Flipped class Rationale
My Physics Classes are now flipped. That means that your typical homework is watching lessons (on youtube, linked on the flipped lesson tab) and most of the class time is spent doing activities/ assignments. Click on the link below to view the rationale for why my classes are conducted in this way.
Brief overview/Test dates
Physics 11 -
Starting on light as a wave
Physics 12 -
Doing electrostatics. Small Test/Big Quiz Friday, Jan 18
Final Exams -
Physics 11 - Jan 22/23
Physics 12 - Jan 23
Specific dates will be announced for missed tests to be made up. They will not be done randomly. It is best not to miss a test.
Last make up night for semester 1
Wed, Jan 16
E-School for tutorials/quizzes
Article On Cellphones in the Classroom
No, you are not great at multitasking!
Cross Country Running 2018
All Done! Congratulations Dylan, Trinity, and Hannah on your outstanding performances at the Provincial Championships.
other Interesting Links
Click here for streaming feed from ISS (international space station)
Neil DeGrasse Tyson- What Science Is
BC High school Provincial Championships
Nov. 2, 2018 Nanaimo - Pics
Marks - click on the class below to see your grade. Marks are not necessarily up to date.
Physics 12 Semester End
Physics 11 (1/2)
Physics 11 (1/2) Semester End
Physics 11 (5/6)
Physics 11 (5/6) Semester End
Physics 11 (7/8)
Physics 11 (7/8) Semester End
Semester End Spreadsheets
Term % = Term 2
Other % = Term 1
Misc 1 = Final Exam %
NHI - Not Handed In
These all count as "zeros" towards your mark. They may be turned into the late bin or excused on discussion with Mr. Nagy
Blank or Omit do not count against your mark (essentially, 0/0), however they may become zeros at a later date if there is no valid reason for them to be missing. "I wasn't here on the day it was done" is not a valid excuse.
2019 Physics Olympics is Sat, Mar 9. Meetings will start when the new rule book is released.
Congratulations to the 2018 team. Well done.
UBC Physics Olympics website