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Reflection #3 2017
Posted by Jessie Fouts on September 22, 2017 at 10:31am

Tell me about one success you had this week. Post your answer as a comment on this post.

**Make sure you have completed both Reflections!

**I am going to get the remind app next week and will post the number here on the SWIFT Site. 

**Make sure you have set clear goals with your teacher that you can start collecting evidence for.

Bridge Reflection #2 2017
Posted by Jessie Fouts on September 15, 2017 at 2:05pm

What goal did you set with your teacher?

*comment your answer below

**IF YOU HAVE AN "E", YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED LAST WEEKS REFLECTION. PLEASE DO SO!

Bridge Reflection September 8th 2017
Posted by Jessie Fouts on September 09, 2017 at 8:46am

Tell me about a time you were helped by a bridge! 

*Please comment your answer below.

FINAL Bridge Evals
Posted by Jessie Fouts on May 15, 2017 at 11:04am

Final Bridge Evals: May 31st and June 1st! Make sure you have your binder ready with all your evidence! We will meet in the courtroom!

 

Evidence!
Posted by Jessie Fouts on April 12, 2017 at 11:26am

I hope you are all collecting really good evidence to turn in at the end of the semester!

Collecting Evidence

As part of your Bridge grade, you are expected to be able to show how you have been helpful in your class. Evidence may include:

 1. A daily log-Keeping a log is an excellent way to recount what you did the day before. It’s a way to keep students who were absent informed on what they missed. It’s also a way for you to look back on what you have done in the class and play out pros and cons.

 2. Copies of Class work- If you are a 1:1 and are helping a student produce work, you can make a copy of that assignment and explain how you helped the student. What went well? What didn’t go well?

 

 3. Video/Recording- If you are a bridge in a music class, a choir class, a dance class or any other class that involves music, you can attach a piece of sheet music to your daily log. Or a recording of a song, a notation of a warm up (dance too). Video’s are also welcomed. How can you best show the work that you are helping to produce?

 

4. Attendance logs and seating charts

 

5. Notes that you have taken in the class- I encourage Bridges to take GOOD notes in the classes you are in. They will serve as a great resource if a student asks you a question you do not know the immediate response to.

 6. Class syllabus, rubric, handouts, resources, book list, assignments, etc.

 

**If you still have an E it is because I do not have your Bridge review! please come fill it out ASAP!

1st Bridge Evaluations Semester 2
Posted by Jessie Fouts on February 28, 2017 at 8:05am

Hey Everyone,

I sent out a text on the remind app:

 I forgot that we have SAT testing this week. Therefore, your first review will be NEXT week; Tuesday the 7th and Wednesday the 8th.

 

For this review you will only need to update me on what you have been doing and I will let you know what you will be doing from there!

To get on the REMIND APP:

Text 81010

Type: @ff39kd

 

Thank you!

 

Jessie Fouts

jfouts@tacoma.k12.wa.us

REMIND APP
Posted by Jessie Fouts on February 13, 2017 at 12:44pm

I’m starting a remind for Bridge!

 

Text: 81010

In the message type: @ff39kd 

BRIDGE EVALUATIONS
Posted by Jessie Fouts on December 02, 2016 at 4:08pm

UPDATED!!!!

 

Bridge Evaluations will be WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY! Please bring all your evidence that you have gathered to our meeting. 

Your evaluation grade will be based on an evaluation done by your teacher and a self eval.

You can email me if you have any questions: jfouts@tacoma.k12.wa.us

 

You guys rock!

Bridge Assessment 7
Posted by Jessie Fouts on November 03, 2016 at 12:51pm

Welcome Back to assessments! I hope you were able to catch up on some much needed work time! I know I did!

Your next assessment is all about evidence! It is located under the documents tab!

NOTE: YOUR NEXT BRIDGE REVIEW IS DECEMBER 5TH & 6TH! 

NO Bridge Assessment for week 5 AND week 6!
Posted by Jessie Fouts on October 24, 2016 at 1:02pm

There is no formal Bridge Assessment for week 5 and week 6 because I want you to:

A. Turn in any assessments you are missing.

B. GATHER MORE EVIDENCE!

 

You're welcome. :)