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Cactus Shadows Curriculum Night

Cactus Shadows Curriculum Night. 2019-2020 IB/AP Economics. Jonathan Naylor jnaylor@ccusd93.net ( 480)- 575-2469 https:// www.ccusd93.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=8840 Grand Canyon University, M.A . Curriculum and Instruction: Technology

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Cactus Shadows Curriculum Night

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  1. Cactus Shadows Curriculum Night 2019-2020 IB/AP Economics

  2. Jonathan Naylor jnaylor@ccusd93.net (480)-575-2469 https://www.ccusd93.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=8840 Grand Canyon University, M.A. Curriculum and Instruction: Technology Rio Salado College, Post-Degree Online Secondary Teacher Certification Program Northern Arizona University, B.S. American Political Studies Welcome

  3. Arizona Department of Education Teacher Certificate: Standard CTE Business & Marketing, K-12 Standard Professional Secondary, 6-12 in the approved areas of Middle Grade Social Studies, Political Science/Government, Structured English Immersion Substitute, PreK-12 Welcome

  4. Check Google Classroom and my teacher website for updates Check Infinite Campus regularly Weekly missing/failed assignments email Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences Communication

  5. Economics is a social science, which is a study of people in society and how they interact with each other. It is the study of how scarce resources are allocated to fulfill the infinite wants of consumers. Content

  6. Posted on my website under Classroom Documents and in Google Classroom. Syllabus

  7. Respectful – One person speaks at a time; Feelings of other classmates; Personal property of other classmates. Responsible – Electronics off and out of sight; Treat computers better than you would want to be treated; Clean up trash; Food or drink not permitted, except water. Safe – Wear ID badge daily; Remain in seat; Dismissal by Mr. Naylor, not the bell. Attitude – Ready to learn; Participate; Always try your best; Go above and beyond Classroom Routines

  8. My goal for my classroom is to make it an engaging, safe, and fun learning environment in which students can learn in. I hold high expectations for all my students. Academic Expectations

  9. Most of the work is completed in class. Students are notified if there is homework the day in class. They are to check Google Classroom. Practice for Mastery Homework Policy

  10. Given after a chapter or unit. Sometimes, quizzes will be given in between. Students are notified well in advance, so they are given time to prepare. IB and AP test dates will be announced soon. Assessments

  11. 20% for Homework/Classwork 40% for Tests/Quizzes 20% for Activities/Projects/ Presentations. 20% for Final Grades will be updatedweekly, usually by Wednesday or Thursday. Grading

  12. Be on time • Be there EVERYDAY • Be Prepared 5 absences- parent notification 8 absences- warning notice 13 absences- loss of credit Attendance

  13. Office Hours- Tuesday and Thursday – 2:05 to 3:00pm Free Tutoring- Library Free Tutoring- NHS Student Support

  14. Check IC regularly for grades and assignments Check homework for completion Ask about school Communicate with teachers and counselors IC app for your cellphone! TIPS FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

  15. High School students need the same follow-thru, time and attention that an elementary student needs. Parents with high expectations have students who succeed. Tips for Student Success

  16. Let us know how we can help to support your student and family meet their goals. Parents Make the Difference in Student Success!

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