Name: Laura A. Nielsen
Subject / Department: Principles of Law/Court Systems & Practices
Welcome to Principles of Law and Court Systems & Practices! This year we will be participating in classroom discussions along with performing real-world scenarios, examining different case studies and learning about the numerous careers that the field of Criminal Justice has to offer.
We will be examining the different roles and responsibilities of police, courts, corrections, private security and emergency responders. As we examine the many areas that make up the field we will also be learning about the different skills and knowledge that employers are looking for not only in the field of criminal justice but in any workplace setting.
Throughout the course you will learn different skills such as; creative thinking, decision making, problem solving, reasoning and interviewing while participating in group assignments. Individual assignments and warm ups will allow you to build upon and sharpen your reading, writing and math skills.
Class Schedule 2018-20191st period-Principles of Law
2nd period-Principles of Law3rd period- Conference4th period- Principles of Law5th period- Court Systems ( D lunch)6th period- Court Systems7th period- Court SystemsTutoringAfternoon- Monday's by 3PMMorning- Tuesdays by 6:45AM