Social Studies Classes for Restorative Assessment

Available courses

Economics

In this course students will expand their knowledge of our economic system through analysis of major areas of our economy. Students will master basic economic concepts (Supply and Demand, Scarcity, Opportunity cost, Marginal analysis,  ect.) that will be the foundation of future economic analy…
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Rachel Storey

US 45

In this course, students will expand their critical, creative, and analytical social studies skills, as well as refining their historical understanding. Students will develop their abilities in constructing meaningful questions that initiate inquiry, gather and evaluate sources, develop claims usin…
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

US History 1 Sem 1

This course covers the development of the United States from the end of the Civil War (1865) to the end of World War Two (1945). Emphasis will be placed on challenging you to think critically about the development of the United States. We will study the development of the United States politically,…
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

US History 1 Sem 2

This course covers the development of the United States from the end of the Civil War (1865) to the end of World War Two (1945). Emphasis will be placed on challenging you to think critically about the development of the United States. We will study the development of the United States politically,…
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Taylor Wermund

Global Studies Semester 1


Global Studies is a course based on human geography that combines population, political, economic, urban, and cultural geography to explore the relationships between humans and their environment in order to better understand the broad social patterns that shape human societies.
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott

Global Studies Semester 2


Global Studies is a course based on human geography that combines population, political, economic, urban, and cultural geography to explore the relationships between humans and their environment in order to better understand the broad social patterns that shape human societies.
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott