Course Update

US History - AB

End of Course Test Information

Summer End of Course Test Information

Registration Deadline-June 18, 2013

EOCT Test Date-Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Click END OF COURSE REGISTRATION SURVEY to register.

HOME SCHOOL, PRIVATE SCHOOL, PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS, who are currently enrolled in the AB or B sections of a GaVS course, which by the state of Georgia, requires an End of Course Test (EOCT) MUST complete the registration survey. If you do not complete the survey you will not be registered for the summer, July 9, test date.

Click EOCT COURSE INFORMATION to view list of EOCT courses and information regardingNEW testing site locations.

REMINDERS

  • The EOCT is your final exam. If you miss the EOCT test your final grade will NOT be released.
  • EOCT information will be sent to your personal email account, not your GaVS email.
  • Test site location/time of test will be emailed two weeks prior to the July 9 EOCT test date.
  • Address questions to MKrueck@doe.k12.ga.us


One more D2L Help Session....

Join us on Adobe Connect to learn how to navigate your summer course. We will be discussing everything you need to know about your course. This will be your chance to ask questions. We have some new and exciting things to share. The dates/times for summer D2L Help sessions are listed below. All sessions will be recorded for students who are unable to attend a live session. The links to the recordings will be posted in this announcement after each live session.

Dates/Times/Recordings

June 13 - 7PM

Enter the meeting as a Guest.

Type your first and last name.

Session Link: Navigate Your GaVS Course


Grades have been Updated

I have graded most everything that was turned in as of last night. Grades have been entered into the grade book. Please take moment to review your grades, read feedback, and let me know if you have questions.


Oversized Files

If you have large files for dropbox submission, you may have trouble uploading it into the dropbox. If this happens to you, please use the OVERSIZED FILES discussion board. You can post an attachment (your large file) to your discussion post. If you use this method, please be sure to submit a note in the dropbox for that assignment letting me know to look for your work in the discussion board.