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### Matemáticas de primer grado: números faltantes, valor posicional, desigualdades, tiempo, fracciones y dinero

¡Este curso se imparte dos veces por semana! En esta clase de matemáticas continua, los estudiantes desarrollarán sus habilidades y conceptos matemáticos, incluidos los números faltantes, el valor posicional, las desigualdades, el tiempo, las fracciones y el dinero (USD) mientras usan NearPod.
###### Shields Scholars by Cassondra Shields
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#### Qué está incluido

###### 2 reuniones en vivo
1 horas de clase por semana
###### Tarea
1 hora por semana. No formal homework will be assigned, however there will be worksheets and printables for your learner to work on after and in between classes for their own benefit.
###### Evaluación
The only assessments will be the NearPod games, which are more for review and practice than any formal assessment.

#### Experiencia de clase

###### Nivel Beginner
```ENROLL AT ANY TIME!

***As this is an ongoing class, we will mix it up every week to contain a total of 10 weeks (20 lessons) worth of different lessons and content for your learner to practice, so feel free to drop in and out as you need since these lessons are not cumulative and do not build on each other.***

In this ongoing math class, students will develop their math skills and concepts including missing numbers, place value, inequalities, time, fractions, and money (USD) while using NearPod. All lessons include printables and worksheets for your learner to work on independently after the class.

This course will meet for 30 minutes 2X/week to work on math skills above just adding and subtracting. Skills will include finding missing numbers in a mathematic equation, place value and using double and triple digits, inequalities, telling time on analog and digital clocks, simple fractions, and counting money (USD). One concept will be focused on per week. Please see the SYLLABUS below for specific lessons and which week they will be taught.

**NearPod is necessary for your learner to participate in this course!**
If you are new to using NearPod, please see the "Materials" section below for specifics on what this is and how to use it.

Each lesson will begin with a counting warm-up by practicing counting in some form: By 1s, by 2s, by 5s, and by 10s. Then we will go straight into "Time to Climb", an interactive NearPod game to do a quick adding/subtracting brain warm-up of single digits: 1+5; 4+3; 9-5; 7-7; etc. The section teacher will introduce the math concept of the week, do some group work, and then student practice using NearPod's interactive games.

Practice worksheets will be provided as PDF attachments based on the lesson and what we worked on together that day. You can print these out before or after class, but know that they are not necessary to bring to class as your learner will be working diligently on NearPod.

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SYLLABUS:

June 16 - 22
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Telling Time: Analog and Digital Clocks
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

June 23 - 29
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Basic Fractions: 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

June 30 - July 6
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Money (USD)
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

July 7 - 13
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Finding the Missing Numbers
• Group Practice Using a Number Line
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

July 14 - 20
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Place Value and Recognizing Double v Triple Digits
• Group Practice with Regrouping Numbers or "Carrying" and "Borrowing"
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

July 21 - 27
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Inequalities: Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

July 28 - August 3
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Telling Time: Analog and Digital Clocks
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

August 4 - 10
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Basic Fractions: 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

August 11 - 17
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Money (USD)
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

August 18 - 24
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Finding the Missing Numbers
• Group Practice Using a Number Line
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

August 25 - 31
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Place Value and Recognizing Double v Triple Digits
• Group Practice with Regrouping Numbers or "Carrying" and "Borrowing"
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

September 1 - 7
• Warm-Up Counting
• Time to Climb (Interactive Quiz)
• Inequalities: Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To
• Group Practice
• Student Practice with NearPod Games

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POLICIES

REFUNDS:
All Ongoing classes have a standard refund policy: "Cancel subscription at any point, no refund for past subscriptions. Payments can be refunded within 24 hours of purchase."

Refunds will not be issued for any case of a student no-show in which the student misses class. Our schedule holds a dedicated spot for your child each week. In the event that your child misses class, your payment is a reservation of that time that cannot otherwise be utilized by, scheduled for, or transferred to another student. Additionally; no refunds or makeup classes will be issued for class time lost due to students/parents being unprepared for class. Please read the full class description before enrolling to ensure you can be fully prepared come class start time. Upon enrollment, please be sure to turn on email notifications for messages and classroom post updates sent by your learner's teacher.

TRANSFERS:
Transfer requests will be accepted if the request is sent no less than 24 hours prior to the class start time and only for ongoing courses. If you have something come up and cannot make your section time, please send me a transfer request as soon as possible for another time during that same week. In the event of a one-time transfer and you would like your child moved back to their original section day/time, you need to send another transfer request or your child will stay in the current section.

There will be no transfers for student no shows under any circumstances.

ABSENCES & STUDENT NO-SHOWS:
A student no-show is defined as a student absence with no prior arrangements made with the teacher.
There will be no refunds or transfers for student no-shows under any circumstances.

In cases of no-shows for private classes or classes that happen to only have one learner, it is Outschool's policy that the class is automatically cancelled if no student shows up after 10 minutes have elapsed and you forfeit your payment for that class. If you have a private class, ALWAYS reach out before class starts if there is a reason you cannot make it.

Absentees are entitled to the class recorded as well as a student-paced NearPod lesson that parents can navigate with their student while watching the recording. Student-paced lessons are usually not put out publicly, so please message your teacher for access!

MAKEUP CLASSES:
Makeup classes are not offered at this time for group classes. Please message your teacher if you require a makeup time for a private class. We will reschedule a maximum of 3 times. All makeup requests need to be scheduled within 24 hours of the original class cancelation and cancelations need to be communicated no less than 24 hours before the originally scheduled lesson.

OUTSCHOOL POLICIES:
Only the enrolled student is admitted into the classroom and allowed to be on screen and participating in the class. Students may share a screen if and only if they are both enrolled into the class and in that same section. Friends, cousins, parents, siblings, etc. are not permitted to be on screen at all.

When entering your Zoom meeting, please make sure that your screen name matches your learner's name on the roster OR the enrolling parent's name on their profile. Any other names will not be admitted into the classroom due to safety and privacy concerns. If we as teachers cannot verify who is entering, it is against Outschool's policy to admit them.

Every student must turn on their video for teachers to verify that there is, in fact, a child in the classroom due to privacy and safety concerns. If you prefer your child not be on camera, you need to contact Outschool prior to the class to be "verified" beforehand. Refusing to turn on your camera for teachers to verify a child will result in removal from the Zoom meeting immediately.

Only one Zoom account will be admitted into the classroom per student. All Zoom meetings are recorded. Parents and/or guardians are not authorized to watch the class from a second device, but all class recordings are available in the classroom page for your viewing after the class has concluded. Some recordings may be deleted if something inappropriate happens during the lesson i.e. nudity or offensive behavior.

##### Metas de aprendizaje
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#### Otros detalles

This class uses NearPod, which is a separate online resource. **NearPod is necessary for your learner to participate in this course!** Parents and/or guardians, please read the announcements page prior to class to get your learner set up before class begins. Your learner may also need help throughout the lesson to complete the games and use the features. This class is for very young learners who may not fully understand how to click on a computer or set up NearPod on their own.
###### Requisitos previos
Learners should be able to count to 100, add and subtract fairly quickly within 10, and understand that numbers represent quantities.
###### Lista de útiles escolares
```WHAT IS NEARPOD?

