Enrollments Begin August 1st

When they open, just log in to the account that you want to enroll in to a course and click on the course name in the left column. Then enter the self-enrollment key posted in the course description. 

 

Directions

GLAM

IMPORTANT NOTE TO EARLY SEATING FAMILIES:

Use the key from your early seating course rather than the key below.  You will be seated first in this class if we run out of seats.  

For general seating students, you will be placed in a lottery for any remaining available seats.  Use the key below.

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Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • Session A Meets Tuesdays at Noon CST

    February 5, 12, 19, 26

    March 5, 12, 19

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    Session B Meets Wednesdays at 10:30 AM CST

    February 6, 13, 20, 27

    March 6, 13, 20

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

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GLAM

IMPORTANT NOTE TO EARLY SEATING FAMILIES:

Use the key from your early seating course rather than the key below.  You will be seated first in this class if we run out of seats.  

For general seating students, you will be placed in a lottery for any remaining available seats.  Use the key below.

-

Enroll

 -

Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • Session A - Mondays at 9:00 AM CST

    February 25

    March 4, 11, 18, 25

    April 1, 8

  • Session B - Mondays at 2:30 PM CST

    February 25

    March 4, 11, 18, 25

    April 1, 8

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

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GLAM

 

Class Meets:

  • 7 sessions 

Sessions Available (May be subject to change):

  • This was a temporary holding course while recruiting teachers.  No longer enrolling in this course.  Student are being enrolled in new sessions with confirmed times.

Age/Grade: Middle School

This course is best for middle school ages who need to learn the basics about how to study and be organized. If a high school student still needs basic organization and study skills, it will be helpful for them also. There will be minimal homework. It is mostly requiring the kids to put what they are learning into practice along with brief weekly summaries (1-3 sentences) of what they have accomplished or learned that week.

Requirements: 

  • ability to read and upload Word/Open Office documents as well as an occasional picture
  • student planner (Any planner is sufficient.)
  • notebook with paper and dividers (What you are already using will likely work. The notebook is not specific for this class, but to help with organization of your other subjects.)
  • The student should be doing at least one other class in their regular schooling so that they have a class to practice their newly learned skills in.

Course Outline:

  1. Getting Organized
  2. Learning Styles
  3. Taking Notes Part 1
  4. Taking Notes Part 2
  5. How to Study
  6. Time Management
  7. Study Skills Challenge

Save