Check under your class marks tab under the Physics 12 tab above.
Here are the surveys that your classmates need you to do:
For our science fair project, we are working on sounds that are connected to fear. To make the sounds more realistic, we are making them 3D. So when you are listening to them, please go to a quiet place, close your eyes, and use earbuds or headphones so you feel like you’re in the scene. Then rate them on a scale of 1 to 5. 5 being the most scary.
Please try not to let your friends influence your opinions. Thank-You!
Choose only one of the following links. The surveys are the same, but in different order. You should choose only one at random (flip a coin?):
Check under your subject tab, then your class, to see your current grades. This is the same as the marks on the wall in the classroom (for now). I update the wall far more frequently. Peace.
As we study gravity in both Physics 11 and 12, I thought you may like to see this. Oak Bay grad, and future physics teacher, Dan Sealey sent me this link. Check it out:
Term 1 has passed, and the first report cards are out! What a great bunch of kids you have sent me! I am loving my classes this year, in a big part due to the wonderful young people I get to work with. The new building and a great staff doesn’t hurt either.
If you wish to see the break-down of marks by task for your child’s report, you can visit the grade and class tabs above, and find the link to the grades. You will need your child’s student number – ask them. Nothing is written in stone, and any mistakes will certainly be fixed. Please let me know if something seems incorrect, and I will look onto it.
Also, grade may be improved on by writing retests, or resubmitting labs with corrections done.
Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns.
If you have lost your original Consent Form from in class, please print this, get it signed, and bring it back to class. Thanks.
You know I love a good graph! Check out this page, which shows an animated bar-graph of all the runners and their times in the New York City Marathon last year. Much more telling than a static graph for sure.
Data is beautiful!
Parent Teacher Interviews in the Main Gym.
The schedule for October 28
8:25 – 9:10 Block 3
9:15 – 10:00 Block 4
10:05 – 10:50 Block 5
10:50 – 11:00 BREAK
11:05 – 11:50 Block 6
11:55 – 12:40 Block 7
In honour of Back to the Future day, Scientific America reposted their article on time travel. Check it out!