NearPod is an interactive, online resource that we use for class. NearPod includes games relevant to the lesson to keep learners engaged the entire time since there is something for them to be focusing on and physically doing every few minutes. This can include little quizzes, matching, drag & drop, drawing, 3D, virtual reality, etc.

NearPod is necessary for your learner to participate in addition to Zoom.

If available, two devices is ideal for these classes. Most of my students like to have Zoom up on one device and NearPod on a touch device such as a tablet, iPad, or smartphone to make clicking on answers easy for little fingers.
However, two separate devices is NOT necessary to participate if not available!

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Check our classroom posts!
Within the hour prior to the class start time, there will be a classroom post with the NearPod hyperlink AND 5 digit code to our specific lesson.
The hyperlink will take you straight to the lesson via your browser.
Enter your learner's name on the top line
Leave the second line blank
Click "Join Lesson"

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DEMO LESSON FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS

Practice logging in to the demo lesson below to get an idea of how to use and setup NearPod:

Code: uz6st

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EXPECTATIONS

**Your learner will likely need your help the first few times they use NearPod because of this age group.
Please stay close during class in case they need assistance.

**Each class will have a different link and code available in a new post prior to each lesson.

You can also message us at any time with questions! We are happy to answer. :)```
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##### Experiencia y certificaciones del docente
```.css-1i9i5hl{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.6rem;line-height:1.5;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:0;font-size:1.6rem;font-weight:400;line-height:2.4rem;}Cassondra Shields (Ms. Cassie):

Cassondra has been an ESL (English as a second language) teacher for four years to the age groups 3-15. She graduated from the Honor's Program at The University of Nevada, Reno with a research thesis on adolescent conduct disorder attributes and how those attributes were statistically represented in adult incarceration and recidivism rates based on longitudinal study results. In order to conduct this type of research, Cassondra studied behavior, neurology, and psychology of children for several years as well as additional English and writing courses to write about this type of research. She has brought her expertise on child development and learning behaviors to Outschool as the curriculum developer for Shields Scholars. Cassondra is also a homeschool mom to her own children.

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Rheagan Bloomquist (Ms. Rheagan):

Rheagan earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas A&M University-San Antonio. She has a passion for helping people, and she believes every child can succeed when given the chance. She has experience working with elementary school children in her local independent school district. She also has prior experience teaching special needs kids. What Rheagan wants most is to make education exciting rather than scary; her goal is to help all children feel welcome, safe, and smart. She is excited to create a nurturing and fun learning environment for all children with Shield’s Scholars.
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