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Accessing our Schoology and your first assignment

Posted by on September 2, 2020

Hello everyone!

It has been wonderful to see some of you on Zoom and to hear from you through email! It may not feel like it, but we are making progress in our adventure into online learning. A few things…

First: If you are in my 2nd or 3rd hour, please complete the Google Form that was sent to your email by 11:00 am on Wednesday, September 2nd. The title of the email was “2nd Hour Assignments and Schoology” or “3rd Hour Assignments and Schoology.”

If you are in my 4th, 5th, and 6th hour, you will receive a different Google Form tomorrow. Stay tuned =)

Second, today, if you are in my 2nd or 3rd hour, you received an email with an access code for your hour’s 7th grade Ancient World History class with the one and only Mr. Mustonen (at Woodworth). If you are in my 4th, 5th, or 6th hour then you will receive your class’s access code tomorrow. Still, stay tuned =)

Use that access code to “enroll” in your hour’s Schoology page. Instructions for how to do so can be found here:

^That document also contains the directions for your first assignment, which is to become familiar with our class’s Schoology page.

Third: If you’re reading this thinking “Wow, this is really confusing because I feel lost, like I’m learning a whole new language, and there’s a ton to process” then congratulations! You’re already thinking like a historian! Ok, that was a joke, but it’s partially true…

The reason I’m sending out the links and forms on different days is because I want you to get used to A Days and B Days. The more we work at it, the less confusing it becomes. Practice, practice, practice!

WHEW, ok, that was a long post. If you have any questions, please email me at

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