HUB S.T.A.R. Requirements
Swartz Creek Global Learning Hub - Student Accountability
Students Taking Academic Responsibility
Presented by Mr. T
You have a RIGHT & RESPONSIBILITY
Mr. Richard K. Thompson
You are a S.T.A.R !
Students Taking Academic Responsibility
Your commitment to your education is impressive.
If you are a veteran student or brand new -
ALL must be part of this Brilliant Opportunity to Succeed.
Due to a change in the state funding and mandatory accountability
I need your full dedication and discipline in the HUB.
You will expected to follow through on your classes, attendance and requirements of the program. (Listed below)
Mr. T Rap - Link Below
S.T.A.R. Students Taking Academic Responsibility
Success Inspires Success
Tour of Boot Camps...
Tuesday March 25, 2014 - 1:00 - 5:30 PM
Seat Time Waiver
Below is a link about the 5-O-B pupil accounting and the law.
As freedom is not free - you must pay the price for your time away from a brick and mortar school building.
Are you responsible enough?
Do you have the Characteristics to be successful?
Can YOU Handle this?
Addressing Online Learning and Truancy
Genesee County Attendance Task Force
Students enrolled in an online learning program will be held accountable for expectations of MCL 712A.2(a)(4) and requirements of the program.
Tracking student attendance in a district sponsored online program may differ from traditional attendance tracking and may vary student to student. The following attendance equivalents may be used by the district to measure student participation. Attendance equivalents may include but are not limited to:
- Email and/or phone conversations between the student and program mentor or teacher
- Completed work submitted through Learning Management System (LMS)* or other electronic means
- Lab time spent at on onsite educational facility
- Home visit meetings
- Evidence of measurable progress toward educational goals and graduation
The key to tracking student attendance in an online program is primarily driven by student progress in the program and not by the number of times a student logs in.
If the student is not engaging in the on-line program, it is the responsibility of the school to take the appropriate intervention measures.
Learning Management System (LMS) may include but is not limited to programs like Blackboard, Moodle, Osiris and Filemaker.
You are YOU ?
Characteristics of successful online learners
Students who can direct their own learning environment, fulfill course requirements and achieve individual academic success.
The online environment enables students to learn at their own pace, whether it’s traditional, extended or accelerated, relieving the stress of feeling rushed or pressured and providing enjoyment in the learning process.
Although it’s not necessary to have advanced computer skills, students should possess a working knowledge of electronic email, the Internet and basic keyboarding skills.
Students must be able to organize and plan their own best “time to learn.” There is no one best time for everyone, but the key to learning is to commit the time to learn.
Effective writing skills
Students must use electronic email to communicate with their peers as well as their instructors. The ability to write clearly in order to communicate ideas and assignments is very important to student success as well as a means to inform instructors of any concerns or problems.
Since there are no bells that begin and end classes, students must have a strong desire to learn and achieve knowledge and skills via online courses. Making a commitment to learn in this manner is a very personal decision and requires a strong commitment to participate in order to achieve academic success.
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Hub Team 2013-2014
Dean - Mr. Richard Kerry Thompson : email@example.com
Administrative Assistant - Ms. Patty Kilne : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mentor - Mr. Charles Oliver : email@example.com
English,Social Studies & Electives - Mr. Ben Gillett : firstname.lastname@example.org
Language - Ms. Sabrina Boyer : email@example.com
Science - Mr. Bryan Pyle : firstname.lastname@example.org
Math - Mr. Jim Kelly : email@example.com
EDP - Mrs. Char Srnek :firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Ed. - Ms. Kayla Trundle : email@example.com
Math Voluneteer Tutor - Mr. James Packer
VLAC - Dr. Carol Klenow : Klenow, Carol.Klenow@oakland.k12.mi.us
Assistant Superintendent : Mr. Adam Hartley : firstname.lastname@example.org
Websites of each discipline
T.E.A.M. Together Everyone Achieves More
Are you a Sheep or an Eagle?
An eagle learns to fly and is on their own.
One is not better than another, it is the freedom that is different.
In your education do you need the shepherd or can you fly and do this on your own?
or perhaps a little of each...
The Extra Degree ! Do you have what it takes? 212
Where are you on the scale ?
Are you ready to take a course online? - take the survey below...
Stress No More
This PowerPoint was produced by HUB student Madeline Lobdell.
Congratulations ! - It's ALL about YOU !
That means we need a few prerequisites from you so you can fully become an Awesome Student in the Swartz Creek Global Learning HUB.
Here is a list of tasks for you to complete to prove you can handle the freedom of being a self learner.
A- Your own E-mail
B- Your Time Management Database
C- Your Power Point about yourself
D- Your One Word
E- Your Commitment - Contract
F- Your 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
G- Your Digital Portfolio
H- Your E.D.P. Educational Development Plan
I - Your S.M.A.R.T. Goals
J - Your Citizenship / Volunteer / Coop
K- Your Online Readiness Test
L - Your STAR Test Online
M - Your Celly - Communication
N - Your T.R.P. Total Responsible Person
O- Your True Colors - Temet Nosce
P -Your Student Recommendation Form
Q- Your Lexicon
R- Your Fixed Intelligence or Fixed Mindset
S - Your Bamboo
T - Your 70% Pass Thresh-hold
U- Your Monkey
V- Your Big Idea
W- Your Quote
X- Your Vision Board
Y- Your Latin Phrase
Z- Your 3 D - Desire , Discipline, Dedication
AA- Lets Talk About Cheating
BB- Your Work Space
CC- My Story
DD- a Dozen Eggs
EE- Habits of Mind
C- Power Point About Yourself
1st slide - Your Name, Grade, Age and a photo of you
2nd slide - Why the S.T.W. program works for you
3rd slide- your favorite quote
The few and the Proud
We must be able to handle;e the responsibilities of online learning.
All of the requirements are here to set you up to succeed.
If indeed after evaluation the facts are clear that one can not keep up with the rigorous resolve it takes to be in the SCGLH a transfer will be in effect immediately.
This is to insure a system that works for each individual.
Keys to YOUR Success
- HUB Official Form
- Daily Email to Mentor (Mr. Oliver & C.c. Mr. T)
- Log in to M.V.U. course and work on class
- Log in to OdysseyWare Courses and work on classes
- Weekly in house Attendance (Tues. Wed. Thurs. 2:30 - 5:30)
- Daily Attendance Sheet - complete
- S.T.W. Student Record of On-Line Log ins (Count Month Only)
- Science Labs - 3 per science class (Dates posted)
- Complete - Graduation Plan Workshop
- STW Student Evaluation Fall Winter Spring Summer
- Semester 1 and Semester 2 Classes Worksheet
- Weekly Accountability Worksheet
3- M.V.U. Expectations
- Know your MVU login
- Know your MVU Password
- Watch the Welcome MVU Video and take notes
- Email your MVU teacher
Please study video below from MVU
What I expect from you:
- Please watch this quick video , which helps with many questions about role of mentor and role of students.
- Login at least 3-5 times per week (approx. 5-8 hours per week) to
be able to stay on pace to finish the course.
- Complete to the best of their ability ALL of the work, not just the
graded work in the course.
- Communicate with your instructor often.
- Use MESSAGE BOARD in Blackboard on any questions about:
- Course navigation
- Course content
- Any other course questions
- Call help desk (888) 889-2840
- For any technical issue with your computer
- E-text will not load
- Video's will not play
7. Communicate with mentor (school supervisor).
- Use face-to-face meetings and show mentor MY GRADES in Blackboard
or print Grade book weekly and turn in to mentor.
- Sign contract (if school deems appropriate)
8. Learn to become more self-directed in learning.
9. Read and follow MVS Acceptable Use Policy
10. Inform your teacher of your questions
Link below for more MVU information
9- Graduation Plan Workshop
M.D.E. Michigan Department of Education High School Graduation Requirements
Student Graduation Plan Worksheet
Complete - Graduation Plan Workshop
Do -Done - Decree
Hexahedron - Stellated Octahedron