• Greetings,

    The colliquia outline for this class involves utilizing a variety of research-based practices, assessments (formal and informal) to determine the most appropriate application for student success enrolled in core content areas such as the following: Math I, II, III, & IV, English I, II, III and IV, World History, Civics & Economics, American History I & II, Earth Science, Physical Science and Biology. The course strategic design is to enhance students conceptual framework with regards learning during the 21st Century era.  The research based practices is exempliery in the preparation of students whom desire to attend college and/or enter the workforce. There are several successful methodology of learning that will  be used in the colliquia which can be identified through four components: Visual Learning, Auditory, Reading/Writing and Kinesthetic. These forms of learning components provide a diverse and wide range of opportunities to explore best practice methods for student success and offer various levels of academic achievement. These tactical methods and models of learning offers an exploration of assessment tools in understanding student sensory and processing skills that connect their levels of comprehension in core content areas.

    As an experienced teacher with over a decade of professional practices, an array of educational resources and metadisciplinary practices will be used to gather data and student work samplesto maintstream core content with lesson plans, academic objectives, student progress and deficiancies. This practicie neccessites the important of universal educationl practices that promote learning due to an everchanging baseline of District and State testing requiremets. The formulation of mainstreaming academic content is also a component of essential skills needed meet enrollement expectations for college and/or participating in the workforce. It is imperative that I display a variety of unique and ecclectic methods that will help all students strive to reach their abilities while students engage in various components of academic "rigour" This is essential in order to be competitive in an every challenging and changing 21st century business/industry market. In addition, the conceptual framework and practice of "honesty" regarding students level of learning, progress and needs is the cornerstone for student success and growth. I strongly suggest and display these attributes at all times.

    In an effort to lead students to higher levels of critical thinking while modeling new concepts of learning, it is my hope that each student will reach his or her focused - centered aspiration towards his or her designated career patheway with confidence and success. The values and norms of learning are the essence of creating a stimulating environment for learning while encouraging academic discipline, student accountability and a sense of belonging in an one-on-one or group setting. As the students progress through the 2018-2019 school year, it is with great anticipation in which I look forward to engaging students, parents and essential key stakeholds in a constructiv and collaborative manner regarding student outcomes coupled with obtaining feedback to enlightened, enhance and embrace the needs and outcomes of my students. The practices employed in the classroom is the blue-print for the foundation of sudent achievement with unlimited boundaries.

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  • Schedule:

    1st Period - Biology

    2nd Period - Curr - Read

    3rd Period - Planning/Testing/Meetings

    4th Period - Biology

    Phone:  704-736-1969

    Email:  pbarnes@lincoln.k12.nc.us

    Degrees & Certifications:
    Bachelor of Science & Master's of Science

    Course Expectations:
    Please Review the Calendar regarding assignments DUE DATES.
    In order to TRACK your child PROGRESS, please sign into POWERSCHOOL to review your child grades.
    The due dates for assignments will be waived in accordance to the handbook absentee policy
    Please review the new Tardy Policy and the consequences associated with the POLICY.
    Make sure your child understand the techology policy in the student handbook.
    All classroom policy and procedures for the classroom can be found on the Lincoln County District page outining the student hand book.

    Supplies:
    Graphic Calculator
    3 Ring Binder
    Notebook
    Writing Pencils
    Color Pencils
    Erasers
    Glue Sticks
    1 Composition Notebook

    Teacher Wishlist:
    Kleenex (alot of students have allergies)
    Gloves
    Desk Clorox Wipes
    Notebooks
    2 inch Binders
    Pencils
    Copying Paper