying folklore wisdom, DLHT forgoes open-addressing and adopts a fully-featured and memory-aware closed-addressing design based on bounded cache-line-chaining. This design offers lock-free index operations and deletes that free slots instantly, (2) completes most requests with a single memory access, (3) utilizes software prefetching to hide memory latencies, and (4) employs a novel non-blocking and parallel resizing. In a commodity server and a memory-resident workload, DLHT surpasses 1.6B requests per second and provides 3.5x (12x) the throughput of the state-of-the-art closed-addressing (open-addressing) resizable hashtable on Gets (Deletes).

Programming Foundation Models with DSPy - Meetup Slides

Prompting language models is hard, while programming language models is easy. In this talk, I will discuss the state-of-the-art framework DSPy for programming foundation models with its powerful optimizers and runtime constraint system.

Choosing The Best AWS Service For Your Website + API.pptx

Have you ever been confused by the myriad of choices offered by AWS for hosting a website or an API?
Lambda, Elastic Beanstalk, Lightsail, Amplify, S3 (and more!) can each host websites + APIs. But which one should we choose?
Which one is cheapest? Which one is fastest? Which one will scale to meet our needs?
Join me in this session as we dive into each AWS hosting service to determine which one is best for your scenario and explain why!

zkStudyClub - LatticeFold: A Lattice-based Folding Scheme and its Application...

Folding is a recent technique for building efficient recursive SNARKs. Several elegant folding protocols have been proposed, such as Nova, Supernova, Hypernova, Protostar, and others. However, all of them rely on an additively homomorphic commitment scheme based on discrete log, and are therefore not post-quantum secure. In this work we present LatticeFold, the first lattice-based folding protocol based on the Module SIS problem. This folding protocol naturally leads to an efficient recursive lattice-based SNARK and an efficient PCD scheme. LatticeFold supports folding low-degree relations, such as R1CS, as well as high-degree relations, such as CCS. The key challenge is to construct a secure folding protocol that works with the Ajtai commitment scheme. The difficulty, is ensuring that extracted witnesses are low norm through many rounds of folding. We present a novel technique using the sumcheck protocol to ensure that extracted witnesses are always low norm no matter how many rounds of folding are used. Our evaluation of the final proof system suggests that it is as performant as Hypernova, while providing post-quantum security.
Paper Link: https://eprint.iacr.org/2024/257

Essentials of Automations: Exploring Attributes & Automation Parameters

Building automations in FME Flow can save time, money, and help businesses scale by eliminating data silos and providing data to stakeholders in real-time. One essential component to orchestrating complex automations is the use of attributes & automation parameters (both formerly known as “keys”). In fact, it’s unlikely you’ll ever build an Automation without using these components, but what exactly are they?
Attributes & automation parameters enable the automation author to pass data values from one automation component to the next. During this webinar, our FME Flow Specialists will cover leveraging the three types of these output attributes & parameters in FME Flow: Event, Custom, and Automation. As a bonus, they’ll also be making use of the Split-Merge Block functionality.
You’ll leave this webinar with a better understanding of how to maximize the potential of automations by making use of attributes & automation parameters, with the ultimate goal of setting your enterprise integration workflows up on autopilot.

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Leveraging the Graph for Clinical Trials and Standards

Katja Glaß
OpenStudyBuilder Community Manager - Katja Glaß Consulting
Marius Conjeaud
Principal Consultant - Neo4j

“How Axelera AI Uses Digital Compute-in-memory to Deliver Fast and Energy-eff...

“How Axelera AI Uses Digital Compute-in-memory to Deliver Fast and Energy-eff...

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

“Temporal Event Neural Networks: A More Efficient Alternative to the Transfor...

“Temporal Event Neural Networks: A More Efficient Alternative to the Transfor...

Principle of conventional tomography-Bibash Shahi ppt..pptx

Principle of conventional tomography-Bibash Shahi ppt..pptx

GraphRAG for LifeSciences Hands-On with the Clinical Knowledge Graph

GraphRAG for LifeSciences Hands-On with the Clinical Knowledge Graph

Artificial Intelligence and Electronic Warfare

Artificial Intelligence and Electronic Warfare

"Frontline Battles with DDoS: Best practices and Lessons Learned", Igor Ivaniuk

"Frontline Battles with DDoS: Best practices and Lessons Learned", Igor Ivaniuk

HCL Notes and Domino License Cost Reduction in the World of DLAU

HCL Notes and Domino License Cost Reduction in the World of DLAU

Deep Dive: AI-Powered Marketing to Get More Leads and Customers with HyperGro...

Deep Dive: AI-Powered Marketing to Get More Leads and Customers with HyperGro...

