Weber's 5th Grade
Welcome 5th graders!
We are beginning a new adventure in our learning experience. You are already awesome at navigating technology and working independently. I will be working just as hard at home to help keep you informed, encouraged, and engaged. In Math you often find me saying, "When in doubt, draw it out!", so expect a lot of videos of me drawing these next few weeks. Also, you won't know what you can do unless you try. Many of our explorers were in uncharted territory, but they were all willing to take the risk and many of them found success. Please be willing to try. Show me what you know. More importantly, show your parents what you know! This is your time to shine. And SHINE you will! In the various tabs you will find information to help guide you on your learning. Keep in mind that I understand you may not be able to complete each and every little thing that is on here. I'm providing you the resources to do what you can. If you think something is missing or I could do something better, feel free to send me a message below in the "Have a Question?" form. This can include suggestions, questions on assignments, prayer requests, answers to my questions, or even ideas for how we can work collaboratively.
Tentative daily hours:
7:00-8:30 am- Morning messages and recording new instructional videos
1:00-2:00 pm- Answering questions, editing any work for the next day based on feedback, and recording read aloud video
7:30-8:30 pm (or after my kids fall asleep)- Answering any questions, checking submitted school work, preparing for the next week
Note to parents/guardians:
As always, please feel free to email me with any questions, concerns, or feedback. While I do not have set office hours at this time, I do aim to be dedicated to my students and their education on a daily basis. I also have to continue to care for my children and especially focus on the education of my preschooler during this extended home-stay. Please be understanding of my circumstances. I will also keep in mind that everyone at home is facing a new reality and may not be able to complete all tasks in a timely manner. In the end I hope that all my students are safe, happy, and enjoying the time they have with family.
Thank you and God bless,