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Did You Know? School Committee Happenings - October 6, 2017

by Stephanie Hall, School Committee Chair

The first week of October was all about “Differentiation of Instruction” throughout SPS!

*Curriculum Update with Maureen Wiklund – The Committee had a presentation on Teaching & Learning with Ms. 448 more words

Superintendent's Report

Adventures in CI...er, sort of...

October 5, 2017

It is now a month into school. I’m not doing a traditional CI classroom model, but I make an effort to speak more Spanish to my students, including my 1s. 388 more words

Spanish

Two Divergent Paths

This week brings me two divergent paths in a way I’ve never dealt with in chemistry. I used to just move my lower levels at a slower pace and with more practice than my upper levels. 581 more words

Education

Rolling Dirty with the Gradebook

So let’s say that you want to run a classroom where the students can work on assignments at their own pace, decide if they want to work alone or in groups and allow them to learn material in a couple of different formats. 476 more words

Education

Getting Feedback

One aspect that I am trying to grow in as a new teacher is being proactive in getting feedback. I no longer have a mentor and someone whose job it is to meet with me and help me grow. 371 more words

Concept Maps in the Classroom

This year I’m trying a new method of introducing, and keeping students familiar with, our course terms and themes. With over 100 terms/themes combined, I thought all summer long about what was the best way to tackle this undertaking. 215 more words

US History

Fresh Start

August 31, 2017

Today is my last day of work for this week. Well, at least working while I’m at school. Here in Michigan, most teachers started back to work this week, and we’ll meet our new batch of kiddos next Tuesday after Labor Day. 356 more words

Spanish