Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we embark on our remote learning plan. Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) me with any questions you may have regarding the assignments listed in Google Classroom. Please check my page and Google Classroom daily for updates! I will be available to answer questions about assignments through Google Classroom questions/responses and Google Meet daily from the hours of 11 AM-12 PM using the following information to join the session: Students can click on Launchpad and go to Google Meet and click on the code below.
You may also join by clicking the link below:
To join the video meeting, click this link: https://meet.google.com/uvj-qzbp-wna
Otherwise, to join by phone, dial +1 407-490-1761 and enter this PIN: 834 762 118#
To view more phone numbers, click this link: https://tel.meet/uvj-qzbp-wna?hs=5
Office hours are 9 AM-3 PM daily of which I will be available through email and Google Classroom.
Remind Information: Text: @evanssin
To: 81010Teacher Name: Aisha Evans, Ed.SSchool Email Address: email@example.comSubjects I Teach:5th Grade EIP ELA and MathSocial Studies Content Lead, School Level Behavior Support,PBIS Coach, and Innovation Champion for Technology__________________________________________________________It is my pleasure to enlighten parents and students about adventures with Ms. A. Evans! Welcome to an exciting journey of learning, collaborating, and creativity! I believe in working hard and setting high expectations for all of my students, because academic success is a necessary tool to be able to function later in life. Instruction takes place in the form of small group skill focused tasks, Blendspace, Powerpoint references, Google Slides, Padlet, Nearpod, lectures, and student/group participation. Students are encouraged to enjoy their learning environments as well as share ideas with others. The ultimate goal is student success and reaching goals never attempted before! "Today is a great day to learn something new"!“The true aim of everyone who aspires to be a teacher should be, not to impart his own opinions,
but to kindle minds.”
F. W. Robertson