Teaching in an Online Environment: A Sample Schedule to help simplify and organize your planning.Read More Teaching in an Online Environment: A Sample Schedule
I received an email this morning that I needed to choose my daughter’s mode of instruction for the 2020-2021 school year by July 10th. (Arizona starts early and the district is on a modified year-round schedule). I froze. Like me, most people are going into this next school year wondering what in the hell they […]Read More Focus on the Outcomes
I woke up this morning and didn’t really know what to do with myself. That’s been the six years of the morning after the AP test feeling. In our district, movies are not the preferred use of class time over 20 minutes. Here are a few ideas for how to spend the time after the […]Read More 3 Project Ideas For After the AP Exam
Another week of remote learning down and I’m starting to realize that I need to slow down and not try to do everything at once. There are a lot of great resources out there, but don’t drown in the pool of information. Here is our week as posted in our Google Classroom : Here is […]Read More Teaching AP Government in a Shortened Semester- Week 3 of Remote Teaching, Defendant’s Rights and Privacy
We are in unprecedented times. It’s uncertain. And many are wondering what we are going to do for the AP test. As someone who has a chronic illness, I think about MY extended absences a lot, and have safeguards built-in for days I need to be gone. We have one more week of our scheduled […]Read More Extended School Absences/Closures
Week 9, Days 38-42 What was covered this week: Day 38: Lecture on political socialization. Day 39: We took a multiple-choice AP practice exam as a marker for our more than halfway point. I used the exams on Albert.io, but there are a plethora of tests out there. Day 40/41: Students really needed to […]Read More Teaching AP Government in a Shortened Semester- Week Nine Practice Exams and SPRING BREAK!