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Course_icon 3rd Grade Read-Aloud for Mrs. Guyer's Class   Lock16
Instructor: Miss Wildermuth
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
This is the extended technology assignment for my interactive read-aloud.
Course_icon Digital Storytelling in the One iPad Classroom   Lock16
Instructor: Lynn Gustafson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
How to use digital storytelling in the one iPad classroom.
Course_icon MDG Learning Style Project   Lock16
Instructor: R.Smith
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
Create a story board that illustrates the centra event in the plot. Use a grid of nine separate panels one for each event . Make you choose the scenes, that are essential for the telling of the story . Under each scene of the story board , write a one sentence caption explains the event .
Course_icon Psychology 1   Lock16
Instructor: Ms. DeRose
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
" What do your dreams mean? .....Can apes learn sign language? Why can’t we tickle ourselves?" (Bloom) Psychology is mankind's attempt to solve the mysteries of the mind. Intro to Psychology will define and begin to explore the many domains of psychological research.
Course_icon Language Arts   Lock16
Instructor: Lisa Boveroux
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
6th grade Language Arts class.
Course_icon 2digit addition   Lock16
Instructor: Denise Richardson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
2nd graders adding with 2 digits
Course_icon English IV Advanced Placement   Lock16
Instructor: Aisha Christa Atkinson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
This course engages students in the careful reading and critical analysis of imaginative literature. Through the close reading of selected texts, students deepen their understanding of the ways writers use language to provide both meaning and pleasure for their readers. As they read, students consider a work’s structure, style, and themes as well as such smaller-scale elements as the use of figurative language, imagery, symbolism, and tone.
Maureen_thumb Coach Team 15 (2013-2014)  
Instructor: Maureen Devlin
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
This website supports the teacher as coach by providing a format for student coaching. The teacher will use this site to track students' progress, needs, and interests throughout the year.
Course_icon Test  
Instructor: Steven Taylor
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
two other accounts won't work
Course_icon Math Matters II   Lock16
Instructor: Phyllis Severson
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 20 2013
EM Math Matters II

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