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    Seeking To Educate & Promote Students'-Success in Math

     

    "A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning."

Algebra 1A

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    Margie L. Carswell


     

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    stepsinmathclass@gmail.com

    carswma@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us

     

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    828.668.2467 (text message; preferred method)


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    Tutoring will be offer Monday and Tuesday from 4:00pm-5:50pm. Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 7:30am-8:30am, are available upon request. PLEASE BE ADVISED , DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, TUTORING IS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. I am avaliable via phone, text message preferred and email, from 9-4pm.

     

    REP Students who is requesting additional assistance please contact Katrina Moore via email mooreka@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us or clicking this link to access her webpage.


     

    Detention

     

    When assigned, Students will serve detention either on Monday through Friday from 7:30-8:30am or 4:30-5:30pm. 

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    Six Practical tips to ensure your child is prepared for digital learning:

    1. Do a Double Check
      • Visit school and class portals for details and updates on assignments.
      • Ensure you have all required login and access codes.
      • Determine how to best communicate with teachers in case of questions (via text is preferred)
    2. Develop a Daily Routine 
      • Create a daily schedule in advance and write it out.
      • Require your child to follow the same daily routines as in school (i.e. shower, brush teeth, get dressed, comb hair, meke bed, etc.)
      • Consider using a timer or watch to track time spent on a specific subjects or assignments (PLEASE BE ADVISED STUDENTS SHOULD SPEND AT LEAST 55-60 MINS PER CORE CLASS PER DAY).
      • If parents are required to be at work or offsite while kids are home, require them to check in periodically throughout the day.
      • Allow designated breaks for strecthing, snacks, etc.
    3. Designate a Space for Learning
      • Create a space for learning in a common area where you can provide monitoring or support as needed.
      • Remove distractions (i.e. cell phones, television or other things that will distract learning).
      • Ensure your child/children have everything that is needed to succedd (technology, paper, pens, books, glasses, etc.)
        • PLEASE BE ADVISED COMCAST IS OFFERING INTERNET IS AVAILABLE AT NO COST FOR THE NEXT TWO MONTHS.
    4. Dedicate a Specific  Time for Downtown
      • Schedule designated time for lunch and/or snack
      • If weather permits, schedule outdoor time for physical activity.
      • Allow speificied time for social media, gaming. Youtube or other digital fun.
      • Once, pre-determined learning time is done, allow kids to put to books and all learning materials away and relax.
    5. Discuss Daily Progress & Accomplishments
      • Have daily discussion with your child/children to track their progress and to openly discuss their emotional feelings during this time.
      • Provide encouragement and words of support.
      • Be intentional about checking in with your child/children periodically throughout the day to provide support and guidance.
      • If your child/children has/have questions you can't answer, reach out to their teacher or check out online tools and resources.
    6. Determine the Rewards for Success
      • Keep track of your child's/children weekly progress with a journal, chart or planner.
      • Consider scheduling school work and assignments during the first  4-days of the work week leaving Friday free for fun.
      • If possible, plan something fun (and free ) at the end of the week that is contingent upon your child/children completing all their work.
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