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Sine & Cosine Wave Generation

Movement of point around unit circle generating sine & cosine wave

Mr. Grener's Schedule

  • Period 1 - Precalculus

    Period 2 - Precalculus

    Period 3 - Precalculus

    Period 4 - AP Statistics

    Period 5 - AP Statistics

    Period 6 - Algebra Concepts & Skills

     

    I am available for help at lunch in my classroom and via virtual office hours, Mondays from 1 - 3 PM.  Please email me at njgrener@mcpsmt.org to obtain the link to the virtual office hours for the current week. 

Personal Profile

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    Nick Grener

    njgrener@mcpsmt.org
    Hellgate Room 132
    (406) 728-2400 ext. 6602
     
    The best way to learn mathematics is by engaging in conversations about the material with your teacher and classmates, so I provide time in class on a regular basis for students to practice collaboratively.  I believe that the most important character traits that one needs to develop to succeed in mathematics are humility (you're going to be confused frequently, so it's best to be comfortable asking for help) and perseverance (you're going to be incorrect a lot, so it's best not to give up when you hit a roadblock).  It turns out that these qualities are useful in all aspects of life, which is why I place a great emphasis on their development in my classroom. 
     
    This is my eighth year at Hellgate, and I previously have taught mathematics in middle schools, colleges, and a prison.  I earned my bachelor's degree in cognitive neuroscience and psychology from Washington University in St. Louis, and my master's degree in mathematics from California State University, East Bay.  In my free time, I love to go backpacking with my wife and dog.  I also enjoy growing and cooking vegetables.
     
     
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