This preview shows pages 1–3. Sign up to view the full content.
This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: Physical Science 100 Winter 2011 Sections 16-24 Dr./Bro./Prof./Sensei Gee WELCOME! Physical Science 100 377 CB Sections 16-24 Me, Myself, and I s Dr./Bro./Prof./Sensei Gee s Originally from Cleveland, OH s 5 children s Destined to teach this class s Acoustics research Jets, rockets, very large guns s My contact info: N-243 ESC 422-1544 email@example.com Teaching Assistant Help s You are encouraged to attend the homework help ession you signed session you signed up for. In addition please use the walk-in help lab in N252 ESC. Some of our best TAs providing hands Some of our best TAs providing hands-on on instruction. instruction. Clickers s We put the students to sleep with Powerpoint so we have to wake them up with clickers Scott Bergeson s Register your clicker number by going o ttp://ps100.byu.edu to http://ps100.byu.edu . s Clicker quizzes are worth 2 points per day for a total of 60 points altogether. The highest 30 count. The lowest ~10 are dropped. 2 points for correct answer 1 point for being present with batteries that work. Notes and Syllabus s My notes are available on Blackboard. s The syllabus is only online at http://ps100.byu.edu. Read it carefully! It has information on Grade scale xam schedule Exam schedule Homework Exemption exam Lecture schedule s In the homework help section this week the TAs will answer all questions about how the class functions. Please attend! Two ways to pass this class s Your grade is the better of Homework + quizzes + midterms + final Final s The most common grade is an A. s The second most common grade is E. My Advice To You s Attitude is (almost) everything s Read the chapter before coming to class (it really does help!) s Come to class s Bring your clicker + extra batteries ake notes s Take notes s Ask questions s Learn principles s Use the TAs in N-252 ESC (see schedule online) s Dont underestimate His desire and ability to help...
View Full Document
This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course PHY S 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.
- Winter '08