e-learning

E-Learning January 30 & 31, 2020

  •  Education Professions

    For our E Learning Days, we will utilize our Google Classroom, our online e-textbook, and the companion website. Please make sure your child is checking Google Classroom whenever an e-learning day occurs. Additionally, Google Classroom is utilized on a weekly basis in our classroom. Students can find assignments, lesson plans, resources, presentations, and other related materials. Parents, if you would like access to the Google Classroom, please send me an email at jgoss@mcas.k12.in.us providing me with your name, child's name and your email address and I will get you added ASAP. Thank you!

    Important Links:  Online Textbook     Textbook Companion Site

    The username and password for accessing the Online E-Text are as follows: 

    username: mchs20

    password: teach16

    On e-learning days, all instructions will be posted in Google Classroom. All of my students are VERY familiar with how to utilize it. Assignments may very from reviewing a chapter slide show and answering questions, to posting on a discussion forum, reading a linked article, etc. And overview and instructions for the e-learning assignment are posted below along with a microsoft word version of the assignment in case there is an issue with students opening up the Google Doc posted in Goolge Classroom. 

     

    Thursday January 30, 2020 

     

    Using the online textbook, please go to page 99 and complete the Review and Study questions, numbers 1 - 12. You may use a word document or a google doc to type out your answers. Once you have completed them, please email your work to me at jgoss@mcas.k12.in.us 

     

    Friday January 31, 2020

     

    For today, you will need to read pages 102 - 113 in your Teaching textbook. Once you have gotten to page 113, please only read the first paragraph, stopping before the heading Communities and Schools. Please be prepared to have a discussion over what you have read on Monday. Remember that classroom discussions are worth their own grade and count towards your daily work ethic points.