Wilburworld of Science

Course Intro - Student Feedback Form
Student Name:
Foreseeable Issues/Suggestions:  Do you have any concerns that you would like to make me aware of regarding your specific needs as this school year begins?  
Feedback:   Did you find this site to be informative or too much information?  Is there anything I should add?  Subtract? 
Dear Student, 

     Your  education is important to me.  I will work very hard to make sure that the learning environment in Rm. D103 remains constructive and productive.  I will do my best to create lesson plans that intrigue and motivate you, promoting true learning and understanding.  As you know, it takes parents, students, and teachers working together to ensure a suitable learning environment for all students.  As one of the first assignments of this new school year, you were asked to complete a checklist of introductory procedures for this course.  Please work with your parent/guardian to complete this checklist ASAP.  The student page you just read outlines grading policies and classroom procedures, and contains useful documents, websites links and helpful suggestions for a productive school year.  Also, please take a moment to complete this form to help me better tailor my teaching to your needs.  I am looking forward to a dynamic year in science!  Thank you in advance for your interest in my courses.

Ms. Kerry Wilbur
Forensic Science & Biology
Preferred Learning Styles:  Please complete the following online self-assessment, then check all of the following boxes that apply to you. 
Prior Knowledge: This course integrates multidisciplinary knowledge.  It is helpful to me to know what students have been exposed to so I can provide the appropriate amount of background information for each group/class.  Please check all courses which you have  already taken and passed, and any that your are currently enrolled in?  
Course:
(Forensic Science Students only)
Forensic Science
Biology
Chemistry
Logic/Math
Spatial
Nature
Body Movement
Self
Social
Physics
Engineering
Oceanography
Astronomy
Physiology
AP Biology
Language
Musical
AP Chem
AP Physics
Statistics
Trigonometry
Environmental Science
Psychology