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View your grades (Homework, Quizzes, and most clicker results so far) through GradeBook
If you have think you have a missing homework grade in error, go to the moodle homework site and check there. It is more up to date. If you still think there is an error, email your TA.
If we have none of your clicks listed on GradeBook, FIRST check to see that you registered your name with your clicker ID by Mar 2 when we downloaded them. NEXT check to see if we have your clicker ID on any of the tables of results. It is a complicated process for us to merge the databases of clicker IDs with the GradeBook, so it will not update just because you register now. We will do it again after the last class. If you still think there is an error, email Tyler with your clicker ID and ask him to check.
Clickers grades on GradeBook were updated last Mar 3.
This course is being screen cast, which means you may watch the lectures a few hours after class. The lecture pdfs are also posted on the schedule a few hours after lecture.
Clicker IDs that we have registered so far
Clicker results listed for the first few weeks of lectures
Instructions to Register your Clicker or set up a cell phone to use as a clicker for this class
Course Material: You will need
a TurningPoint Clicker for this course. They are available at the
bookstore. You may use an ipod or blackberry with special software if
you prefer. Please be prepared to answer clicker questions every
Attend lectures. The lectures indicate the topics the instructor believes are most challenging and important. Valuable example problems will be discussed in class and in discussion sections. Material will be given in lecture and discussion sections that is not in the textbook or readings and you will be expected to know it.
questions with your classmates outside
of class. Go to office hours or email the TAs when you
need help. Don't be afraid to ask questions in class. Use
email if you feel uncomfortable asking a question or wish to
anonymously communicate some helpful feedback to the instructor.