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Danielle Wallace

Managing the Courses

  • Each individual is expected to take an active part in class on a daily basis.  When you enter this room pre prepared to think, ask questions, and make comments.
  • Unusual circumstances need to be brought to the attention of the instructor as soon as possible.  Don’t expect that I know what is going on in your life if you don’t tell me.
  • Students having difficulties need to drop by for extra help!
Social Science Course Offerings

What’s in a Grade?

A grade does not reflect a student’s ability; it is an indicator of the quality of work the student is producing at that moment in time, and this can ALWAYS be improved with more effort!  Rather than being discouraged by a low grade or constructive criticism on an assignment, see the feedback as an opportunity to try harder.  Come see me for one-on-one help to work past frustration.  I will work with you to help improve scores and increase content knowledge. Also, do not rest on your laurels when you receive high grades; keep challenging yourself!

 

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This is Ms. Wallace's 9th year teaching at Dana Hills High School. She earned a B.A. in History from the University of California, Santa Barbara graduating with high honors. She received her Teaching Credential in Social Studies at California State University, San Marcos. In addition Ms. Wallace has received certifications to teach AP American Government and Politics and AP European History from the AP by the Sea Institute at University of San Diego.  Ms. Wallace has also completed her Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning from Brandman University in 2017. 

 

Current Courses:

Honors World History

AP American Government and Politics