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How will we interact with the world around us which is changing faster than many people can keep up? This course will use a mixture of old stories (Norse Myth and Othello) as well as the most recent events of the day to determine a balance between technology and humanity.

Students will work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication using the the most current technologies available. Students will work both individually and in groups for class assignments.

Course Syllabus

This semester course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.

Students will work on reading early human literature; exposure to Greek Mythology and British Romanticism. They will also work on the processes of preparing, evaluating, and delivering multiple forms of written communication.

Course Syllabus

This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.


Course Syllabus

New training module for staff hired after December 15, 2016 only.

This module will be folded into the full Essential Training course for the 2017 version of Essential Training, at which time all staff will be required to take it.

This unit covers the MN Academic Standards in [INSERT SUBJECT AREA HERE] for [INSERT STANDARD STRAND/BENCHMARK AND IDENTIFYING #'S] (See Language Arts/English section for a finished example.)

Time: ~3 weeks

This course is open to guest access with the [INSERT SUBJECT AREA HERE] enrollment key.

Tags: (Insert tag words here so that units may be found using the search feature based on unit topics.)