Tag Archives: Amy

Student Leadership Class (Amy and TSam)

Do you want to learn about who you are and how that impacts you as a leader in our community? Do you want to explore various leadership styles? Do you want to be a part of understanding how to create and support a culture of belonging at PSCS? Do you want to work on projects like creating a student government at PSCS and other community building activities? Then this is the place for you.

This class focuses on who you are as a leader, different strategies for leadership, different styles of leadership, working on various projects that are student driven, and really digging deep into what it means to be a school that cares about everyone feeling like they belong. Join us as we continue our journey in exploring all of these topics.

You did not have to be in this class Fall Term to join us in Winter Term. This class is open to all!

How to Teach a Class (Amy)

Hello! Are you a student who wants to lead a class? If so, prior to being able to teach, you need to complete this almost 100% asynchronous class delivered in ten modules that you can go through at your own pace. To help, a pacing guide and weekly email reminders are sent to keep you on track. Here is what the class covers:

Part One  – Exploration of Good Teaching and Learning About Yourself as a Teacher.

Part Two – Planning Your Class

Part Three – Pitching Your Class

Duolingo World Language Class (Amy)

Do you need a World Language class? Are you motivated to work asynchronously approximately 20 minutes a day during the week? Do you want to choose what language you learn? Then this is the class to take. Students can either select to use the program Duolingo or provide their own program (must be approved) to study a language over the course of ten weeks. Students are expected to work at least 20 minutes a day five days a week to earn credit for this course.