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-- Anonymous, November 11, 1998


Contract for B

Last summer I attended the Fiction Works 1998 Institute at The College of St. Scholastica. This Institute involved two weeks of reading, journaling, and discussing adult fiction with other teachers throughout the state. The instructors for the course were two professors from CSS and Becky Ardren, the Reading Curriculum Specialist with ISD #709. Part of the Institute included instruction involving children's literature. For this project, I would like to write an overview of this Institute and a description of the final project I taught in the Media Center with the fifth grade classes.

Contract for A

Cindy Upton, a third grade teacher at Lowell, and I would like to integrade the classroom reading series with the Resource Management Standard of the Minnesota Profile of Learning, taught in the Media Center.

We will use the form supplied in the package to document steps completed and determine student performance.

The checklist and rubric will be used to evaluate student learning.

Answered by Debra L. Berntson ( on November 07, 1998.

-- Anonymous, November 11, 1998

This is my contract for grade Feb. 1999:

Contract for B: This project would be a continuation of the grad rule technology package Cindy Upton and I have been teaching this previous quarter. The third grade students will be continuing with this package by integrating assignments from the reading series with technology and research skills.

Contract for A: One reason I applied for admittance into the master's program was the feeling the media program at Lowell, which I teach, needed a change in curriculum. Due to an increasing concern from the staff at Lowell for a technology person, I now know in which direction my program needs to change. I would like to spend this quarter searching and evaluating options for the media program in preparation for the next school year.

-- Anonymous, February 15, 1999

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