Whitney Rockwell

              Welcome to Math Intervention 

                  2017 - 2018

     First day of school is August 21, 2017

                                                                                                                    
 

Education Philosopy

My philosophy regarding education is to embrace your strengths and accept your weaknesses.  You have to accept that you may have areas of need, before you can work to fix the areas of need.  Nobody's perfect at everything.  Everyone encounters struggles during the learning process in some content area, on a classroom project, or etc.  I am not asking my students to be perfect.....I am just asking my students to work hard and give their very best each day. Hard work can carry a person a long way in life. Whatever one may lack in skills, can usually be balanced out through hard work. Learning can be difficult, but the reward is SWEET when you finally master something that has been difficult for you. I tell my students to always be honest about their math academic needs, because I can't help them if they aren't honest about their math academic needs. I believe in JUST BEING REAL. It's okay to be real in my math classroom.

 

Whitney Rockwell

ENGAGED, ENERGIZED, PREPARED

 

Rules

1.  Be Respectful-Treat your classmates and teacher with respect

2.  Raise your hand if you have a question or comment

3.  Be on Time

4.  Keep your work area neat

5.  No standing or walking around the classroom without permission from the teacher

 

 

Procedures

1.  Sharpen your pencil before class begins

2.  Take restroom break before coming to class (be on time)

 


Consequences

failure to follow rules and procedures will result in the following consequences:

1.  Verbal Reminder

2.  One-on-one discussion with the student about his or her behavior

3.  Parent Contact via Phone Call

4. Sent to the office (principal or assistant principal will handle it from that point)

 

 

 

Whitney Rockwell

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