Hello Amazing Students!
We are starting our next chapter of at-home learning. A few changes have been made to the expectations of students and teachers. Starting today you will receive assignments and assessments of your learning. We are also introducing new content and learning as well.
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My plan is not changing, just expanding and evolving. Every Monday I will post entry tasks, reading, and trivia for the week on Canvas. In addition to what we already have started there is a new section for Human Body Systems. This is our next unit of study in 7th grade Science. The unit covers the concept of systems that work together to create the overall function of the human body. After completing an overview we will look at the nervous system and digestive system in greater depth. This will happen through reading, activities, Socrative, and videos on my YouTube channel, Nell and Kel's Science.
The biggest change you will notice is feedback and communication from me. I am excited I can now assign and assess your learning. We all need to keep our brains active and engaged during this time, including me! We will learn more about the importance of this during our Neurobiology unit.
I will host Zoom meetings for everyone to attend on Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00am. The link will be sent via email and posted on the Canvas Homepage for each class period. During these meetings we are able to review expectations, review content, ask questions, and just say hi to each other. I encourage all students to join the fun.
Here is the link for Canvas; https://everettsd.instructure.com/
Please email me with any questions or concerns (or just say hi).
See you all soon!