Scott Jordan

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Coach Scott Jordan

 American History (I / II)
1st Block:  American History I 1st Block Plan Block
2nd Block American History I 2nd BlockAmerican History I
3rd Block American History I 3rd Block:  American History II
4th Block Plan Block 4th BlockAmerican History II
Unit Plan:  Topics
American History I American History II
American Revolution (1750s-1780s)
Progressive Movement (1900-1914)
New Nation (1780s-1790s) American Imperialism (1890s-1914)
Federalist Era (1798-1814) Great War (1914-1919)
War of 1812 / "Era of Good Feelings" (1820s) Jazz Age (1920s)
Jacksonian Democracy (1820s-1830s)
Great Depression / New Deal 
Manifest Destiny (1840s-1850s) WWII (1930s-1945) 
Era of Reform (1840s-1850s)  Cold War (1945-1991) 
Civil War (1850s-1865)
Civil Rights Movement (1960s) 
Reconstruction (1865-1877) Vietnam War (1954-1975) 

 Tools for American History (I / II)
 (Canvas) Student Management System
 (Sparknotes) @
 (Syllabus) for American History (I / II) uploaded to (Canvas)
 (Cornell System)


Teaching Experience:

A.L. Brown High School
American History I / II

outh Columbus High School (1999-2005)
American History I / II

Whiteville High School


A.L. Brown High School
College Prep

East Carolina University

B.S. Exercise and Sports Science (1996)
Health and Physical Education (K-12))
ECU Pirate scholarship-athlete

UNCW (2005)

NC Licensure Program
Social Studies (9-12)
Social Sciences (9-12)


Health and Physical Education (K-12)
Social Studies (9-12)
American History (1760s-present)

Educational Philosophy:

Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its entire life believing that he is stupid" - Einstein

"The function of education is to think intensely and to think critically. Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education" - MLK

"Don't let schooling interfere with your education" - Mark Twain

Educational Philosophy:

I believe the role of an educator is to facilitate learning and growth by providing information in a variety of ways that create interest in each individual student and in the class as a whole. Information that is presented in ways that are interesting and relevant to students is more meaningful and has a greater likelihood of being absorbed and retained. The teacher should provide the spark and motivation for student-learning.

Teachers can do this by exploring what motivates and interests students and tailoring their lessons to those answers as much as possible. The following questions can help guide this process: What do the students already know about the subject? What do they want to know? What have they learned about the presentation of the material? Students who are asked to play a part in planning are more motivated and inspired to take an interest in the joy of learning

WONDERS Football

Football Coach (2005-present)
Member of the NC (AAA) State Championship Football Team (1989)
Member of the Coaching Staff for NC (AAA) State Runner-Ups (2008)
Offensive Backs Coach (2011-present)


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