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This project guides student in the exploration of a psychological disorder. The project lists 24 choices. They design a cover, research a brief description, with treatment. The highlight of the project is when students write a narrative of the
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This is a simple worksheet for students to explore their parent's and/or guardian's parenting styles. I use it in my Psychology class when we are exploring Developmental Psychology. Students do a combination observation and questionnaire to
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For a fun break in my Psychology class, I assign this short project. It gives students a choice to look in to some "popular" psychology topics. The topics are all very interesting. In the 1st step, students choose one of the many topics. Then
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Every year in my Psychology class, I assign students to create a guide for other teens and/or their parents. Most of the time these guides are aimed at younger students and most of the time my students choose a topic for their guide where they have
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Zap 19 is a project I developed for middle school students to get them to think about their future. The project requires students to do research and ask questions of their parents in 3 areas: Economics/Career decisions, Academic Decisions, and
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This project is designed to explore your town's local history. It was designed by me for Proctor, MN. It includes a very detailed description of each chapter for the final product, a book created by the entire class. All you have to do as a
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One of the best ways to get students engaged in history is to make them aware that history already lives in their lives. Their parents and/or grandparents have a rich history to share. This activity gives students a 4 step process for
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This group project is an investigation, both globally and in the United States, of the inequalities in Income, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, & Age. Students explore 6 different topics inside of each inequality, comparing the inequalities in the
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This 1 page worksheet is an adaptation of the brain and research based reading method SQ3R. The method guides students through a process of reading. The worksheet is simple and uses easy-to-understand directions. Students S - Survey, Q -
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This assignment will help all of your students gain an understanding of how difficult it is to start and run a business. I have used it for many years in my regular and College in the School Economics courses. The project is mine, and many of the
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This worksheet leads students to a webpage about different Theorists/Psychologists dealing with personality. Students choose 4 articles to examine and summarize from the likes of Adler, Freud, Yung, Skinner, and Msslow, among others. Students then
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For each class I teach, I choose the 9 most important concepts and repeatedly quiz and test my students. This idea, from William Glasser, guarantees that student know and understand AT LEAST the most important concepts of your subject area. This
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Very simple What I think I know, What What I want to know, and What I learned chart for 13 Psychological Disorders.
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I use this project as the capstone to my High School Psychology class. Students choose a person, real or imagined, fiction or non-fiction to study. The project directs them to research the possible psychological disorders and then diagnose and
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This blank chart guides Psychology students who are examining mind-altering drugs when covering the Conciousness unit. It provides a blank chart and a group work sheet where students are assigned one drug to research. When they are finished
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Most U. S. History textbooks and courses are split up into 2 parts. This Broad timeline is designed to clarify the 10 most important events during the first time period (The beginnings to 1865 - 8th grade at my school...). Although I teach about
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This short activity requires Psychology or any student learning about classical conditioning to put thier learning to a practical use. Students try to teach a pet a trick using classical conditioning techniques.
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This simulation is to think about how the founding fathers decided on the structure of our current government. It tricks students in to looking at who will be given power in their new country and how they will use it. It introduces them to the
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A simple practice sheet for beginning Econ. students that gives them a little practice in plotting supply and demand and finding equilibrium.
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A current events class activity that features a series of debates for any class. Includes specific directions, 5 topics with specific stands on each side, a scoring rubric, a debate preparation worksheet & a debate format.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

• September 2008 to Present. Teacher, Senior Social (Economics & Sociology), Government, & Psychology, including College in the Schools classes through University of Minnesota – Duluth and Lake Superior College. Proctor High School, Proctor Public Schools • September 1992 to June 2008. Teacher, Eighth Grade American History, Eighth Grade Introduction to the Social Sciences, Seventh Grade World History, 9th grade American History, Jedlicka Middle School, Proctor High School, Proctor Public Schools. • September 2003 to present. Online Educator, 7th – 12th Grade Economics, Personal Economics and Finance, Psychology, Anthropology, World History, U. S. History, Economics, Sociology, Government, & Civics, Proctor Public Schools and Minnesota Service Cooperative Online Learning Project • June 2005 to present. Interpersonal Communications Teacher, Upward Bound through Lake Superior College and University Wisconsin-Superior • June to August 2003 – Summer School Teacher, Project Reconnect – Proctor Public Schools • August 2002. Adult Educator, Arrowhead Technology Literacy Association of Schools. • September 1997 to June 1998. Alternative Program Teacher, Jedlicka Junior High, Proctor Public Schools. • September 1990 to June 1992. Teacher – Emotional Disorders, Skyline Alternative Center, Grades 7-9, Duluth Public Schools. • February 1990 to July 1990. Pilot Teacher/Coordinator – Miller Dwan Adolescent Chemical Dependency Program, Duluth Public Schools. • July 1989 to February 1990. Adult Basic Education/GED Teacher/Coordinator – Adult Basic Education, G.E.D., Federal Prison Camp, Duluth, Minnesota. • May 1998 to June 1989. Teacher – Emotional Disorders, Northwood Childrens’ Home, Duluth Public Schools.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My basic lesson plan: Bellwork Discussion Short lecture(Less than 10 minutes) Do something!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

• 2007. Became a published author of the book “Managing Middle School Madness – Helping Parents and Teachers Understand the Wonder Years†Rowman & Littlefield Education Division • 2007. Section 7AA Girls Hockey Coach of the Year • 2004. National Education Association Dale Rollie Award Recipient for innovation in improving student learning • 2000. Selected as Proctor Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Advanced through two rounds of elimination to be named one of 28 “Teachers of Excellence†for the State of Minnesota • 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010,2011. MPH Excellence in Education Award Recipient – Each senior in the top 10% of their class chooses the teacher who most inspired them for this award. • 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers – Chosen by thirty-one students. • 1997. Proctor Schools Award Recipient – Received district wide appreciation award from Proctor Public Schools. • 1997. Grant Recipient, US West/NEA Minnesota Teacher Network. • 1996. Terrific Teacher Award – Awarded Terrific Teacher Foundation grant for updating a textbook chapter on the former Soviet Union. • 1990, 1992. Section 7A Coach of the Year in Cross Country/Track

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master of Science in Education, University of Wisconsin – Superior, Superior, Wisconsin. June 1989 to May 1997. CERTIFICATION: Teaching students with Emotional Disturbances K - 12 Bachelor of Arts, College of Saint Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota. September 1983 to May 1987. MAJOR: Social Science with a concentration in Psychology Completed Coaching Licensure Program FURTHER TRAINING: Northeast Service Cooperative in Online Teaching, 2003-2012 University of Minnesota, Main Campus St. Paul: Economic Concepts. July 2008 Seattle Pacific University: 15 credits received for William Glasser Institute courses and Parent Involvement courses

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