Virtual School Days

Dr. Hennon











My Schedule

9:00 - 9:30 Math 3 Synchronous Online Class Meeting
10:00 - 10:30 MATH 052/Statistics Lab Synchronous Online Class Meeting
12:00 - 12:30 CORE Online Meeting
1:00 - 1:30 Planning
2:00 - 2:30 Math 3 Synchronous Online Class Meeting
2:30 - 4:00

Office Hours (MTWF)  
Schedule Online Appointment


Since each student and each household’s version of a “school day” may look very different from one another, it’s very important to manage expectations for math classes and your student’s other courses. Daily check ins are important. Our class video meetings will keep everything human.  Success will follow if we communicate A LOT! There are many ways to stay in touch:

* Sign up for a 1:1 appointment Schedule Online Appointment * Call or text me: (828) 776-0790 * Email me: paula.hennon@bcsemail.org or paulahennon@abtech.edu During "Office Hours" you can easily get a hold of me in any of the ways mentioned above. Your student can always receive personalized help during these times as well. Technology is our friend. I’ve spent a lot of hours of my life asking my teenage daughter to get off of her phone. Now we have to embrace the screen!  ~Math 3 uses Google Classroom to manage our coursework ~Math 052, being a hybrid BCEC/A-B Tech class, uses Moodle ~Core uses a Google Classroom ~Please continue to check Powerschool. Grades will be current for the previous week by SUnday at midnight.
Current daily activities are in Google Classroom (or Moodle for Statistics.) Consider registering for a guardian account.
We need to manage our expectations. Some of the hands-on “fun” learning activities we do in an in-person classroom will look different online. Some of the “discovery” investigative math labs will require more independent thinking than when done in class with a partner.
Our focus should be on outcomes, not activities. If a student masters the math concept in one hour - so be it! If they take a few work sessions to “get it” that’s OK too. I grade for MASTERY of the topics. Flexibility is key. I trust students to make good choices about their mathematics learning. Although I will frequently question them about their study habits and time management, only you and your student know the balance of freedom and flexibility that will work to have a consistent schedule to help them be the most productive!