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MS-HS Resource/Foundations of Education/Human Relations

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Welcome to my page.  My name is Kristi Wright and I have been teaching at Central Lyon since 2000.  The majority of my day is spent teaching middle and high school students in the resource room, but I also teach the dual credit classes of Human Relations, Directed Observation, and Foundations of Education.   . . .

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Directed Observation

Four seniors are taking Directed Observation as a dual credit course this semester.  Students receive one Central Lyon credit and one Northwest Iowa Community College credit for this class.  The prerequisite for this course is . . .

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Final Projects for Foundations of Education

    This project and presentation took the place of a comprehensive final exam.  Students had to choose a film or book featuring some aspect of teaching, culture, and education.  For the final project . . .

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Bellringers

Students in Foundations of Education are required to begin the class period with a "bellringer". Each day, a different student is assigned the task of coming up with a bellringer and beginning the class period.  They usually . . .

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Planning for Diversity: A Lesson Plan

Students in Foundations of Education were asked to plan a lesson on diversity in society.  They had to develop a lesson plan related to a diversity topic and teach it to their classmates.  Many of the lessons had their classmates . . .

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Human Relations

Human Relations for the Classroom Teacher is a dual credit class being offered at Central Lyon. Students receive three college credits from Northwest Iowa Community College and a credit from Central Lyon when completing this class with a C or . . .

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Foundations of Education

Foundations of Education is being offered to students at Central Lyon as a dual credit class.  Students are able to earn one high school credit and three college credits through Northwest Iowa Community College if they earn a grade . . .

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