Miss Jessica Post
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Meet Miss Post
Hello! I am a Colorado native who graduated with a degree in International Affairs from CU Boulder. I studied abroad in Senegal (West Africa) and enjoy traveling, hiking, and being outdoors. Before coming to Standley Lake, I worked with refugees in the Denver Metro area and taught for two years at an Expeditionary School in the Mapleton School District. This will be my sixth year at SLHS. I coach the Freshmen volleyball team and in July 2020 I finished my Master's Degree in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education at Regis University.
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2021 Class Schedule
Period 1: World Geography
Period 2: World Geography
Period 3: Psychology
Period 4: Office Hours
Period 5: Psychology
Period 6: Leadership Team Meeting
Period 7: Office Hours
Period 8: Multicultural Perspectives
World Geography Core Class
Course Description and Syllabus
Course Description: Psychology touches every aspect of our lives. As we work, play, study, and simply interact every day, we are experiencing countless psychological phenomena. In this course, we will explore how our brains and bodies react to information and situations- sometimes in predictable (but often in unpredictable) ways. This course helps students understand that they are not alone, whether they face learning difficulties, body issues, depression, or loneliness. It gives students a window into why they may be experiencing these things, what to do when these issues become serious, and how they can either work their way through them or reach out for help. Students can see a whole body of science, information, theories, and modes of treatment to address their concerns about themselves and possibly those around them. Studying psychology helps students become more effective in their most important and basic role in the world- relating to others and understanding themselves.
Multicultural Perspectives Elective
Course Description & Syllabus
Course Description: In Multicultural Perspectives, we operate on the consideration that race is a social construct that has been, and continues to be, a powerful social and cultural force in American society. We will explore identity, racism, oppression, and empower students to move issues into action. This course focuses on themes of social justice, social responsibility, and social change as well as the experiences of marginalized people in the US.