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    MATH MASTER SCHEDULE 2022-23

     

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    Contact Information Curt Gebhard
    Email
    cgebhard@tamdistrict.org
    Phone:
    Ext. 7103 (voicemail)



     

     
    Math Master Schedule 2022-23
     
     
     
     
     
    Class information and schedules can be found by clicking on each book icon to the left.

    Grades and student progress are available by email or phone.  Parents interested in their child's grade can email me and I will inform them in as much detail as is requested.  

    Find recently updated grades and assignments on Canvas, Synergy and Edgenuity for students in the Counseling Enriched Classroom (CEC).

     

    This year I am teaching Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Statistics, and Advanced Algebra at Tamiscal. I have been teaching twenty-eight years, and this will be my 22nd year at TUHSD, and 4th at Tamiscal.  My experience includes teaching A.P. Calculus BC, A.P. Calculus AB, A.P. Computer Science, Pre-Calculus, Statistics, Trigonometry, , Trig/Stat, Advanced and Intermediate Algebra (aka Algebra II, Algebra 3-4 Trig), Honors Geometry, Geometry, Geometry A, Algebra 1-2, Alg. P1-P2, Business Math with Economic Principles, Personal Finance, Sheltered Math (ELL Algebra, Geometry, Adv. Alg.), and Math B.  I will also be providing math support for CEC students taking Algebra 1-2, Geometry 1-2, (Advanced) Algebra II, and PreCalculus on Edgenuity.
     
     
     
     
     
      

    TAMISCAL Classroom Guidelines:

    • Try your best.
    • Attend each class regularly with your Chromebook.
    • Make up missing/late work before the unit test and tests before grading periods end.
    • Independently study.
    • Stay on task in class.
    • Calculator use on phones and Desmos is encouraged.
    • Allow yourself to succeed.
    • Learn math.  I'm glad you're here.  We're gonna have a great year! 

    Keep a Notebook or Folder just for Math:

    1. Notes -- It helps you learn when you write as much as you can.  
    2. Assignments -- should be done on paper, photographed and submitted online.
    3. Tests & Quizzes -- most tests will be on paper, some quizzes will be on Canvas.
    4. Classwork/Warmup/Problems of the Week (PoW).

    Grade: 

    • Grades are based on points.  Each assignment is worth 2 points, amounting to 4-8 points per week and about 12-24 per unit.
    • Problems of the Week (PoW) are 5 points per week, 10-20 per unit, 60 per semester (or one test). Projects are 40-60 points.
    • TakeHome Quizzes are 10-20 points, group 20-30 points, Tuizzes 30 points, Quests 40, and Tests 50-70.
    • Each unit chapter is about 100 points each for around 600 points per semester, 700 with a final exam.
    • Late HW assignments will be docked 1 point (so only 75-90% possible if late.)
    • Missing tests are scored 50% if HW is turned in until it is made up.  Otherwise, it is scored 0%.
    • If a test is not made up during the grading period in which it was given, or within two weeks of the grading deadline, the max score possible will be 80%.
     
    Tests/Exams 50% GRADE - %
    Quizzes 20% A= 100-90
    Assignments 10% B=89.9-80
    Lesson Warmups/PoWs 10% C=79.9-70
    Projects/Unit Problems 10% D=69.9-60
    Notes, EC, etc.  
    F=59.9-0

     

    Each semester I hope to have one group test.  You may also substitute one project for a test on the same chapter once per semester.  In addition, there may be projects over the course of the year, probably one per semester.    

     
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    PHI                                       phi -.618

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    Grade distribution from 2022 S2:

    Tamiscal Math S2 2021-22

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    Grade distribution from 2021 R2:

    Tamiscal Math Fall 2021

    2021 S1 Math Course Grades

    GRADE Adv Alg PreCalc Stat
    A 8 3 1
    B 4 3 5
    C 4 2 2

    Grade distribution from 2021 R1:

     Grades R1 2021

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    Independent Study hours logged (5 per week)

    COURSE 8/27 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 AVG
    Pre Calculus 1 4.50 3.83 3.67 4.60 4.20 4.16
    Statistics 1 3.50 3.50 2.50 7.60 5.80 4.58
    Advanced Algebra 1 3.79 3.64 2.77 3.82 3.45 3.49
    6 PC students 27 23 22 23 21  
    5 Stat students 21 21 15 38 29  
    14 Adv Alg students 53 51 36 42 38  
    Pre Calculus 1 90.0% 76.7% 73.3% 76.7% 70.0% 77.3%
    Statistics 1 84.0% 84.0% 60.0% 152.0% 116.0% 99.2%
    Advanced Algebra 1 75.7% 72.9% 51.4% 60.0% 54.3% 62.9%

     

    Average IS hours logged in R1

    Avg IS hours by course each week

     

    Grade distribution from 2020-21:

     

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    Math Grades by Course

     

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    S1 Grades 2020

     

     

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    R4 Math

     

     

     

    Curt Gebhard is inviting you to a scheduled Math Class.

    Topic: Math Class

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