Assignments 2/28

February 28, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

• I showed everyone a little bit about trees
• Then we worked on the Final Exam review

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• I handed back the quizzes
• I went over the anwers
• Everyone started on Lesson 8

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We did some review worksheets

Assignments 2/25

February 25, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

• We started the Final Exam Review

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• People did Lesson 6 (due today)
• People started on Lesson 8

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We did some review worksheets

Assignments 2/24

February 24, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

• We finished the Ch. 7 test
• We started the Final Exam Review

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• People did Lesson 6 (due tomorrow)
• Some people started on Lesson 8

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We did some review worksheets

Assignments 2/21

February 21, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

• We did the Ch. 7 test

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• We took a quiz
• Then people started working on Lesson 6
• ACM TechNews is due today
• The next Journaling assignment is due as well

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We took some notes
• We worked on finding the area under the curve using the calculator

Assignments 2/20

February 20, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• We finished Lesson 5
• I opened Lesson 6 about half-way into the hour
• Quiz tomorrow

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We took a quiz
• Then we started working on Z-Scores

Assignments 2/19

February 19, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• We worked on Lessons 5
• Tomorrow is the last day to work on Lesson 5
• There will be a quiz Friday

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We finished the worksheet from yesterday
• Then we did a 20 minute SAT-Prep assignment

Assignments 2/18

February 18, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• We worked on Lessons 4 and 5
• There will be a quiz after lesson 5

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency and the normal curve

• We also took notes
• Then we did this worksheet

Assignments 2/14

February 14, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions.  This unit focuses on Location Theory

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• We worked on Lessons 4 and 5
• There will be a quiz after lesson 5

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency

• We also took notes
• Then we did Pg. 833 #2-22
• We also did a SAT-prep

Assignments 2/13

February 13, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will start moving away from Solver and start learning other ways to optimize solutions

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• I gave 15 minutes of class time to finish up any little thing on Lesson 3
• Then we worked on Lessons 4 and 5

Algebra 2:

Students will review central tendency

• We did the rest of this worksheet from yesterday
• We also took notes
• Then we did Pg. 833 #2-8, 12-19

Assignments 2/12

February 12, 2020

Coding:

Students will use some of the more advanced features of block coding

Industrial Engineering:

Students will practice using the binary constraint in Excel

• We finished the Ch. 6 Quiz
• Then we started this assignment relating to Location Theory

APCSP:

Students will start some more advanced coding through Code.org, specifically, app design

• We worked on Lesson 3 of Code.org
• There will be 15 minutes of class time to finish up any little thing on Lesson 3

Algebra 2:

Students will review finish probability, then review central tendency

• And we did more of this worksheet
• We also did Pg. 840 #6,7,8,13,16,29