An ignorant person is unaware of an underlying issue and hence, holds no opinion about it, whereas an indifferent person may be fully or partially aware of the problem and yet chooses to take a passive stance on the same.



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37 Indifference Antonyms. Full list of opposite words of indifference.                                                    

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 Degrees & Certification

B.S., Psychology, Brooklyn College, (CUNY)

M.A., General Psychology, New York University

M.S. Ed., Early Childhood Education, Lehman College (CUNY)

NY State Permanent Certification, Pre K, K - 6

CT State Certification, K - 6

Extra-help on Tuesdays at 2:35 p.m. - 3:05 p.m.

Class Schedule

Period 1         7:45 a.m. -   8:32 a.m.                                                                                            Period 2         8:36 a.m. - 9:23 a.m.

Period 3         9:27 a.m. - 10:14 a.m.                                                                                            Period 4       10:18 a.m. - 11:05 a.m.

Period 5        11:09 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.                                                                                            Period 6          12:04 p.m. - 12:47 p.m.

Period 7        12:51 p.m. -   1:38 p.m.                                                                                            Period 8            1:42 p.m. - 2:29 p.m.

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  • Read  Theory Expectations

    • You must complete Read Theory daily - everyday.
    • If you need to do more than what is posted below, it will be posted in the homework assignment.
    • If the passage you are reading is 6th grade or higher, you should complete 1 passage.
    • If the grade of the first passage you begin reading is below 6th grade, you are required to complete at least 2 passages.
    • If the grade of the first passage you begin reading is below 3rd grade, you are required to complete at least 3 passages.
    • Everyone may complete more passages than the required number of passages. 
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    Guidelines When Joining Virtual Classes

    Please use these guidelines when joining virtual classes in Microsoft Teams.

    1. We want to start each class with full attendance. Please log in a few minutes before the class begins to allow time for remote troubleshooting any technical issues.

    2. Turn your video on. We enjoy seeing you. However, you must conduct yourself in the manner you would if you were in the classroom. Also, when your camera is on, please dress as you would when attending classes in the classroom.

    3. Use a place with limited distractions so you can listen and participate.

    4. Please take care of your personal needs before class begins, such as using the bathroom and getting a snack. If you need a snack or drink, please remember to mute your microphone first.

    5. You must have a notebook and pencil to take notes, complete assignments, and record important information, such as usernames and passwords for different programs.

    6. You are not the only one in the class. Ask questions and respond only after listening to all directions and instructions.

    7. You should not be talking to classmates unless you have been directed to share-out your ideas.

    8. Evidence of classwork will be required most times.

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