- Teacher: ABBY BATEMAN
Students will visit a variety of art museums across the state of MN - either personally or electronically. Students will report on the art mediums displayed. Students will have the opportunity to create a MN art catalog or a product representing the work of a MN artist as a final project.
In this course, students will read three books in a "Child Called It" series by David Pelzer. Students will analyze character development as a result of the events in his childhood and how they impacted his adult life. A variety of writing activities as well as reading comprehension strategies will be addressed in this course.
Media Literacy – the ability to “read” and interpret information presented in any format is a vital skill for every person in the 21st Century. This one-trimester course focuses on building Media Literacy skills, communication skills and thinking skills using cinema as a vehicle. Students will be expected to engage in online forums; participate in oral discussions; research, prepare, present and lead a topical discussion; and write Screening Reports and Screening Reviews to demonstrate their level of critical and appreciative thinking about the cultural and artistic importance of the films viewed.
- Teacher: KELLY COLEMAN
Media/Technology Clerk: Jaime Burnside
Media Specialist/Technology Integrationist: Amy Carney
- Teacher: Amy Carney
This is a collection of resources as compiled by Mr. Stevens to support the work of students, parents and staff.
- Teacher: GLEN STEVENS
In this course students will learn how to use audio recorders and editing software. They will create audio segments which later will be included in a class created podcast.
A collection of resources for students using the North Branch Area Middle School media center.
- Teacher: RACHELLE WEINAND
Special Education Compliance training. This course is designed for case managers who serve in special education.
- Facilitator: Sarah Brown
Press releases, recent and upcoming events and community information can be found here.
- Teacher: PATRICK TEPOORTEN
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