Model POL: Lydia and Ryan
How to Make a PowerPoint that Doesn't Suck
Presentation Work Time
Presentation outline complete, 1/2 of slides are drafted.
Volunteer to run POL in front of whole grade as an example next Tuesday??
Honors refinements? Let me know
5th period Lit Circle meeting
Suicide Prevention Forum report out!
TPS and conferences
TPS Report due MONDAY beginning of class!
Honors: Windfall essay due by end of day (midnight)
Reminder: Humanities Self-Assessment due by end of day today
Inspiration! Action Project Inspiration from class of 2018
Pick 2-3 of the following model projects listed below then answer the questions further down. Ideally the projects you choose should be most related to the type of action project you’re considering or at least just sounds interesting. On the linked website above, find the student’s name, read about the student’s project description and the title of their thesis paper (read the abstract if you want/have time). Watch any videos that may be there.
STARTER: Answer these questions:
Project work time! (last day!)
Today and tomorrow are the last two days to work in your groups on this project!
Starter: Office Space quiz
POL Prep and Frameworks
All documents related to your POL will be linked on the SENIOR PROJECT page of my DP, in the "Semester 1- What the hell am I doing, anyway?" section.
Resilience Project Work Time
Starter (EMAIL RESPONSES TO YOUR HUMANITIES TEACHER)
Review this project’s rubric and evaluate yourself thus far…..(You will complete this rubric NEXT Tuesday)
Meet as a whole group and get organized!
Get to work!
11:30-1:30: Ashley and Lori circulate to check-in on these deadlines/task lists. Be in your assigned room please!
1:10-1:35: Project team managers meet in Ashley’s room to share out next steps/deadlines/needs/announcements
For those who missed the workshop, or those who want to draw on this research for your project work, here you go! These docs will also be linked on the "Documents" page of my DP.
Folder of Resources Found Here
Doty's Workshop will be on.....
Doty serves as a consultant and educator for Trauma Sensitive Schools, teaching about the impact of trauma on brains, bodies, and behaviors. She is trained to help schools infuse trauma sensitive practices while building the resilience of staff and students alike. Trauma Sensitive Schools see a decrease in discipline referrals and an increase in outcomes like graduation rates and higher levels of staff engagement, satisfaction, and retention.
Humanities teacher at Animas High School