Instructor: Moisés Herradón Cueto
Office: 418 Van Vleck
Office Hours: Mondays 2:30-3:30 and Tuesdays 3:30-4:30, or by appointment.
Changhun's office Hours: Mondays 3:30-4:30 and Tuesdays 11:00-12:00 at 520 Van Vleck
Email: moises at math dot wisc dot edu
Time and place:
MW 4:45-6:00 in B215 Van Vleck
Basic course information can be found here.
Oh Hoon Kwon - kwon at math dot wisc dot edu
Thomas Parker/Scott Baldridge: Elementary Geometry for Teachers (This is the primary textbook, others are used for homework only)
Copies from these books will be provided if needed
Homework (200 points): Weekly
Exam 1 (100 points): October 11th in class
Exam 2 (125 points): November 15th in class
Exam 3 (125 points): This is on the day of the final set by the university. It's December 20th, 7:25-9:25 pm.
Total: 550 Possible Points
Your grade book is accessible on Canvas.
Under an unusual circumstance, this may change, but only in a favorable direction.
Your final accumulative grade will be rounded up only. For example, both 92.3% and 92.7% will be rounded up to 93%.
Homework will be handed back in class the Monday after it is due. You are responsible for checking your homework/exam grades regularly on learnUW. You must submit all your regrade requests within a week from receiving graded materials. After that, your grade is final and is not subject to change.
For anything regarding the course, you can contact me at my email above. If you write MATH 131 in the header it would be appreciated, as it will help me not miss the email. Please do not ask math questions by email: it is messy and helps no one. Finally, in compliance with FERPA I will never discuss grades via email. For any of these reasons we can schedule a meeting if the time for the office hours doesn't work for you.
If you have your McBurney Visa, please inform me even if you would not need any special accommodation. You are welcome to set up a private appointment for this. Any special accommodation needs 2 weeks advance notice.
Cheating will not be tolerated under any circumstance. Please refer to academic integrity under the Dean of Students Office.
As a diverse group, the Mathematics Department strives to foster an open and supportive community in which to conduct research, to teach, and to learn. In accordance with these beliefs and § 36.12 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the Mathematics Department affirms that all community members are to be treated with dignity and respect and that discrimination and harassment will not be tolerated. We further commit ourselves to making the department a supportive, inclusive, and safe environment for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors, regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, parental status, or any other aspect of identity.
To all members of our community, we, the members of the Department of Mathematics, welcome you.
If you see room for improvement in an aspect of climate or diversity within the Mathematics Department, please contact Gloria Mari-Beffa (Department Chair) or Jordan Ellenberg (Math Department Climate Committee).
You can find a very useful list of resources, such as the Math tutorial program in here.