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McCartha Middle School

McCartha Middle School

McCartha Middle School. Home of the Mustangs. McCartha Middle School One Team, One Goal. Jenna Grissett, Elementary Education Jamara Hill, Elementary Education Brittany Johnson, Secondary Mathematics Stephanie Miller, Elementary Education Doug Norman, Secondary History

By LionelDale
(217 views)

Dr. Nancy Bell Ruppert UNC-Asheville

Dr. Nancy Bell Ruppert UNC-Asheville

Advisor-Advisee Activities for the Classroom: A presentation at the National Middle School Association, Minneapolis, MN November 4-6, 2004. Dr. Nancy Bell Ruppert UNC-Asheville. Objectives. Identify what AA is, is not, goals, and how to schedule activities

By jana
(290 views)

Learning How to Kiss A Frog

Learning How to Kiss A Frog

Learning How to Kiss A Frog. A Presentation Designed for Parents and Families of Middle School Students. Katherine Kennedy . Presentation Goals & Objectives. Help parents and/or families better understand their adolescent child Familiarize parents and/or families to our middle school program

By sharne
(716 views)

Transition from Middle to High School: the Journey of Uncertainty

Transition from Middle to High School: the Journey of Uncertainty

Transition from Middle to High School: the Journey of Uncertainty. Stan McCallar High Schools That Work smccalla@doe.k12.ga.us. Introduction…. Stan McCallar, CTAE Purpose for workshop-Focus or Academy Schedule for the day (agenda) To earn 1 PLU assignment Questions and Comments

By fawzia
(252 views)

Social-Emotional Learning

Social-Emotional Learning

Improving the Odds. Social-Emotional Learning. Linda E. Miller Iowa Department of Education Meeting of the UEN – Middle School Administrators November 10, 2004 Council Bluffs, Iowa. Results for Iowa Youth. All youth are: successful in school; healthy and socially competent;

By kovit
(150 views)

Media literacy 101

Media literacy 101

Berkeley County Reading and Writing Institutes. Media literacy 101. Frank Baker media educator fbaker1346@aol.com Media Literacy Clearinghouse http://medialit.med.sc.edu. Media literacy 101.

By myrrh
(364 views)

Understanding Rigor in the Middle Grades and Its Role in 21 st Century Success

Understanding Rigor in the Middle Grades and Its Role in 21 st Century Success

Understanding Rigor in the Middle Grades and Its Role in 21 st Century Success. NC Middle School Association Conference 2011. Janet Bailey Robin Barbour Phyllis Blue Fay Gore Middle Grades Consultants NC Department of Public Instruction. During this session we will discuss:.

By helki
(109 views)

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All. Assessing the Learner. “Worth Quoting”. “ In order for differentiation to be effective, assessment must be an ongoing part of teaching and learning. Pre-assessment is sandwiched between planning and differentiation.”

By mead
(219 views)

Diversity: Strengthening Outreach Efforts

Diversity: Strengthening Outreach Efforts

Diversity: Strengthening Outreach Efforts. Bev Watford Associate Dean, Academic Affairs Director, Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity. Some Generalizations. Most higher education institutions are similar within groups Public versus private Undergraduate, graduate

By katen
(123 views)

“WE ARE A FAMILY OF BOOKS”

“WE ARE A FAMILY OF BOOKS”

“WE ARE A FAMILY OF BOOKS” . How to Create a Community of Readers in Your Classroom * * *. Presented by Daria Plumb Dundee Alternative High School . FACTS ABOUT TEENS & READING. A 1999 survey conducted by SmartGirl.com and YALSA of 3,072 pre-teens & teens showed that

By nancy
(86 views)

A Parent Guide to Middle School

A Parent Guide to Middle School

A Parent Guide to Middle School. By Jill Friesen. “The most important teachers one ever has are one’s parents.” -John H. Lounsbury. What should Parents do to help the transition to Middle School?. Parents Should:.

By netis
(147 views)

The Middle School Program: All About Your Child

The Middle School Program: All About Your Child

The Middle School Program: All About Your Child. Is it as scary as you’ve heard?. Why Do We Have Middle Schools?. This is the time when young adolescents need and deserve adults in their lives who understand them and can help them be successful.

By les
(154 views)

Origins of Middle School Education

Origins of Middle School Education

Origins of Middle School Education. From Pestalozzi to the Present. 1700 – 1800s European Educational Thought . Suggested teaching and learning strategies that were both personal and active – Rousseau, Pestalozzi and Froebels . Role of teaching was not to “ correct” students or

By agatha
(109 views)

My Sound from Marshall

My Sound from Marshall

My Sound from Marshall. THE SOUND OF THE FRENCH HORN. The Horn Equation. Pushing air through vibrating lips Using a mouthpiece to channel vibrations Using valves to clarify and play notes otherwise not possible Using hand in bell to fine tune pitch

By patsy
(81 views)

Getting Parents Involved in the Classroom

Getting Parents Involved in the Classroom

By Priscilla Dwyer 5 th Grade Teacher Kennedy Middle Grade School, KSD 111 Co-President, Two Rivers Reading Council. Getting Parents Involved in the Classroom. What are the outcomes of parent involvement?

By jaser
(73 views)

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All. Assessing the Learner. “Worth Quoting”. “ In order for differentiation to be effective, assessment must be an ongoing part of teaching and learning. Pre-assessment is sandwiched between planning and differentiation.”

By edric
(213 views)

Books to Let Reluctant Readers Discover Who They Can Be

Books to Let Reluctant Readers Discover Who They Can Be

DON’T WANNA:. Books to Let Reluctant Readers Discover Who They Can Be. Presented by Mary Arnold Bonnie Kunzel Teri Lesesne Daria Plumb. Reluctant Dormant Unmotivated Inexperienced Aliterate. Resistant UNCOMMITTED APATHETIC INSECURE NON-VOLUNTARY. Maryellen Cosgrove,

By flynn
(115 views)

Mountaineer Middle School

Mountaineer Middle School

Mountaineer Middle School. Advisor/Advisee Program By: Heather Lowman, David Melton, Andrew Samuels and Tina Smith. Rationale and Literature Citations.

By hila
(125 views)

kthx!  teens & tech

kthx!  teens & tech

kthx!  teens & tech. Presenters. Susan Smallsreed, Youth Librarian, Multnomah County Library susansm@multcolib.org Ian Duncanson, Young Adult Librarian, Beaverton City Library iduncanson@ci.beaverton.or.us. What we’ll do today. The world in which teens live. Tech demographics & trends.

By shalin
(92 views)

Your Adolescent’s Struggles With Reading: A Guide to Understanding and Helping

Your Adolescent’s Struggles With Reading: A Guide to Understanding and Helping

Your Adolescent’s Struggles With Reading: A Guide to Understanding and Helping. by Juliana Meehan . This PowerPoint presentation must be viewed in “Slideshow” mode. Purpose. This slide show is designed to help you: 1. Understand why some students struggle with reading and writing

By lorin
(111 views)

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