Juniour Year Reflection
 If you set goals for yourself this year in Math class, were they achieved? Why or why not?
 Do you feel more confident in your math abilities? Why or why not?
 Did you feel you were able to balance this class with other classes you were taking?
 Do you feel prepared for Math 4 as a senior and any other math electives you may choose to take?
Independent Research Project
Memorable P.O.W. (Term 2)
Term Reflection
I didn't particularly have goals this semester, but finishing with a pretty good grade and completing all my assignments (which I did in fact do this semester) likely would be what I would have made my goals. I accomplished this by not procrastinating and using my class time wisely. All of the classwork went well for me, but a couple of the POWs required me to put in a significant amount of effort. In the end however, it turned out for the best as it helped me to change my process to solve problems I don't initially know how to approach better.
I have changed as an individual throughout the course of this semester in part due to this class and in part due to my calculus class. Because of mainly POWs, I've had to change the way I approach a problem to be a more systemic and allencompassing. For example, I now like to begin by extracting important information from a problem, then drawing it out as many times as it takes for an idea to emerge. In the past, I would have tended towards just looking for a numeric answer or formula. This change means that I can actually solve the problem more efficiently, as well as understand the problem better. It also makes me more assured in the correctness of an answer.
In the second semester, I would like to get a good grade and complete all of my assignments, but I would also like to find ways to expand on my classwork to make it more relevant to me. I struggle with relevancy in this class sometimes because I have learned most, if not all of the content in the past. The POWs, thankfully, require more thought, but still rely on skills I have already grasped. Making this change will allow me to take more responsibility for my learning and just enjoy the class more.
I have changed as an individual throughout the course of this semester in part due to this class and in part due to my calculus class. Because of mainly POWs, I've had to change the way I approach a problem to be a more systemic and allencompassing. For example, I now like to begin by extracting important information from a problem, then drawing it out as many times as it takes for an idea to emerge. In the past, I would have tended towards just looking for a numeric answer or formula. This change means that I can actually solve the problem more efficiently, as well as understand the problem better. It also makes me more assured in the correctness of an answer.
In the second semester, I would like to get a good grade and complete all of my assignments, but I would also like to find ways to expand on my classwork to make it more relevant to me. I struggle with relevancy in this class sometimes because I have learned most, if not all of the content in the past. The POWs, thankfully, require more thought, but still rely on skills I have already grasped. Making this change will allow me to take more responsibility for my learning and just enjoy the class more.
Memorable P.O.W.s
I am proud of this POW because it shows how I worked with Caeley, Ava, Amanda, and Nyana on this problem. We had a lot of fun writing out the first 30 or so terms of the sequence, and then dividing and conquering to complete the report. I was frustrated by the solution, as I could not make it perfect, but it was still enjoyable
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I am proud of this POW because, again, I worked on it with Caeley, Ava, Amanda, and Nyana, but also because it has a beautiful, concrete, equation as a solution. We struggled on this problem for a couple days, but that struggle made it all the more satisfying to solve.



Silverton WriteUp
Below is a report on the state of water quality in the Upper Animas River Basin.