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Transcript: Welcome to Open House Northeast Magnet 2013 Modeling Instruction in the classroom means giving kids complex science and technology problems to solve and letting them figure out how to solve them. Getting College & Career Ready ------------ Close Reading A Little About Me... Bachelors degree - Biology & English (2005) Alternative Science Teaching Certification Program (2006-2007) Masters degree - Neurobiology & Linguistics (Thesis defence in Fall, 2013) High School Science Teacher - Astronomy, Biology, Forensic Science, Science Research, Zoology (2006-2013) Computer Programmer / Science Writer - Allied Health Network & FARA, Inc. (1999 - 2006) Supervisor in the Work Release Program for the Louisiana Dept. of Corrections (1992 - 1995) I am married to a history teacher & football coach at Maize High School. We have 4 sons -- ages 18, 14, 13, and 9. We have a farm in Valley Center with two goats named Einstein and Newton, 8 pigs (2 are named Tesla and Galileo and the other 6 are temporary residents), a pony named Louis Pasteur because he lives in the pasture, and 7 laying chickens. We sell produce on weekends at the Sedgwick County Extension Farmer's Market. On a more personal note... My husband is a history teacher and football coach at Maize High School. I am the mother of four sons -- ages 18, 14, 13, and 9. We have a farm in Valley Center, KS with two goats named Newton & Einstein, 8 pigs (only two of which are named -- Tesla and Galileo), a pony named Louis Pasteur because he lives in the pasture, and 7 chickens. My sons grow produce and sell it at the Sedgwick County Farmer's Market. Who's going to fill that gap, and what skills will they need to fill it? Work Experience A Question Think about what it means to educate your son or daughter. Should their school be different from the ones you and I had growing up?

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Transcript: Blended learning is a combination of traditional face to face teaching methods and computer mediated activities. Students will do paper and pencil activities and hands-on "wet" labs as well as virtual labs, online discussions with classmates, webquests, and a variety of technology based learning opportunities. Biology 12 methodology Variety of methods. Activity based course. Hands on, group work, creating, analyzing scientific models, performance based assessment, analysis, and application. writing skills are emphasised in intrepretation of data and discussion of experimentation Internet research Expectations: My class rules are common sense- they know how to act. Be on time, be prepared, have a good work ethic/attitude! Have a section of something dedicated to each class. Flash drives would be great to have. Approach to teaching Digital Academy Science Blended Learning: What is it? Grading :-) Assessment is varied. Each assignment is given a point value based on how much effort and responsibility are involved. Weekly forum discussion participation, Powerschool- I use it!!! Know your log in! Grades aren't always up to minute BUT, a grade entered is REAL! I am always happy to discuss grades either by phone or email to clear up the picture. Joel Totten, Biology Teacher (203)794-8600 ext 201 This is a blended learning environment class Webquests, Simulations, Research are examples of lesson styles on tech side “wet labs” and “pencil and paper” activities Website discussion forums and online journal entries Emphasis on writing Motivation is a must Welcome To Open House Parents!

Open house presentation

Transcript: Welcome to Junior High Junior High core subject teachers Math -- Bobbie Beyerlein ( Social Studies -- Jean Schuller ( Literature -- Lon Medd ( Science -- Dennis Andrews ( Art - Melissa Carpp Physicial Education - Drew Weigl 7th and 8th grade Spanish - unknown Computers - Kathy Miller Band/Choir/Handbells - Ellen Goff 8 a.m. Homeroom 8:20-9:10 a.m. 9:10-10 a.m. 10-10:50 a.m. Electives 11-11:45 a.m. Lunch 11:45 a.m.-12:35 p.m. 12:35-1:25 p.m. 1:25-2:15 p.m. 2:15-3:05 p.m. Band Choir Computer Teacher aide Study hall Rotating elective (changes every marking period) - First marking period (Schuller) - Second marking period (Beyerlein) - Third marking period (Medd) - Fourth marking period (Andrews) Each student is required to have 10 hours of Christian Service before May 1. Hours of service are broken up into these three categories - School - Parish - Community Students have to have at least three hours per category First check - warning Second check - warning Third check - warning Fourth check - afterschool detention Fifth check - afterschool detention Sixth check - afterschool detention Seventh check - parent meeting with principal Eighth check - in-school suspension Ninth check - out-of-school suspension Tenth check - principal's decision If a student receives 15 checks in one marking period, they are ineligible to go on the next scheduled field trip They are still required to attend school on that date and they will be given assignments to work on throughout the day Eligibility is monitored every week beginning September 17 Every Monday an eligibility report is sent out to homeroom teachers Students who have an F in any class is ruled academically ineligible for the following week's games and practices They have the week to raise their grade If a student is ineligible three times in a sports season, they are removed from the team Includes - Upcoming events - Assignments - Downloads of handouts - Discussion board Here's to a great school year Let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns GO FRIARS!!!! Christian Service Hours Class schedule Electives Christian Behavior Charts Athletic eligibility Checks and how they affect field trips Specials teachers Website

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