UPDATE PATTERNS IN (ENVIRONMENTAL) MATH SPRING 2022 SITARAMAN
PATTERNS IN (ENVIRONMENTAL) MATH 12 Section 3 SPRING 2022 UPDATE PAGE
SITARAMAN

Course Page with syllabus, grading policy and general information

Welcome.
Here you will see info about what we did in class, upcoming exams, solutions for past exams, etc.,

Zoom link for classes and my cell number for help are in the "Content" section of Blackboard.

Here is what we did last time I taught this class: UPDATE PAGE FROM SPRING 2021
Not everything will be the same but you can get an idea.

POLLS ARE 40% OF GRADE. IF YOU PAY ATTENTION, EASY TO GET THEM RIGHT.

CHECK AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK!!



Started 1/12/2022
Class videos will be posted on Echo360.org. Will send invite for logging into Echo360.
Please make sure you have Zoom and Echo360 logins on your computer.
Will send invite for Echo360 for watching class videos and cell-phone number for contacting me.



Monday, 1/24/2022.
Today we talked about climate change and graphs.
Notes from class today.

Also look at these notes from Spring 2019.

Friday, 1/21/2022.
Today we talked about numbers and number systems.
Notes from class today.

Check out this article: Are there more stars than there are grains of sand on Earth?

Wednesday, 1/19/2022.
Today we introduced each other and talked about an example for misleading use of statistics.
Notes from class today.

IMPORTANT:Please also go to Journal under "Tools", click on "Create Entry" and upload an honor code affirmation statement as instructed there.
You MUST do this ASAP.

We also watched the first two of the following videos. We will see examples of how math is used in studying climate change during class.
WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE? VIDEO: climate change 101
WEATHER VS CLIMATE
THE ECONOMIC INJUSTICE OF PLASTIC


Tuesday, 1/12/2022.
Instructions for preparing for first class on wednesday 1/19/2022.
Will send zoom link for class through blackboard.

IMPORTANT:Please also go to Journal under "Tools", click on "Create Entry" and upload an honor code affirmation statement as instructed there.
You MUST do this ASAP.

We will have polls during class, and they will count for 40% of grade. Only correct answers get credit.
Also on blackboard instructions for starting course journal will be posted. It is 20% of grade.
Please watch the following videos. We will see examples of how math is used in studying climate change during class.
WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE? VIDEO: climate change 101
WEATHER VS CLIMATE
THE ECONOMIC INJUSTICE OF PLASTIC