Personalized Learning Update
LGHS and Cohort 16
Refining the LGHS Vision
On Monday, October 5th, Mr. Reynolds and Toni Collie will be visiting every department during their respective planning periods to discuss the plan in greater detail and to answer questions. Our goal is to ensure that everyone is aware of the process, where we are in that process, and what you can expect as we move forward.
Meet Kimberly Sheppard
Dr. Sheppard is a Henry County Personalized Learning Coach; she will be working with us as we implement our personalized learning vision.
In her words...
I am currently in my twelfth year of education in Henry County. Having run the gamut, I have worked with all age ranges but always with a high emphasis on ELA, Social Sciences, and especially technology. I am passionate about integrating technology into various subjects and providing teachers and students with resources and the knowledge of how to make those resources. I have taught using a flipped classroom for five years and have led professional development on how to implement this model. Researching new technology and areas of curriculum has been a personal interest so to further that interest I work part time as an adjunct professor.
- Providing Support With Computer Skills
- Flipped Classroom
- Movie Making
- Creating Documents/Forms in various formats
- Webdesign internet based, HTML & CSS
- Basic Coding
- Professional Development
Braden River High and Clearwater High
At Braden River, the students set goals for themselves, create products that demonstrate their mastery of standards, and participate in international competitions. The students also work toward and earn numerous industry certifications based on their chosen pathways. The teachers act as facilitators and managers, providing instruction and clarification as students need it. This visit allowed LGHS staff members to see our proposed vision in action. Ask one of them to explain the pictures below!