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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:17 pm    Post subject: Official Instructors Reply with quote

OFFICIAL INSTRUCTORS

Read the full applications at http://rdi.dragonsmark.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=23638
Students are encouraged to contact the instructor of the class(es) they would like to take.
Can’t get through to the instructor? Contact the Bristle Crios forum moderators.

Instructor: Lydia Tolmay
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time Instructor, including Summer Session
Topics Taught: Early American History, Ancient Vampire Lore, Basic Illusion Magic, PreSchool and Grades 1-3 Reading and Math

Instructor/ Librarian: Renna Egorwrath Bloodstone
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part-Time Instructor, Full-Time Librarian
Topics Taught: Gardening

Instructor: Sheridan Driscol
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: All of the above
Topics Taught: Music theory & practice. Voice instruction. Piano instruction. Stringed instrument instruction. Music appreciation & history. Orchestra conductor and/or choir director.

Teacher's Assistant/ Tutor: Michelle Brima
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: All of the Above
Topics Taught: Teacher's Assistant and Tutor for Apothecary, Healing, Elemental Magic, Archery

Instructor/ Tutor: Fiona O’Neill
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time Tutor, Part Time Instructor
Topics Taught: History

Instructor: Madeline St. Claire
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time Night Instructor
Topics Taught: Business

Instructor: Yasmin
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Guest Lecturer
Topics Taught: Shapeshifting, Slight of Hand

Experience Consultant: Corlanthis Wystansayr
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time

Instructor: Eregor
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal/ Guest Lecturer: Full Time
Topics Taught: (Mage Hall) Gate Magic, Knowledge Magic, (Science Hall) Zoology, Botany, Astronomy

Instructor: Serine Delin
Position(s) Applying For: Instructor, Tutor
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time Instructor, Part Time Tutor
Topics Taught: Applied Magic, Sorcery

Instructor: Ammy Loraine Spiritor
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time Instructor / Part Time Tutor, Security, and Guidance Councilor
Topics Taught: Traditional & Transmutation Alchemy, Auto-Mail, Homeopathy

Instructor: Christine Cain
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time/ Seasonal
Topics Taught: Bar Tending, Mixing, Managing, Bar People Skills

Instructor: Miranda Branson
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time and Seasonal
Topics Taught: Blacksmith, Metal Magic and Silversmith

Instructor: Crowe Thorne
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Weapons

Instructor: Matthew Algiers Simon
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Guest Lecturer to begin with; Part Time if personal schedule and student interest allow.
Topics Taught: Unarmed fighting/ dueling

Instructor: Snorlax
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Anatomy & Physiology of Rhydin - All Shapes & Sizes, Basics of First Aid - Injury Treatment & Recovery

Guidance Councilor: Mai Silverblood
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time

Instructor: Hunter K'lar
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full-Time
Topics Taught: Study of Singularities and their tactical uses through particle generation

Field Trip Advisor/ Guest Lecturer: Vas Drel
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Mind Control Magic, Movement Magic, and especially Gate Magic

Instructor: Arthour Chazore
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Elemental Magic, specifically combat fire magic & entry level origami
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:25 pm    Post subject: Official Instructors Continued Reply with quote

Student Daycare Center Faculty: Aristotle Kruger Allen
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Efficient Play, Story Time

Instructor/ Tutor: Marshall Devlin
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: History of the Pandemonium Wars

Instructor: Weiss Faulke
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Aerospace Engineering, High Technology, Military Technology, Space Technology, Firearms

Instructor: Charles Blackstone
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Firearms

Instructor: Vincent Smith
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Magical combat, genetic engineering, sentient computer systems, teleportation, dimensional travel, molecular biology, chemistry, physics, business ethics and management, transmutation, and travel theory

Instructor Name: Neo Eternity
Full-time/Part-time/ Seasonal: Part-time instructor
Topics Taught: Weapons combat, magical combat, magical engineering.

Instructor Name: Andu Kirost
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal/ Guest Lecturer: All, as appropriate for specific class/lecture
Topics Taught: Adventuring; logistics and methodology.

