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2 The Middie Mile From Here to There with Pride

3 Rigorous and Relevant The following are all examples of Rigorous and Relevant teaching and learning: Differentiated Instruction Project-Based Learning Student-Centered Learning Interdisciplinary Instruction

4 Learning is Important I think some things can change academically in our classroom & more hands on things with students where I feel all students will enjoy educational things more because learning is a big important part of life. -Ninth Grade Student “ ”

5 Google “Magic” Adding a tilde (~) to a search term will return related terms. For example, Googling ~nutrition returns results with the words nutrition, food, and health in them. What time is it in Bangkok right now? Ask Google. Simply enter what time is it with the locale at the end of your query, like what time is it Hong Kong to get the local time there.

6 NWEA MAPs What is the relationship between rigorous curriculum and instruction, mastery of standards, and test performance? Check out the National High School Transcript Mathematics Curriculum StudyNational High School Transcript Mathematics Curriculum Study

7 Myth Busters: Rigor in the Classroom Myth #1: Lots of Homework Is a Sign of Rigor Myth #2: Rigor Means Doing More Myth #3: Rigor is Not for Everyone Myth #4: Providing Support Means Lessening Rigor Learn why these myths have been BUSTED!

8 Are you wondering about rigor? What is the difference between rigorous standards, rigorous questioning, and instructional rigor? Rigorous standards are important, but the Common Core State Standards do not address how to implement rigorous instruction. Rigorous questioning is critical, but it is not enough. For example, a teacher might ask rigorous questions, but accept lower level answers. In that case, the instruction is not rigorous. -Barbara R. Blackburn

9 Supporting Rigor I think teachers at my school should explain better especially in math, math is a struggle for me because my math teacher is not writing on the board or explaining it well... so I think she should write on the board and explain it better. It would make a big difference in my future. -Sixth Grade Student “ ”

10 Upcoming PLCs GroupLocationFocus ElementaryIn BuildingsPLCs MMS, HV, CentralIn BuildingsMarzano Design Question MHS Content Focus Department Chairs with Departments

11 Health, Dental, & Vision Enrollment Open Enrollment for Health & Dental insurance starts November 11 for everyone (you must renew)! All forms and info are HERE on the MiddieNet. You will login in with your district username and password.HERE

12 Chromebook (Chrome OS) for Beginners Whether you have Chromebooks in your building, or are thinking about buying one during the holidays, this video will make you an expert in ½ an hour! Power Button Two Finger Click = Right Click Ctrl + C (Copy) or + V (Paste) Play YouTube Video Play YouTube Video Play YouTube Video Play YouTube Video Toggle In and Out of Full Screen

13 Good Reads The Mighty Miss Malone The Mighty Miss Malone by Christopher Paul Curtis Reading Ladders Reading Ladders by Teri S. Lesesne Support Struggling Students with Academic Rigor

14 Our Voices I wish the teachers would let us voice our opinion more, have more confidence in us. -Ninth Grade Student “ ”

15 The Butterfly Effect You have within you the power to change the world. ―Andy Andrews, The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters “ ”

16 I Like School It is a very nice school. People respect me. I have lots of friends at Rosa Parks. I have good grades in school. -Third Grade Student “ ”

17 The Best of the Web: The Arts ArtsEdge http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org Incredible @rt Department www.incredibleart.org www.incredibleart.org Sound Junction www.soundjunction.org www.soundjunction.org

18 On Bullying We need to start paying more attention to the kids who sit alone all the time, normally they're the victims of bullying. -Eighth Grade Student “ ”

19 Reading A-Z and RAZ Kids Want to change your username and password for Reading A-Z and RAZ Kids? 1.Login to Reading A-Z. 2.Choose the Profile tab. 3.Login information is located at the bottom of the window.

20 Thanks for Listening I think that we should have a little time in the day for some time to relax do homework and talk if we cannot have recess. And I think that we should have student body team presidents that way the person that is president can make decisions for the betterment of our school. We should also have sports, more assembled activities and more clubs. Sorry I wrote such a long comment but I really had some suggestions that would and could really help our school out if and only if you would take some of my ideas. Thank you for your time and the opportunity to tell you these things, I really hope you consider them. -Middie Pride Girl (Sixth Grade Student) “ ”

21 Happy Birthday Next Week to: Eugenia Jordan Mindy Farmer Jason Cave Ines Tomes Carl Banks Kathleen Jones Bradley Fletcher

22 See you next week!


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