• Physics of the Universe

    Student Materials

    1. School-provided Chromebook or equivalent

    2. A binder and/or notebook, or the electronic equivalent, so that a student can

    • record notes during class
    • receive 8.5" x 11" handouts
    • organize and retain notes and handouts
    • Examples include but are not limited to:
      • a 3-ring binder in which the student keeps notes written on 8.5" x 11" filler paper, with hole-punched handouts inserted chronologically
      • a spiral-bound notebook for written notes, with pockets for collecting handouts
      • a personal Google Drive in which the student organizes
        • documents created using their Chromebook (PDFs, Google Docs, etc.)
        • pictures/scans of physical handouts or written notes

    3. A scientific calculator (does NOT have to be a graphing calculator), such as the TI-30XIIS

    4. Writing instruments

    • Blue or black pen
    • Red pen
    • Pencil(s) (mechanical recommended!) and eraser
    • Highlighter

    5. 8.5" x 11" paper (graph paper recommended)

    (Mr. Cacnio recommends a 3-ring binder (1/2" or more) with pockets and filled only with graph paper.)