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Course_icon Math Maniacs   Lock16
Instructor: Mandy
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
Area of complex figures
Course_icon EDUC 4400 Introduction to Multilingual Education   Lock16
Instructor: Juan Flores
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
Provide an overview of theory, methods and assessment for bilingual/dual language education and first and second language acquisition. Emphasizes the cultural origins of language and literacy in a pluralistic society. Presents methods for teaching English language development (ELD) and subject matter content to English learners, including dual language and SDAIE methods. Includes field experiences in bilingual/dual language classrooms.
Course_icon World History 2   Lock16
Instructor: Ms. DeRose
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
World History 1 will begin in the Ancient Rome Empire and take us on a exciting and sometimes shocking story of Europe's deterioration into the Dark Ages. Our studies will discover that from this violent, plague ridden world with only flickers of light, a new world order will rise and shape our modern world.
Course_icon 2012-13 Class   Lock16
Instructor: Annetta Evans
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
6th Grade
Course_icon 3rd Grade   Lock16
Instructor: Mrs. Murphy
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
Mrs. Murphy's 3rd Grade
Course_icon Spelling   Lock16
Instructor: Meegan Packard
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
List 8
Course_icon RSU57 Test Course   Lock16
Instructor: Sarah Glatz
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
just playin' with 30 hands
Course_icon 5th Grade Science   Lock16
Instructor: Ms Jacobson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
A course taught to fifth grade students that covers the MN academic state standards for grade 5 and reviews all standards from 3rd grade to 5th grade to prepare for the MCA II in the spring of the school year
Course_icon Flipped news   Lock16
Instructor: Joan
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
Just the how to of a newscast.
Course_icon 5th Grade   Lock16
Instructor: Marla Huebner
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Nov 21 2013
Our class at Sioux Central

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