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This course concentrates on Microsoft Office software of Excel and Access.  Students will also use Windows MovieMaker to do video editing.

Articulation with Century College is available for all Junior and Senior students.

This course concentrates on Microsoft Office software of Excel and Access.  Students will also use Windows MovieMaker to do video editing.

Articulation with Century College is available for all Junior and Senior students.

Prerequisite: none Grade: 10-12 Course length: 1 term Credit: ½ This course will explore the first 100 years of Jazz music, starting at its roots in the early 19th century. Students will learn to identify different styles of jazz music from early jazz, swing and bebop, to jazz rock and jazz funk fusion. Students who register for this course should have the desire to learn and listen to music, as a large part of this course will be dedicated to listening and understanding different styles of jazz. This class will meet online, with some face-to-face instruction. Students are expected to be in class on the selected meeting dates. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of the class you are expected to be a self-directed learner. [PERSONAL LAPTOPS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED.]

Scope and Sequence of Language! curriculum

Step 1-Phonemic Awareness and Phonics

Step 2-Word Recognition and Spelling

Step 3-Vocabulary and Morphology

Step 4-Grammar and Usage

Step 5-Listening and Reading Comprehension

Step 6- Speaking and Writing

Workshops:

Prezi

Intro Google Docs

LiveBinders

TIES Conference Highlights

Technology Integration Resources

 

This is a rigorous, time intensive course!  AP Biology is a college level Biology course allowing students the possibility of earning college credit while in high school.  This course takes an in-depth look at the amazing cell biology, genetics, metabolism, structure and function of microbes, plants and animals.  We will also study the evolution of life and the ecological relationships of organisms. We will learn by lecture, discussions, class projects and dissections.  The end of the class is marked by a fetal pig dissection and a hominid fashion show!

This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

Course Syllabus

In this course teachers will learn how to utilize Google Sites to develop student-based or classroom-based ePortfolio’s as a an alternate form of assessment as well as to showcase student work. Learn what ePorfolio’s are and discuss the benefits and uses of them as a teaching and learning tool. Participants will have hands-on practice using Google Sites to create an ePortfolio with best practice elements. Finally, teachers will evaluate their own courses to ensure that their students will have artifacts aligned to course objectives/standards that are ePortfolio-ready! This course is geared towards teachers who have students in grades 7-12.

This course is a resource for the MN Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum.

Topics include: Digital Delivery; Copyright; OERMN Google Drive and other required elements for being a course writer.

This course contains resources for parents to assist them in navigating today's digital world. Each unit includes the opportunity for parents to reflect on key learning and spark dialog with their children.