AP Stats Discipline Standards

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AP Statistics
Ms. Febles
CLASSROOM CONDUCT STANDARDS
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Follow directions at all times - the first time they are given.
Be in your seat with all necessary materials and ready to BEGIN CLASS when
the bell rings.
Be actively engaged in the lesson, that is, ask and answer questions. You are
responsible for your own learning, copy all notes and complete all class work
on time.
Respect others around you. Using good manners in the classroom will make
your time here more productive and enjoyable. Remember that everyone’s
suggestions are important. This is a place to listen and share ideas.
Avoid behavior that disrupts learning. Remember that you are responsible for
your actions.
Absolutely NO TEXTING and no filming/pictures during class. At Terra, using
technology is encouraged as long as it enhances learning not detracts from it.
Failure to abide by the guidelines above will result in various disciplinary actions.
Depending on the severity and frequency of the offense, consequences to disruptive
behavior will include:
- Verbal Warning - Student/Teacher Conference
- Parent Contact
- Referral of student to counselor/administration
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TIPS FOR SUCCESS
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Organize yourself: Make sure you have all materials in your book bag before
coming to school. At home, set a time to do homework and study. Establish a
routine and stick to it.
Maintain your notebook/take good notes: Your notebook will be your guide for
completing assignments when your teacher is not there to help you. It will also be
a powerful study tool as you prepare for exams. Please make sure you
understand the notebook guidelines for your class; they will be discussed the first
week of school.
Follow lecture and class exercises: Try to listen as actively as possible. Think
about what the teacher is saying and how the problem is being solved. Write
everything down, this will help you understand and remember. Ask questions if
you are uncertain about a particular step or part of a solution. Be specific! By
listening attentively, you will also be ready to respond if you are called upon to
answer a question.
Prepare for exams: Find out what kind of exam you will be taking (multiple choice
or free response test). Make sure you know what material will be on it. Start
reviewing immediately using your notes/textbook and, if you encounter problems,
ask your teacher for help during reviews. Use flashcards, reread your notes, look
over old homework problems and practice solving them again. The more problems
you solve the more confident you will be during the test.
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