Email : Shiplett.email@example.com
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All material for A&R will be posted on my Google Classroom.
Remind is the best way to contact me. Class codes are listed below.
2nd period: text 81010 with code @2hegbd
3rd period: text 81010 with code @c78ffg
4th period text 81010 with code @62729f
9th period: text 81010 with code @834444
10th period: text 81010 with code @9a34ddb
Google Classroom Codes
2nd period: j7r2zoo
3rd period: lhmdmal
4th period: z73jdpl
9th period: nwh63zh
10th period: jv73nmh
** if you are a parent and would like to be added as a guardian to your student, allowing you to get weekly updates on assignments, and course work. Just email me at Shiplett.firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you.
A little about me
My Name is Jim Shiplett 2015-2016 school year was the first year I took over running the Mod Tech lab, before, I taught high school math at Carrollton High School for 3 years. The summer of 2019 I was trained in the PLTW course of Automation and Robotics. That course was implemented at Northwest Middle School in 2019 The summer of 2016 I got married to my wife Mckensie, we welcomed out first child Easton, on 8/27/2017, Emmett is our second boy, welcomed 12/7/2019. We live in Canal Fulton with our schnoodle Milo. I Graduated from Northwest High School in 2008. I was offered a scholarship and had the opportunity to play football for 4 years at Walsh University while earning my Bachelors of Science degree in 2012, for grades 7-12 in Mathematics. In 2018 I earned my masters in education and technology from WGU I coach football at the high school. I welcome the opportunity to have a positive effect on my students lives, and try to push them to be better than they already are.
A little about PLTW
Into to engineering is a great way to summarize the PLTW course. Once student have the foundation of what technology is, what engineering it, and the in's and out's of the design process. Students will teamed up, given a challenge and will be required to plan, design, problem solve, collaborate, build, and present.
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