Instructor Name: Ripper
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal/ Guest Lecturer: Full-time Instructor and Tutor, Guest Lecturer
Topics Taught: Literature, Flail, Short Swords, Shield, Xenomorphs: A Study in the Life, Habits, and Society of the Universe's Deadliest Predator, Hive Minds, H.P. Lovecraft

Instructor/ Lifeguard: Deathlord Jesse DeAngelo Van Bokkelen Graziano Helston O’Neill
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Undefined
Topics Taught: Necromancy, Chaos Nether Manipulation, Zombie Summoning, Blood Magic, Dark Art Defense, Broom Flying

Instructor: Roman
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Psionics, The sciences and devotions of the way as well as psionic combat

Instructor: Tyler
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Body-Focused Magics, Mind-Based Magics, Enchanting, and Elemental magic

Instructor: Gireen
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time
Topics Taught: Hand-to-Hand Combat, Melee Weaponry, Acrobatics, Stealth, Tracking, Trapping, Hunting, Metalworking, and Dragons & their history

Instructor: Zynisch Lucis
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part-Time Lifeguard, Part-Time Security, Full-Time Instructor, Private Tutor, Guest Lecturer and Teacher's Assistant
Topics Taught: Elemental Magicks, such as Fire Magic and Weather Magic; Mental-Based Magicks, such as Mind Control Magic and Illusion & Creation Magic; and the more Arcane Magicks, such as Enchantment Magic, Gate Magic, Light & Darkness Magic, and Technological Magic. Also offers Tutoring and Instruction in Melee Weapon Combat.

Instructor: Laictus “the Eclipse”
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal/ Guest Lecturer: Any
Topics Taught: Atherian language & literature, Anatomy of the Soul-Pair, and Feral Dragon control

Instructor: Brendryck Stormgaard
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part time Adviser, Full time Custodian, Seasonal Lifeguard

Instructor: Atticus Kiergaard D'Arcstorm
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Part Time Instructor, Part Time Tutor, Accountant
Topics Taught: Enchantments: Enhancements and Augmentations, Animations & Constructs: Golems, Homunculi, and the Undead

Instructor: Thorn
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time/Part Time
Topics Taught: Culinary Arts; Hunting and Gathering Through the Rhy'din Countryside; Foraging, Hunting and Gathering Through Arborea (Arvandor), and Krigala

Instructor: Aurak Shimmerscale
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Quintessence, Transdimensional Teleportation, Raising and Selectively Breeding Beasts, and Meditation

Instructor: Noah Bird
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Intro to Wood Craving, Wood craving advance

Instructor: Dante Keltar
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Pirate 101

Instructor: Juno De Luca
Full Time/ Part Time/ Seasonal: Full Time
Topics Taught: Theater and Performance

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:28 pm    Post subject: The Written Word Reply with quote

The Written Word

Instructor: Lydia Tolmay
Schedule: Four week class held in the morning and evening during January, May, and September
Target Students: High School and Adult Students
Required Reading: “How to Write Good” by Frank L. Visco

Class Description
This class focuses on the written elements of the English language using discussion of word classes, sentence structure, and important high school level vocabulary words. The course will utilize weekly quizzes to review lessons and short written assignments to apply lessons.

Week One
Discussion of grammar and the eight word classes in the English language: noun, determiner, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, and conjunction.
Weekly Quiz worth 10%

Week Two
Discussion of clause syntax and sentence structure. Discussion will focus on clause type, word order in dependent clauses, tense and mood, polarity, and auxiliary verbs. The assignment for the week is a one page paper describing a hobby or sport you enjoy and why you enjoy it. Try to include elements from the course lessons into your paper.
Weekly Quiz worth 10%
One Page Paper worth 10%

Week Three
Discussion of thirty important vocabulary words and their meanings. Memorize the words here. The assignment for the week is a one page paper describing why you believe education is important for all ages and for all fields. Correctly use at least five of the vocabulary words in your paper.
Vocabulary Quiz worth 10%
One Page Paper worth 10%

Week Four
Discussion of proofreading a paper including spelling, left-out and doubled words, fragment sentences, run-on sentences, comma splices, subject/verb agreement, mixed construction, parallelism, pronoun reference, and apostrophes. The assignment for the week is a three page paper describing your favorite book or your favorite story you have overheard. Be sure to incorporate all of the lessons you have learned in this course.
Three Page Paper worth 50%
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:29 pm    Post subject: The Spoken Word Reply with quote

The Spoken Word

Instructor: Lydia Tolmay
Schedule: Four week class held in the morning and evening during February, June, and October
Target Students: High School and Adult Students

Class Description
This class focuses on the basics of public speaking, the process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the audience. In the course, you will expected to complete a written quiz on basic oratory skills and three speeches.

