Last modified: Fri 05/18/2018 01:47:37 pm

 

I have posted all of your Problem Set scores, laboratory scores and exam scores on your Personal Grades Page. The Overall course average this semester is 65.6% so I adhered to the posted grade distribution of 85%-A, 75%-B, 55%-C and 40%-D. I dropped: your five lowest problem sets (total 16 PS then multiply by (192/200)); your two lowest labs (total 10 labs). Then adding PS points + Lab points + exam points would get pretty close to your final grade (I also included 1 point Extra credit for each of the HHMI surveys you completed based on data provided to me.) If you have ANY concerns please e-mail me. I may be a little slow due to projects that I am involved with for the summer, but I will respond. You are welcome to drop by in the Fall (I'll include my schedule here and on http://intro.chem.okstate.edu) if you would like to review your Exam IV and V. Be safe this summer!!



The average on Exam III was 60.88. Back in the 60's!!!

The average on Exam II is 53.1. New grades are posted. Let me know if anything looks strange.


Exam I average is 63.4! Sweet!! Remember when you receive your exam from TA in lab, you should review it. If you have ANY questions about grading identify the question you are concerned about and return the exam to your TA BEFORE you leave the lab. We will review to determine if any change should be made.






If you miss class, or missed something in class be sure to check the CHEM 1515 Video link near the top of the main frame on your Personal Page. Check them out.


The first thing you need to do to access materials for this class is to complete the Secret Identification (SID) form. Click on the SID#/Name link in the left frame and complete the form. You will receive an e-mail from Dr. Gelder indicating your SID has been accepted. Once you have entered an SID you can go to your Personal page. On your Personal Page check out the Assignment Page (what is happening in class), and get your personal Review Problem Set and Problem Set #1 from the Problem Set link.

Be sure to bring your copy of the During Class Inventions and Computer Lab Activities Workbook to lecture and laboratory class.


For this course you need a textbook (can be Tro; A Molecular Approach; 4th Edition; Pearson Publishing), the CHEM 1515 Student Laboratory Manual and During Class Inventions and Computer Laboratory Activities Volume II, 3rd Edition, Abraham, Gelder and Greenbowe. Also you will need a TurningPoint clicker for class at 3:30 pm on Tuesday and Thursday.

 


Lab Sections

Lab Section #

Lab Day

Time

TA

Lab Room

e-mail

20730

Monday

9:30 am - 12:20 pm

Tom Molton

PS259

jtmoult@okstate.edu

20733

Tuesday

8:30 am - 11:20 am

Field Watts

PS260

fieldmw@okstate.edu

20739

Wednesday

9:30 am - 12:20 pm

Tom Molton

PS259

jtmoult@okstate.edu

20745

Wednesday

1:30 pm - 4:20 pm

Salik Dahal

 

PS260

salikd@okstate.edu

20747

Thursday

8:30 am - 11:20 am

Ishan Niranga Jayalath Arachchige Don

PS260

ishan.jayalth_arachchige_don@okstate.edu

20748

Friday

9:30 am - 12:20 pm

Salik Dahal

PS259

salikd@okstate.edu

 

20749

Friday

1:30 pm - 4:20 pm

Ishan Niranga Jayalath Arachchige Don

PS260

ishan.jayalth_arachchige_don@okstate.edu