**Week of 11/13**

11/16: (#6) Complete “Fractions > Fractions with Objects” on MathSpace.

11/15: (#5) Spend 15-20 minutes on a MathSpace lesson of your choosing.

11/14: (#4) Spend 15-20 minutes on a MathSpace lesson of your choosing.

11/13: (#3) Spend 15-20 minutes on a MathSpace lesson of your choosing.

**Week of 11/6**

11/7: (#2) Spend 15 minutes on any unfinished classwork. (Email me your evaluation of your goals if you have not already done so.)

11/6: (#1) Spend 15 minutes on any unfinished classwork. (Email me your evaluation of your goals if you have not already done so.)

**Week of 10/30**

11/2: (#12) Review the math goals and learning goals you set in the beginning of the quarter, assess each in a couple of sentences and email that assessment to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

11/1: (#11) Spend 15 more minutes on the Mathspace assignments (https://mathspace.co/student/)

10/31: (#10) Spend 15 minutes on POW 6: Corey Camel.

**Week of 10/23**

10/26: (#9) Spend 15 minutes on any unfinished work from class.

10/25: (#8) Spend 15 minutes on unfinished Math Space tasks.

10/24: (#7) Spend 15 minutes creating a problem like POW Around the Horn.

10/23: (#6) Spend 15 minutes working on “Around the Horn” Leave some evidence in your math notebook.

**Week of 10/16**

10/19: (#5) Make a plan to address the three problems on your list of the three hardest parts of converting metrics or measuring with metrics. How can you make each less of a problem?

10/17: (#4) Make a list of the three hardest parts of converting metrics or measuring with metrics.

10/16: (#3) Measure five things (large and small) in your home using a metric ruler.

**Week of 10/10**

10/12: (#2) Spend 20 minutes working on the metric length conversions (metrics 10-12-17).

10/10: (#1) Spend 20 minutes working on the metric length conversions (Metric Lengths Worksheet).

**Week of 10/2**

10/4: (#13) Write a seven-minute journal entry about how well the pre-quiz went. What do you think you did well? What do you think you could have done better?

10/3: (#12) (Take 2) Type up the problem, process and solution to the Broken Eggs problem. Write the problem clearly in your own words, describe what we did to solve it and state the solution(s). Email it to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

10/2: Type up the problem, process and solution to the Broken Eggs problem. Write the problem clearly in your own words, describe what we did to solve it and state the solution(s). Email it to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

**Week of 9/25**

9/28** (**#11) Look in a newspaper, magazine or online news site and find an example of math used in an article. It could be a graph, a cited statistic, anything math-related. Bring the example to class tomorrow or email it to me so we can share it with the class.

9/25: (#10 – Again) Choose a math problem from our handouts that you found difficult. Use it as a model to create a new problem like it. Email the new problem to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

9/25: (#10) Choose a math problem from our handouts that you found difficult. Use it as a model to create a new problem like it. Email the new problem to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

**Week of 9/18**

9/19: (#9) Buy a three-ring binder to collect the math handouts.

9/18: (#8) Type up your revised two-step math problems with one extra piece of math info and email it to powers [at] er9 [dot] org.

**Week of 9/11**

9/14: (#7) Solve one more problem from today’s worksheet (Math Skills 9-14-17).

9/13: (#6) Type the goals you wrote today. Email them to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

9/11: (#5) Finish and type the problem you created today. Email it to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org.

**Week of 9/5**

9/7: (#4) Type the math problem you created and email it to me at jpowers [at] er9 [dot] org..

9/6: (#3) Use math in some way and write down what you did in your notebook.

9/5: (#2) Ask your parents to tell you two ways they use math in their job or everyday life.

**Week of 8/30**

8/30: (#1) What are three math skill areas I want to improve this semester. Write them in your journal. Get a spiral ring (graphing?) notebook. Email me at JPowers [at] er9 [dot] org and say hello.