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  • Sticky Faith I have been trying this year to encourage us all to reference big ideas - SLRs, school theme, ELL goals, etc. - more frequently and in a variety of ways. We know that the more ways in which students can relate current learning to already existing knowledge, the more likely it is to "stick" for a longer period of time.SEW is over, but that doesn't mean Pastor Mike's message is done its work. As you have opportunity, remind students of his messages, connect them to your current learning in class, and bring his challenges back to students' minds. I trust that God's word is active in our students' hearts, some of them may just require a bit more ...
    Posted Feb 3, 2019, 2:14 AM by HSD Principal
  • Media Literacy We have not been able to offer our own Media Literacy course in a couple of years, but those skills are invaluable for students dealing with the media glut technology offers. If your course deals with evaluating and using sources, critiquing positions or arguments, or other uses of media, you may want to integrate some of those skills into your curriculum. If you don't know where to start, here are some things to get you going:Crash Course now has a Media Literacy course that provides YouTube videos covering its content, packaged in a course-like structure.Ithaca College's Project Look Sharp is a "media literacy initiative of Ithaca College that develops and provides lesson plans, media materials ...
    Posted Jan 25, 2019, 9:53 PM by HSD Principal
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