Welcome to Mr. Pangman's Class:Announcements:I am placing a few documents under the tab called "worksheets". You can find Jeopardy # 3 and the Geometry booklet pages there.(For additional math practice, go to the Jefferson Lab link. Go to math/ grade 4 and do some 20 question practice tests. You can actually send me the results by email. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org)Math SOL testing practice: Jefferson Lab mathVA. Studies: Practice testMore VA. Studies: take the test challengeAdditional Math: everything you ever wantedCapacity song to help remember Gallons and more:CapacityGrading Information:When using Phoenix grade book - If you see a "0" grade, it means that the assignment was not complete. Students may complete and turn the assignment in for full credit. I then will replace the "0" grade in the grade book.Interesting and/or useless information:
Avedis Donabedian, a professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health, was a towering figure in the field of quality measurement. He developed what is known as Donabedian’s triad, which states that quality can be measured by looking at outcomes (how the subjects fared), processes (what was done) and structures (how the work was organized). In 2000, shortly before he died, he was asked about his view of quality. What this hard-nosed scientist answered is shocking at first, then somehow seems obvious.
Our businesslike efforts to measure and improve quality are now blocking the altruism, indeed the love, that motivates people to enter the helping professions. While we’re figuring out how to get better, we need to tread more lightly in assessing the work of the professionals who practice in our most human and sacred fields.
- the belief in or practice of disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others.
"some may choose to work with vulnerable elderly people out of altruism"
behavior of an animal that benefits another at its own expense.