Northern Engraving | Nameplate Manufacturing Process - 2024

Northern Engraving | Nameplate Manufacturing Process - 2024

Your One-Stop Shop for Python Success: Top 10 US Python Development Providers

Your One-Stop Shop for Python Success: Top 10 US Python Development Providers

Fueling AI with Great Data with Airbyte Webinar

Fueling AI with Great Data with Airbyte Webinar

What is an RPA CoE? Session 1 – CoE Vision

What is an RPA CoE? Session 1 – CoE Vision

Dandelion Hashtable: beyond billion requests per second on a commodity server

Dandelion Hashtable: beyond billion requests per second on a commodity server

Programming Foundation Models with DSPy - Meetup Slides

Programming Foundation Models with DSPy - Meetup Slides

Choosing The Best AWS Service For Your Website + API.pptx

Choosing The Best AWS Service For Your Website + API.pptx

zkStudyClub - LatticeFold: A Lattice-based Folding Scheme and its Application...

zkStudyClub - LatticeFold: A Lattice-based Folding Scheme and its Application...

Essentials of Automations: Exploring Attributes & Automation Parameters

Essentials of Automations: Exploring Attributes & Automation Parameters

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Energy Efficient Video Encoding for Cloud and Edge Computing Instances

Leveraging the Graph for Clinical Trials and Standards

Leveraging the Graph for Clinical Trials and Standards

- 1. Name: Jamiya Hagger Date: February 19, 2009 Math 2163- Structure of Number Systems Journal Evaluation Form for Classroom Observations Topic or Section Evaluated(10 pts): Completing the Square Competencies Evaluated(20pts): In order to solve the equation, we need a perfect square trinomial. Key Mathematics Words Used and Defined by Instructor(40pts): Trinomial, factor, equation, perfect square, coefficient, square, formula, simplify, square root, plus or minus, adding and subtracting, dividing, simplifying. Strategies or Methods Used by Instructor(30 pts): Doing something to both sides of the equations. He wrote out each strategy and explained what he was going to do before he did it. He even went over key words that went with solving the problem. Suggested Improvements to Clarity: Write down ½ the middle term then square it( Show the formula for it)
- 2. Name Jamiya Hagger Date March 5, 2009 Math 2163- Structure of Number Systems Journal Evaluation Form for Classroom Observations Topic or Section Evaluated(10 pts): How to find the length of the radius of a circle if a chord of the circle has a length of 12cm and is 4cm from the center of the circle Competencies Evaluated(20pts): You have to have knowledge about geometry and algebra given sides, an equation, triangles, and pythagorean theorem. Key Mathematics Words Used and Defined by Instructor(40pts): Pythagorium Theorum, radius, diameter, chords, circle, squared, triangle Strategies or Methods Used by Instructor(30 pts): She drew and labled the circle for us so that she could find out what she neededl. Once she saw that she could make a triangle, she used Pythagorean theorem, showed us the equation, and then solved it step by step for us. Suggested Improvements to Clarity: nothing
- 3. Name Jamiya Hagger Date April 16, 2009 Math 2163- Structure of Number Systems Journal Evaluation Form for Classroom Observations Topic or Section Evaluated(10 pts): How to add , multiply exponents in different situations and rules that come with multiplying exponents. Competencies Evaluated(20pts): You have to know how to multiply, know how to deal with negative numbers, have some knowledge of algebra such as working with variables and exponents. Key Mathematics Words Used and Defined by Instructor(40pts): Exponents, power, notation, intergers, repeated multiplication, coefficients, repeated addition, quantity Strategies or Methods Used by Instructor(30 pts): He went by the definition first. Then he applied it to a real problem in an easy step by step process. Suggested Improvements to Clarity: He was great and explained everything clearly
- 4. Jamiya Hagger April 24, 2009 Math 2163- Structure of Number Systems Journal Evaluation Form for Classroom Observations Topic or Section Evaluated(10 pts): Solving using the Quadratic Formula Competencies Evaluated(20pts):Writing an equation in standard form, and solving using the quadratic formula and factoring. Key Mathematics Words Used and Defined by Instructor(40pts):Simplify, Coefficient, term, squared, quadratic formula, substitute, square root, solution, equation, factoring, standard form, decimation Strategies or Methods Used by Instructor(30 pts): He made sure each equation was in standard form, then showed us the quadratic formula and just plugged it in from there. He showed us the steps properly as well. Suggested Improvements to Clarity: He made a few mistakes as he went, so he needs to slow down. He also skipped over a few steps which may not be easy for typical algebra 1 or 2 students which it says it is for.
- 5. Jamiya Hagger April 30, 2009 Math 2163- Structure of Number Systems Journal Evaluation Form for Classroom Observations Topic or Section Evaluated(10 pts): Solve for hypotenuse using Pythagorean theorem, Spiral of Roots Competencies Evaluated(20pts): solve lengths of a triangle side using Pythagorean theorem and/or solving for a length of a triangle, solving for roots Key Mathematics Words Used and Defined by Instructor(40pts): square roots, Pythagorean theorem, square, hypotenuse, line segment, irrational number, right angle, diagonal, length, notation, units, right triangle Strategies or Methods Used by Instructor(30 pts): He drew a picture as well as the equation. He performed step by step process as well as solved more than one problem. Suggested Improvements to Clarity: He was not interesting, and he did not really explain everything fully.