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Oct-Dec 2016

Individual Goals

From your conference with Dr Cate, identify all of your individual goals relevant to maths.

Reflect on each in the table below and set some new goals for this coming unit of work.

Initial goal

achieve this goal? Were

you successful?

how might you revise this

goal? What is your strategy

for achieving it?

throughout the week in class.

week at all.

share my ideas and to share

in class discussion

and self assessment part of

the problem of the week.

this goal fully and get credit

for it.

for all the sections for the

POW

1. To share three times throughout the week in class

2. Go more in depth on all the POW sections

3.

Mathematical Concepts and weekly growth

Each week, reflect on your maths work, skills as a collaborator and one or more of your

individual goals. Provide evidence of your growth and plans for the coming week

Week 1:

Mathematical Skill - what

did you learn or work on this

week?

habits of mathematicians you used!

of solutions that are out of

the box when working on the

The Broken Eggs

Persistent, When working on this problem I tried to think really

logically by just trying to find a function to solve the equation.

But after a while I realized that I could just look at the multiples

of seven and see if they worked. Just because I was trying to

make life harder by finding a function while could've just

looked at multiples of seven that were odd numbers

My Group collaboration

and participation - what

week?

collaboration or participation

skills did you try this week?

The Broken Eggs

and respect everyone opinion. I learned this because when I

was discussing this problem with my group we all had different

answers and different way to get the answers. We all to listen

to each other and be able to really listen to their explanation to

what they were saying, instead of being closed minded and

sticking to our opinion.

individual goal did you make

progress in this week?

was the Work on the

extension part and self

assessment part of the

problem of the week.

Sticky gum problem

And

The Broken Eggs

first and current POW. The first POW has like two sentences

for the self assessment and then if you look at my current one

you can see their is two paragraphs explaining the self

assessments.

Week 2:

Mathematical Skill - what

did you learn or work on this

week?

habits of mathematicians you used!

Marcellas Bagels.

when I was trying to simplify the equation I wrote down the

steps I took to simplify the equation.

participation - what

collaboration or participation

skills did you try this week?

week?

Marcellas Bagels

different answer than I did and so we worked together to come

to a compromise/check each other's work. Instead of changing

my idea because I didnt have the same one I explained my

Individual goals - which

individual goal did you make

progress in this week?

to share in class.

one of Dr.cates lectures I asked a clarifying question.

Week 3:

Mathematical Skill - what

did you learn or work on this

week?

habits of mathematicians you used!

use/solve a Sigma.

because at first didnt get how to use or solve for a sigma.

Then I asked Felix for help and he explained it to me and I kind

of got it. So then I asked him to clarifying questions I could

understand better. If you were to look at my add it up

worksheet you would see that all the questions are answered

and understandable.

participation - what

collaboration or participation

skills did you try this week?

week?

when we were working on

the pulling out rules

worksheet.

a different function but the same answer. We all got the they

needed 11 people to pull out the 30 bags of weeds. So we had

to listen to each other explain our different functions and how

we got the answer. At the end some people had wrong

functions and some people had the same function just in a

different order.

individual goal did you make

progress in this week?

Go more in depth on all the

POW sections.

You can see this on this week POW I went really depth in all of

the sections. Next week I really want to work on my goal of

sharing in class three times in class.

Week 4:

did you learn or work on this

week?

habits of mathematicians you used!

Border Varieties.

project. Used this because the way I solved this problem was

multiple the numbers of sides by the length of the sides, and

that equals 40 then I subtracted 4 because the sides overlap.

Then my partner Danny said it equaled 44 tiles and he

explained his reasoning and then I explained mine and my

made more sense.

participation - what

collaboration or participation

skills did you try this week?

week?

other people their are

wrong without listening to

their reasoning behind

their answer.

continue to explain my answer. But this week I listen to

his reason behind his answer and tried to find the answer.

individual goal did you make

progress in this week?

I made no progress in my

goals this week.

three times in class. I will do this by asking clarifying

questions.

Week 5:

Mathematical Skill - what

did you learn or work on this

week?

habits of mathematicians you used!

presentation

I used the habit to look for patterns. I used this habit because

when I was listing to other peoples presentation I had to look

for similar patterns to other problems. Like relating the Broken

egg problem to the 1-2-3-4 Problem because you have to try

multiple things/equations to get the answers.

participation - what

collaboration or participation

skills did you try this week?

week?

group to make the

presentation.

doing what in the presentation. Because Leslie wanted to do

the mistakes you can make while solving this problem and I

also wanted to do this section. So we came up with a

compromise of she could both do the section. This is very

important because when working in groups we have to learn to

compromise. Next week want to work keeping my sass down

during exhibition towards my group.

individual goal did you make

progress in this week?

times each week.

because last week I shared zero times. I really want to

improve on sharing in class.

Summary of understanding

Look at Edmodo and calculate the percentage of submitted assignments: 95%

Look at Powerschool and find out the proportion of your assignments with an A, B, C, D or F

grade. Complete this table:

Grade

Number of

assignments

A

Summary of understanding. (If someone outside the school asked you to explain what you

learned during this unit and how it is relevant to your life, what would you say? Think about the

progression of concepts from start to finish and think about what new things you would like to

learn and why.)

I would tell them, throughout this unit we have learn to see math through patterns. Math

algorithms were used in the problems we need to solve. We also used the system of equation.

Ex. 5 variables = 5 equations for System of equations. We learned that their is always multiple

solutions to a problem.

Ex. For the 1-2-3-4 problem people got different ways of getting 4 or 12.

Over all in this unit we learned that their is patterns in math and that we should always have an

open mind when coming up with solutions because sometimes there will be more than one.

Grade Justification. (Looking back over all of your work during this unit, suggest a grade that

you think you deserve and provide justification for that grade. Explain how you have grown as a

mathematician and in your effort to achieve goals. Remember that a higher grade is justified by

growth not final proficiency. For example, even if you understood all of the mathematical

concepts, but you didnt challenge yourself in your group work or to achieve your goals, your

grade would not be as high.)

I feel like I deserve a B. This is because even though I always got my work done and was

publish worthy. I never really pushed myself, I didnt really meet my goal of raising hand three

times each week. But I completed my goal of going more indepth in my POWS. Myself as a

group member have grown a lot, before it was really hard for me to take other peoples ideas

into consideration, but now im a really good a taking everyones ideas and compromising ways

to put them into our product. This is why I feel like I deserve a B because even though I pushed

myself in something's their was still a lot I could do to push myself.

What grade do you think you deserve for this unit?: I think I deserve a B in this unit.

Provide a justification for your grade:

This is because I feel like I did grow a lot but I didnt grow to the best of my potential

because I couldnt raise my hand in class three times per week. Because I believe that

was the only thing holding me back, because I always turned in my work on time and the

times I didnt is because I had a doctor's appointment that day and I had to wait until the

next day to get help from my peers or Dr.Cate. That is why I feel like I deserve a B.

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