Please refer to your hard copy of our syllabus for the St. Gregory Faculty Handbook definition of academic integrity.
We will discuss what plagiarism is. I will know it when I see it and you will know it when you do it. There are a number of great sites to help you get a handle on the definition. Most importantly, just cite any original thought (that isn't yours) and do your own work. Never submit something you've taken from someone (including the Internet) else. For more info refer to the following sites:
If you need an extension for any of the written assignments, you must ask Dr. Berry at least 24 hours in advance for that extension. We will decide on a reasonable date and then the assignment must be turned in with no additional extensions granted (each student is eligible for only one extension/semester). Student led discussions and presentations wil NOT be granted extensions. Late work without an official extension will not be accepted without penalty. For each day the assignment is late, your grade will be decreased by a FULL letter grade. For example, if an assignment is 2 days late, your grade automatically will drop from an A to a B+.
If you have been absent, see me the day you return, and we will discuss any missed in-class assignments. Please hand in late homework as soon as possible (the above late work policy will, of course, apply to ALL absences, including excused absences). Make-up final exams will NOT be given. If you miss a presentation (group or individual), for any reason, it cannot be made up without penalty.
The policy is: Do NOT Be Late to Class. When the bell rings you should be in your seats ready to begin the class. Walking in late is disruptive and disrespectful and will result in a 10% loss of your participation grade for the day.
For a list of graded assignments for the current year, please click here
Grades are Assessed based on the Following Scale (as required by The Gregory School):
A+ 4.3 (98-100) A 4.0 (93-97) A- 3.7 (90-92) B+ 3.3 (87-89) B 3.0 (83-86) B- 2.7 (80-82) C+ 2.3 (77-79) C 2.0 (73-76) C- 1.7 (70-72) D+ 1.3 (67-69) D 1.0 (63-66) D- 0.7 (60-62) F 0.0 (0-59)
You may inquire about your grade at any time during the year, and I encourage you to come talk with me if you have any concerns about your progress in the course.
A student will not be admitted to any state university with a deficiency (an average lower than C or less than four mathematics courses) in more than two departments, or in both mathematics and science.