Phone: Google Voice: (704) 817-0710
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. D'Aulan McCord
This is my fifteenth year of teaching, a second career I ventured into after working in the Mental Health field with children for years. A California native, I received my Associate in Arts degree from Diablo Valley College, my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from San Francisco State University, and completed my teaching coursework through the Fortune School of Education. I have lived in North Carolina for 9 years and recently obtained my Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I am Central Cabarrus High School's 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year and was a top 5 finalist for Teacher of the Year for Cabarrus County Schools.
I love teaching and take pride in the positive relationships I create with my students. I am looking forward to working with you all this year!
1st Block: Curriculum Assistance - Online Synchronous Class Times 7:30 am- 8:30 am (Please see Canvas course for instructional materials)
Work Time: 8:30 am-8:55 am
2nd Block: Curriculum Assistance - Online Synchronous Class Times 9:10 am-10:10 am (Please see Canvas course for instructional materials)
Work Time: 10:10 am-10:35 am
3rd Block: Planning
4th Block: Curriculum Assistance - Online Synchronous Class Times 12:50 pm-1:50 pm (Please see Canvas course for instructional materials)
Work Time: 1:50 pm-2:15 pm
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (best way to reach me)
Google Voice Phone: (704) 817-0710 (during remote learning only)
Remind: Text the code that matches your block below to 81010 to join.
1st Block Curriculum Assistance: @engcasp21
2nd Block Curriculum Assistance: @math4cas21
4th Block Curriculum Assistance: @math2cas21
Description of Categories:
Classwork: This is any work given for students to complete that will be graded. Examples include work given during synchronous learning time, discussion posts, assignments that are to be submitted into Canvas, and independent work to be completed during work time and/or asynchronous learning.
Quizzes: Quizzes will be given to assess a skill learned. Quizzes are graded for accuracy. Quizzes can be on IEP goals as well as concepts we have learned to assist them with content learned in the general education setting.
Progress Monitoring: Progress monitoring assignments are based on IEP goals and are used to assess progress on these goals.
Progress Monitoring: 20%
Students are expected to participate during our synchronous class meetings and their active participation is part of their attendance. To encourage this, I will be giving points to students who are actively participating during class, answering questions, and unmuting themselves to speak. These points will count as extra credit.