Contract for Grade Proposal : LUSENET : M.Ed./International Falls : One Thread

Karen, OK, but I think you should do one additional project. The mentoring is great and carries through for the year, I see the journal article as a maybe, what journal, and what kind of article? You might need an additional project for spring, or you could wait and think of something later. Terry A. **************************************************************** "B" requirement will be fulfilled by participating in the STRIVE mentoring program. This is a co-operative mentoring program through the city, school district, and the county. The training began on October 6, and will be continued on October 13, and October 27. Mentoring will be with a student from the senior class and will extend all year. "A" requirement will be fulfilled by publishing an article in a professional journal.

Answered by Karen Swenson ( from on October 07, 1998.

-- Anonymous, November 04, 1998


Revised Grade Proposal:

"B" requirement will be fulfilled by participating in the STRIVE mentoring program this year.

"A" requirements will be fulfilled by

: 1. Presenting the Responsive Classroom strategies and techniques to the Committee for Reducing Rural Violence and the staff at Holler Elementary School.

2. Organizing and participating in the Community Carnival project. This project brings together people of all ages from the community for an evening of fun and food.

3. Attending the Center for School Change Conference in February.

4. Writing an educational article in The Daily Journal during the month of May.

-- Anonymous, November 12, 1998

Hi Karen!

We would like more information about the Carnival and your presentation on Responsive Classroom Techniques. When are they scheduled? Please follow up the presentation with a 2-3 page double-spaced paper posted to the Web. See Beth Cramer's page for additional criteria. Based on the above information, you will be earning an A grade both terms. Thank you.

Mary Ann Rotondi & Mary Jean Menzel

-- Anonymous, November 16, 1998

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