Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science(chemistry)
Mrs. Marilyn B Stallings
I was born on January 29, in Aiken, South Carolina my family relocated to Beulaville in the late 70"s, and four years later I became a graduate of East Duplin. I furthered my
education by attending North Carolina Agriculture and Technical University where I graduated Bachelor of Science in chemistry with a minor in math. After my college graduation I
married my husband, Orrin, and we have been married for thirty-three years and have three children. All three of my children, Tabitha, Matthew, and Benjamin were born in
Atlanta, GA. However, in 2001, we packed up and headed back to Panther country where both I and my husband had graduated. I have been teaching at East Duplin since we
moved back in 2001. Over the course of my twenty years here I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Foundation of Math 1, Math 1, Math 1 honors, and Math 2 honors.
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Email Address: mastallings @duplinschools.net
School Phone Number: (910) 298-4535
Google Voice: (910) 518-0054
To provide students a survey of Mathematical concepts and practices to successfully advance to NC Math 1. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators, will be used regularly for instruction and assessment.
Foundation of Math I. Math I
- Numbers & Operations. 1. Patterns. 6. Geometry
- Algebra 2. Functions 7. Polynomials
- Functions 3. Linear Functions 8. Quadratics
- Linear Functions 4. Linear Systems. 9. Statistics
- Systems of Linear Equations 5. Exponential Functions
- Exponential Functions
Netiquette is a set of rules for behaving properly online. The instructor wishes to foster a safe online learning environment. All opinions and experiences, no matter how different or controversial they may be perceived, must be respected in the tolerant spirit of academic discourse. You are encouraged to comment, question, or critique an idea but you are not to attack an individual. Working as a community of learners, we can build a polite and respectful course community. The following netiquette tips will enhance the learning experience for everyone in the course:
- Do not dominate any discussion.
- During Google Meets REMEMBER muting microphone when others are speaking, appropriate attire and backgrounds, appropriate comment in chat, eliminate distractions,be attentive, etc.).
- Give other students the opportunity to join in the discussion.
- Do not use offensive language. Present ideas appropriately.
- Be cautious in using Internet language. For example, do not capitalize all letters since this suggests shouting.
- Popular emoticons such as ☺ or / can be helpful to convey your tone but do not overdo or overuse them.
- Avoid using vernacular and/or slang language. This could possibly lead to misinterpretation.
- Never make fun of someone’s ability to read or write.
- Share tips with other students. ● Keep an “open-mind” and be willing to express even your minority opinion. Minority opinions have to be respected.
- Think and edit before you push the “Send” button. ● Do not hesitate to ask for feedback.
2. Check announcements
3. Bell Ringers
4. Keep and date notes (in a Notebook)
5. All assignments for this course will be submitted electronically for at least the 1st five weeks unless students have packets and they are due weekly(Monday)
(Show work for ALL assignments)
6. All discussion assignments must be completed by the assignment due date and time. Late or missing discussion assignments will affect the student’s grade.
7. As a student in this course (and at this school) you are expected to maintain high degrees of commitment to active learning and participation in this class and also integrity in your behavior in and out of the classroom.
Offline (paper) Expectations: Students who DO NOT have internet access will be responsible for coming to the school EVERY MONDAY to receive and drop off weekly assignments.
Online (Canvas) Expectations: Students who DO have internet access should login to Canvas daily to learn and access daily assignments.
Warm Ups,Assignments, Homework,etc.=15%
100 – 90 (A)
89 – 80 (B)
79 – 70 (C)
69 – 60 (D)
59 – 0 (F)
Logging in daily and completing assignments is vital for the success in the course. Attendance will be recorded by submitting assignments. If an assignment is submitted late points will be deducted. However the absence will not be changed.
Homework: Homework will be assigned daily. When homework is assigned it is important for it to be completed to help the students practice skills learned in class.
Late Work: Any assignment that is turned in past the due date will have 10 points deducted weekly the assignment is late. Past due work without penalty must be approved by the teacher.