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This course will enhance the literacy skills of first grade students.
Mrs. Kavanagh and Mrs. Mach welcome you to 6C Language Arts!
This is the the Moodle site for all subjects studied in Room 27 at Memorial School!
Let's talk about what you're reading this summer.
This course will addreess the phonimic awareness in a first grade bilingual /ESL class.
This history course explores various parts of the ancient world, while providing valuable skills to prepare students for the real world. Such skills include reading a map, chart, graph, etc. in addition to working with peers in various settings including creating oral reports and settings that require small groups to solve a problem. Lastly, student will learn the important skill of writing persuasively in an introductory research project.
This course is specifically for the enTourage EDGe.
This is going to be a course for our transitions class.
Moodle. It's not pasta!!.
Discuss selected literacy topics with other parents and TFS Literacy Specialist.
East Lyme Public Schools Education Technology
This year, District Technology Consultants will work together to provide a variety of professional development opportunities at different times and locations throughout the district. Our goal is to provide meaningful technology professional development and meet the diverse learning needs of members of the East Lyme Learning Community.The following course modules will be accessible on this site: Introduction to Audacity, Managing Information & Research, and Creating Digital Poetry.
Recorgnize and read classmates first names
Use names for math activities :compare ansd contrast
Welcome to Practice Rhythm. This course will review the rhythms you learned in grade 5.
Welcome to Writing Workshop and Advanced Composition. This is a year-long course that meets every other day. Throughout the year, we will practice writing in a variety of modes. In addition to writing, you are expected to share your essays, stories, and articles with others and to give feedback to your peers.
Summer time course in math and literacy
Welcome Everyone! This course is designed to introduce you to the Smartboard and Notebook Software.
Objective - 1st grade students will learn how to:
- highlight words
- change colors
- change font size
- change font face
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Educators will gain skills to blend traditional and virtual learning through the use of MOODLE.
Educators have examined decades of research to determine what teaching strategies have positive effects on student learning. These strategies are not new, but when teachers use these strategies effectively with their students, the outcome is a measurable difference in student achievement. Each of these strategies can be used by any teacher at any time, using either traditional teaching tools or using technology. This course provides ideas for using technology.
The broad benefits of SRBI come from its emphasis on uniting scientific, research-based practices with systems approaches to education. Scientific evidence is substantial for a number of areas central to children’s school success and well-being, such as reading, language development, some areas of mathematics and social-emotional learning
Moodle Boot Camp
This training will introduce users to the Moodle online learning environment. Moodle is a free, open-source software package based on sound pedagogical principles that facilitate the design, development and delivery of blended learning courses for students of all ages. Blended learning courses are more effective than most online-only options because teachers get to utilize technology and online resources but also interact with students face-to-face in a personal classroom setting. In doing so, teachers and students extend their classroom learning into the online community as they interact and collaborate with each other and with appropriate professionals in the field. Participants in this training learn Moodle design basics, where to find support resources, and will also acquire a Connecticut hosted Moodle account and enough student accounts to run a model course for the 2011-2012 school year. If you have a laptop you use at work, you are encouraged to bring it and use our wireless network.
School districts around the state are continually looking for effective technology professional development for their teachers. In response to this need, the Connecticut State Department of Education and the Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers (RESCs) are pleased to announce the Technology Integration Professional Partner for the 21st Century (TIPP21) program.
- Essential current technologies and 21st Century information literacy skills, technology integration strategies and tools to support teaching and learning, e.g., Wikispaces, Web 2.0 tools, etc.
- Effective instruction and coaching with your staff and other adult learners
- Knowledge of effective presentation techniques and skills to support your district PD.
Moodle course for the Windham ARCTELL Cohort.
Moodle course for the Middletown ARCTELL Cohort.
Best Sellers and Short Stories - Scrapbook Project
Introduction to Marketing
Micro Economics. Basic investing/stocks. Personal finance.
This course is a 2nd year physics course designed to take the place of a 1st College Physics Course.
An honors freshman biology class, focusing on biochemistry.
Spanish 1 introduces students to the Spanish-speaking world, language and culture.
This course will enable you to communicate more effectively in Spanish with an emphasis on speaking on a variety of topics and vocabulary. We will study the diverse culture of Spanish-speaking countries through readings in Spanish, as well as, continue to communicate through writing.
Project-based workshop for students interested in writing creatively--short stories, novels, poetry, scripts, essays, etc.
Algebra 1 is a ninth grade math course covering several topics ranging from solving equations to factoring polynomials.
American Cultural Studies is a thematic combined course of American History and American Literature.
We will be studying Limits, Derivatives, and Integrals over the course of the school year.
This is an exciting new level for you to acquire a higher level of proficiency in French.
This course involves the meticulous analysis of literature through discussions, group work, short reflections, and fully developed essays.
Study of American and British Literature.
SHS Wind Ensemble is open to all SHS students who play band instruments. We perform at three concerts per year, along with six home football games and three parades.
¡Bienvenidos a la clase de Español II! Vamos a aprender mucho este año y aprender de comunicarnos mejor.
This class is a partnership with the Stonington Historical Society, and includes guest lectures on various topics in town history as well as visits to significant local sites.
This course covers matter and it's interactions.
Spanning the globe, watching the agony of defeat
Junior College English is intended to prepare students for college-level reading, interpretation, composition, and oral expression.
Mandarin Chinese II is a continuation of 7th and 8th Grade Chinese study.
Biology Honors is a 9th grade advanced course. Students must be recommended by their 8th grade teachers.
This course you will learn how to sing!
Reading the Media deconstructs the information that comes our way on a daily basis.
A full year class on Geometry- covering 2D and 3D shapes, area, volume, and coordinate Geometry
This course is similar to Spanish 3 but students are required to speak in Spanish and expected to understand classes spoken almost entirely in Spanish. The class covers the Descubre textbook topics including preterite and imperfect, commands, and subjunctive.
Topics in American Law is a hands on study of the current state of the American legal system from the creation of law to its application.
This course offers students the opportunity to develop computer skills that will enable them to be productive citizens in the Information Age. Students will be challenged to synthesize web pages that present data and multimedia on the web with particular emphasis on design elements involving layout, navigation, and interactivity. This course will help prepare students for higher education jobs in the Internet Economy. Hands-on exercises will be taught using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Dreamweaver. As a Junior or or Senior project, students will collaborate in the creation of web sites that will improve educational content on the web and the community, while maintaining the schools web-site. Careers in web design and publishing will be explored as part of the coursework.
Advanced Alternative Route to Certification for Library Media, Cohort 9.
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