Ms. Gray's Wiki Class Portal for Connections Public Charter School/Middle School
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The following classes have individual pages that are linked from this page:
Class schedules, homework and assignments, review materials for tests, project descriptions and supporting handouts, PPTs and class notes, and student work will be posted on each class's page.
- 1 Class Procedures
- 2 Classes start promptly, students must be in their seats, ready to work, with all necessary materials at the start of class.
- 3 Notes from my WikiNeighbours
Classes start promptly, students must be in their seats, ready to work, with all necessary materials at the start of class.
- All 7th and 8th grade social studies students MUST have a composition book and a 1” binder with dividers and notebook paper for class.
- Your binder will be used for taking notes, organizing handouts, and storing materials for ongoing projects.
- Part of your grade is based on having and using your binder and composition books every day.
- You will have an assigned place for storing your textbook, binder, and composition book.
- All homework for each week is assigned on the first class of each week, and is due no later than the end of tutoring on Friday. If there is no tutoring work is due at the end of the last class of the week.
- Most homework will be written, and turned in, in your composition books, you are responsible for not losing it.
- Worksheets and maps will be kept in your binder and checked at the end of each week.
- Late work will not receive full credit.
Grades are based on a combination of:
- worksheets and maps
- daily quizzes
- unit and chapter tests
- Class participation
Every student begins the class with 100% participation points, those points can be lost through inappropriate learning behavior
Class participation is based on a combination of:
- Student is in seat with all learning materials at the beginning of class
- Student actively participates in the learning process
- Student DOES NOT interfere with the learning of others
Notes from my WikiNeighbours
- Dear Carol, Can you share with us your experiences on what was most beneficial to you on learning wiki skills? --R C Sharma, PhD 14:45, 3 August 2010 (UTC)
(: Hi, Warm greetings! -- Anil Prasad 16:02, 27 July 2010 (UTC))
(: Great progress! -- All you need to do is practice images for your next certification. --Wayne Mackintosh 07:40, 29 July 2010 (UTC))