RC Foundations of Algebra Welcome
Daniel Hendrickson graduated from Auburn University in 1982 with a BSME in Mechanical Engineering. Daniel Hendrickson worked in the professional world for twenty one years before he began his teaching career. Daniel Hendrickson received his Master's in Education in 2004 from Wilmington University, passing the praxis in both Math and Science and he began teaching career at this time.
Foundations of Algebra is where variables are used to replace numbers. Variables will then be manipulated in many different ways to solve equations and expressions. It is these variables that will be used quite extensively to solve futrue math problems in Algebra and more difficult courses.
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Have your students review these websites:
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math websites for various lessons for high school students for multiple subject
areas including Algebra, Algebra 2, Geometry, SAT, and ACT
Math is Fun website
New Jersey spotlight : PARCC Questions and student responses
New Jersey : PARCC Questions and website
Math at Cumberland Regional High School should be a fun and challenging stepping stone to what you choose to do with your future.
Building your individual pathway ....
to become successful in
Your creative future!
Remember Math is used to solve many problems within our immediate communities, our local levels, our counties, and our states. Math is also used to bring countries together to help solve the world ecconomic crisis, natural devasations, pollution, and other problems that exist throughout.
Most people become more secure in their future when they use math to help plan for retirement or future. Math is used in all levels of our socieities and will continue to be an answer for many solutions in our world's future.
Course Syllabus and Expectations:
Unit 1: Tools of Algebra
Handouts Unit 1
Unit 2: Solving Equations
Handouts Unit 2
Unit 3: Solving Inequalities
Handouts Unit 3
Unit 4: Exponents
Handouts Unit 4
Unit 5: Graphs and Functions
Handouts Unit 5
Unit 6: Linear Equations
Handouts Unit 6
Classroom Academic and Management Procedures
Cumberland Regional Math Student’s Name__________________________
Classroom Academic and Management Procedures
My name is Dan Hendrickson and I will be your child’s Math Instructor. Academic expectations include the ability to demonstrate mastery of knowledge and application of skills for the standards set forth for each subject area. The following will outline what is expected of your child for this course. Remember, together we can make this new challenge a rewarding one for your child.
A. Each marking period grade will be computed based on the following areas of performance and with the percentages listed in each area.
1. Tests- 40%
a. Are announced at least ONE DAY in advance.
b. The material will be based on the material covered prior to the previous test.
c. Review will usually be the day before the test.
2. Quizzes- 35%
a. Are not necessarily announced.
b. Notebooks could be collected and count as a quiz grade at any time. (Students are required to bring their notebooks everyday).
3. Homework/Classwork- 25%
a. Late assignments will be accepted and only graded as partial credit. If the assignment is more than one week old the grade will be a zero for that particular assignment.
· All assignments will fall into one of these three categories.
B. Make-up work:
1. Tests and quizzes are to be made up the following day. Make-ups can be completed during class, during SERA, or after school.
2. If absent, any missed work will be assigned when the student returns. Absent students will have as many days as the class had to complete the work and those days according to the handbook.
C. Classroom Rules/Procedures:
1. Students are expected to be in their assigned seats with all necessary materials when the late bell rings.
2. Students are expected to treat the teacher and other students with respect at all times and act appropriately.
3. Students are expected to be prepared for class (pen/pencil, notebook and textbook) every day.
4. Students will be expected to keep the classroom neat without trash.
5. Textbooks must be covered at all times.
6. Students will remain seated until dismissal by the teacher.
7. Cell Phones and IPODS/ MP3 players are not to be utilized in class.
8. No food or drinks are allowed after 7:45 A.M.
9. Students are expected to maintain a learning environment at all times.
10. Students are expected to follow all the rules that are in the student handbook.
Let’s make this class a learning experience for each student and make a commitment to work together so that this school year is extremely successful for all of the students involved.
Phone # 451-9400 Ext. 393
Mr. Hendrickson's Education Journey:
Dan Hendrickson chose to go away from what he knew and loved, in South Jersey. Dan chose a major school university in a very small town and a very different state in in the rural south of Alabama:
He chose Auburn University, the home of the mighty Auburn Tigers
He Graduated from Auburn University with a BSME (Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering) in 1982. Down in War Eagle Country!
Math Certification for teaching math was awarded and earned in 2004.
Master's Degree was awarded and earned in 2004.