Your supply list for my class is simple:
          a) a brain. (You must be prepared to be think and analyze.)
          b) a positive attitude.  (Why be negative??)
    Beyond that, you are smart enough to do what you (individually) need to do to keep up with class.  So do it.
    We have implemented a paperless classroom.  We use Microsoft OneNote on tablets in class.  OneNote is our electronic notebook.  I have a set of tablets in the classroom for your in-class use.  (These tablets have styli by which we write out our "notes". )
    If you are thinking of buying your own machine, make sure you can use a stylus with it to write the mathematics.  The stylus is essential.  It is REALLY difficult to do mathematics on a keyboard!  Come talk to me if you are not sure what to buy.  But again, you don't have to buy anything.
    At the very least you have the Microsoft OneNote app (not the on-line version of OneNote) downloaded to your machine (you get a free download as a student of Loundoun County Public Schools).
Last Modified on August 20, 2018