Reflections on Teaching Remotely

I’ve been writing this in my head for three weeks. In my 17 years of teaching, I never knew something like this could be possible. As a National Board Certified Teacher, I am constantly reflecting and changing things. I am currently 3 weeks into remote teaching and 5 weeks out of school (because of spring […]

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Teaching AP Government in a Shortened Semester- Week 3 of Remote Teaching, Defendant’s Rights and Privacy

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 […]

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Teaching AP Government in a Shortened Semester- Week One- The Declaration, Brutus I, and Fed 10

Week 1, Days 1-4 (No school on Monday, teacher “workday” aka meetings, but we have 2 block days) What was covered this week: Day 1: Administrative and housekeeping items. New kids. Day 2/3 (Block Days): Readings (Hobbes, Locke, and Jefferson) and the Analytical Reading that includes Federalist 10 and Brutus I from AP Classroom. The […]

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