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B.R.I.D.G.E. Building, Remedial, Instruction, and Developing, your Gift, in Education. By Veronica Dean, M.Ed . Mt. Healthy Junior/Senior High School 8101 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45231 513-619-8355 [email protected] The Agenda. Background and Introduction

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B r i d g e building remedial instruction and developing your gift in education

B.R.I.D.G.E. Building, Remedial, Instruction, and Developing, your Gift, in Education

By Veronica Dean, M.Ed.

Mt. Healthy Junior/Senior High School

8101 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45231

513-619-8355

[email protected]


The agenda

The Agenda

  • Background and Introduction

  • Statistics (my numbers are your numbers)

  • Next steps (A Christmas Carol)

  • This is how we do it!

  • Finished Product

  • Trouble Shooting

  • Questions


Background and introduction

Background and Introduction

  • According to US News,

  • the high school graduation rate is up

  • two straight years straight

  • 78 percent. In another US News article, graduation rates may be slightly skewed due to the reporting of special education student graduation rates.*


Background and introduction1

Background and Introduction

  • In another US News article, graduation rates may be slightly skewed due to the reporting of special education student graduation rates.*


Preaching to the choir

Preaching to the choir

  • Some graduating students attend four year programs and others attend two year programs and/or state or career technical schools.

  • You know your students’ skills, academic level, and their abilities. You know your challenges when you walk into that classroom every day! 


Author james hiilman

Author James HiIlman

  • The Soul’s Code, “We are all born geniuses. It is what takes place in life that stunts or stops the genius.”


Statistics

Statistics

  • Know your audience

  • When my numbers become your numbers in 6 years –

  • Or when your numbers were my numbers 6 years ago

  • We may have to change how we reach the masses!


My class statistics

My Class Statistics

  • 148 students

  • 16% students with IEP, Individualized Education Plan (IQ is less than 70%)

  • 47% students operating at a Limited scoring rate (Ohio Department of Education – student is scoring less than 30 percent on a standardize test)

  • 1% English Limited Learner


More statistics

More Statistics

  • Mt. Healthy City Schools graduation rate was 89.2%* in 2009 – 2010.

  • The percentage matriculating to a post-secondary education was 70%.


Next steps a christmas carol

Next steps (A Christmas Carol)

  • Career tech schools

  • 2 year state colleges

  • 4 year colleges and universities

  • Graduate programs


This is how we do it end in mind what is the lesson s objective

This is how we do it; end in mind!What is the lesson’s objective?


Build a potpourri of audio video and photos

Build a potpourri of audio, video, and photos.

  • To create the following:

  • Lesson introduction length is > 6 minutes.

  • Lesson review length is > 5 minutes.

  • I am absent and presenting at this conference length is 40 minutes and please take notes.


Know your audience

Know your audience

  • Intervention – three (3) DVD’s or CD’s length

  • is > 3 minutes each.

  • Bubble – one (1) this is the middle of the road student, length

  • is > 4 minutes

  • Challenge -- one (1) length

  • is 3 – 6 minutes


Finished product

Finished Product

  • Trust Me!

  • Step by step we make a lesson!


Video photographs instructions

Video/Photographs Instructions

  • Open WINDOWS LIVE MOVIE MAKER Click Title – Insert Title and adjust text box

  • Click Home Tab

  • Click Add Video or Photos

  • Insert picture(s)

  • Click Add Music

  • Insert audio


Audio instructions

Audio Instructions

  • Open AUDACITY

  • Begin recording

  • Save as .aup file

  • Export as a wav file


Trouble shooting

Trouble Shooting

  • Save audio as wmp or audacity or mp3 file or wav file.

  • If it is voiceover Export as wav file.

  • If it is music Export as mp3 file.

  • Save video as Windows Live Movie Maker file.

  • Save photographs as jpeg file.


Trouble shooting1

Trouble Shooting

  • Photographs may be taken from your Google free pictures online, use your cell phone or Big Lots inexpensive flip camera.

  • When creating the project in Windows Live Movie Maker file and laying audio files on video or photographs – PLEASE REMEMBER to delete existing audio before inserting new audio.


B r i d g e building remedial instruction and developing your gift in education

  • All students have a gift and are gifted. It is up to you and me to bring out the gift and giftedness in each of our students. The gift that each student brings to us is how the student learns.

  • How we disseminate the learning process is our gift to them.


B r i d g e building remedial instruction and developing your gift in education

  • Questions?


References

References

  • http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/help/user_guide/graph/variables.asp

  • Retrieved September 30, 2012.

  • http://www.ode.state.oh.us/reportcardfiles/2010-2011/DIST/044412.pdf

  • www.mthcs.org Retrieved September 30, 2012.

  • http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/high-school-notes/2012/06/13/graduation-rate-increase-propelled-by-latino-achievement

  • Graduation Rate Increase Propelled by Latino Achievement by Kelsey Sheehy. Retrieved August 12, 2012.

  • http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/high-school-notes/2011/12/14/better-high-school-graduation-rates-may-be-an-illusion

  • Better High School Graduation Rates May Be An Illusion by Jason Koebler. Retrieved August 12, 2012.


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