Mr. Mark Catalfano

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Mr. Mark Catalfano

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Hi Everyone.  Please find information for distance learning below regarding my classes.  Please email me at mark_catalfano@pittsford.monroe.edu if you have any questions or concerns.

Algebra 2 CC:

  • I will continue to stay in touch through email a few times a week.
  • Microsoft Teams and Microsoft OneNote will be the primary sources I will use to disseminate information. Log in and passwords for those platforms should be the same as if you were logging into a school computer. 
  • Practice questions will be provided through Delta Math and Castle Learning. Please let me know if you have log in issues with either of these sites.

 

Precalc

  • There is no essential work to be completed at this time, however that may change in the future.
  • I will continue to stay in touch through email a few times a week.
  • When appropriate, Microsoft Teams and Microsoft OneNote will be the primary sources I will use to disseminate information. Log in and passwords for those platforms should be the same as if you were logging into a school computer. 
  • If you are interested, our planned topics of instruction to finish the year were:   
  1.   Trig Graphing
  2.   Polar Coordinates
  3.   Conic Sections
  4.   Limits
  • I encourage you to view online videos through youtube or Google searches to get tutorials with these topics.

 

Again, please email me with any questions or concerns.  Be well!

Mark Catalfano

 

  1. Good Mathematicians build confidence by solving problems they are comfortable with EARLY.
  2. Good Mathematicians have a positive mindset for a challenging problem by using strategies they have learned.
  3. Good Mathematicians read each problem carefully and make sure they understand what the question is asking them to do.
  4. Good Mathematicians check their answer to make sure it makes sense.
  5. Good Mathematicians have a positive mindset by trying their best and trusting in their work

 

 

"Good better best, never let it rest, until your good is better than best."

mark_catalfano@pittsford.monroe.edu

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