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Education in the 2000s

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Education in the 2000s
Role of teachers
A teacher has many roles to fill. They are resources for students. Students will come to them seeking information. A teacher must know how to find what the student is looking for. A teacher is also support for the students. Whether its supporting them academically or emotionally. Coach, leader, counselor, etc.. One of the biggest roles a teacher may have is being a mentor. Students look up to teachers and may copy their own behavior and work ethic to match theirs. An older teacher can even be a mentor to a younger teacher who is just starting out. A teacher is also someone who put in extra time for their students, whether it's staying after school to help them study or getting there early in the morning to tutor a group of kids struggling. A teacher must always be willing to learn something new. To ensure that students get all the information they need teachers must educate themselves on the subject first.

Courses Available
English
Math
Science
Social Studies/History
Foreign Language
Arts
Computer classes
Different electives
Standard of Living
Average income for a family of 4: Middle Class-$70, 354. Based on a 2006 report by the U.S. Census.

Milk: About $3.89 for a gallon
Gas: About $2.42 a gallon
Stamps:$0.22-$0.98
Car: About $33,560
House: Depends
Curriculum
English: Grammar, spelling
Math: Adding, subtracting, multiplication, division
Science: Periodic table, biology, atoms, cell in animals and plants
Social Studies/History: Ancient history, American history,
Foreign Language: Spanish, French
Arts: Art class, ceramics, print making, sculpture
Computer classes: basic computer skills
Different electives such as Principles of Teaching, Child development, Psychology, Creative writing

Level of Education
Graduation rate: in 2010it was 74.7, it increased 7.9% since 2000
College: 2000: F: 23.6% M: &.8%
2005: F:26.5% M: 28.9%
2010: F:29.6% M:30.3%
Dropouts: it was 11% in 2000 and it continued to decrease each year
Historical Events
9/11 was about the only major event to happen.
Children were in school when they heard about it and it changed views on forgein people.
Popular Fads
2000-2002: heavy metal fashion, pop punk fashion, baggy jeans, spikey hair, Aviator sunglasses
2003-2006: skinny jeans, thin-strapped tops, gel bracelets, bootcut jeans, flare jeans, converses, bandanas
2007-2010: leggings, grunge look, flannel shirts, beanies, stonewashed jeans
Hair and makeup: late 2000s: retro style
2008: return of long thicker hair continued on until 2009
Music: Radiohead, Coldplay, Eminem, Madonna, Missy Elliot, Nickelback, Black eye peas, Rhianna, Lady Gaga, Green Day
Social Norms
Myspace, Facebook, Yelp, Friendster, Stumbleupon
Links
http://work.chron.com/average-yearly-income-middle-class-family-16547.html
http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=307
http://www.k12.com/take-a-peek/sample-lessons-high-school.html
http://education.cu-portland.edu/blog/teaching-strategies/5-roles-for-a-teacher-leader/
http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0779196.html
http://www.childtrends.org/?indicators=high-school-dropout-rates
http:www.adamscityhighschool.com/2000-2010_Fashions.php
http://digitaldreamdoor.com/pages
best_songs2000-2009-top-ten.html
http://www.infoplease.com/science/computers/social-media-timeline.html
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