Week One
Discussion of oratory skill, use of gestures, control of voice and inflection, vocabulary, and word choice, speaking pitches, using humor, and developing a relationship with the audience
Written Quiz worth 10%

Week Two
The topic for this week’s speech is to explain your biggest accomplishment, tell the story of your family line, or any other narrative that explains you. This will be about five minutes long. Try to incorporate humor from the lesson plan of week one. You will also be judged on eye contact and pauses.
Self Introductory Speech worth 15%

Week Three
The topic for this week’s speech is to teach the audience something new. This may be about your race, a unique skill you have, a subject of your interest, or any other topic. This will be roughly ten minutes in length. Because you will be teaching, you must use factual information of other sources. You must include at least three sources.
Informative Speech worth 25%

Week Four
Discussion includes proper techniques of persuasion, rhetoric, and debate. Assigned topic for debate this week includes selecting an issue of public interest. Topics may include: death penalty, drug policy, gun control, civil rights, taxes, education policies, air quality, campaign finance reform, privatization, medical aid, defense spending, etc. You must explain three valid arguments for your position using the speech lessons you have learned. The speech must be at least 15 minutes in length.
Persuasive Speech worth 50%
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:27 pm    Post subject: Auto-Mail: A Look Behind Metal & Flesh Reply with quote

Auto-Mail: A Look Behind Metal & Flesh

Instructor: Ammy L. Spiritor
Schedule: 12 week class. Offered year round. Lectures will run on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning with laboratory time held within the same time period. Half the morning class will be lecture, the rest will be open lab time. Additional open laboratory time will be notated depending on availability of the facility and qualified lab assistants.
Target Students: Adult students.
Required Book
Auto-Mail: Innovation of Machine and Muscle
Required Materials:
Note books for lecture notes. A Nano-tech Replicator will be gracefully donated to Bristle Crios Academy's Science wing by Ammy L. Spiritor to facilitate this class and to help encourage future engineering and technology courses.

Class description: This is class will teach students the fundamentals of creating working, feeling auto-mail limbs. The goal of this course is to teach students how to bring mobility and freedom back to those who have lost limbs. Students will be working closely with other students in groups throughout the 12 week class to create a working Auto-Mail limb. Lectures will guide the class the fundamentals of Basic Physical Design, Anatomy, Primary Nerve Cluster Locations, Neural Transmission and Feed, Reception Sensors, Alloys and Composite Materials, Gearing and Ratios, Load and Bearing Capacity, Weight Issues, Patient-Technician communication, Doctor-Technician communication, Low Maintenance High Quality Designs. Each student group will be working closely with several chosen candidates screened and selected by local medical facilities in need of prosthethic limbs. This class will be used to teach team work, communications and allow the students to contribute positively to the life of someone in the community.

Grading: Grades will be based on group dynamics, interaction, patient handling, design of the Auto-Mail, willingness to learn, participation, attendance, and finally a patient who is able to return to their life once more using the Auto-Mail limb.

Week 1: Introduction to Basic Physical Design, Group Assignment
Lectures over the week will introduce students to Basic Physical Design used for limb replacement. Students will also be assigned to their groups.
Week 2: Anatomy, Primary Nerve Cluster Locations
Lectures over the week will introduce students to Anatomy of shoulders, arms, and legs of the usual races on Rhydin and the variations of them. Primary Nerve Cluster Locations for the Auto-Mail Harness will be discussed as well.
Week 3: Neural Transmission and Feed, Reception Sensors
Lectures over the week will introduce students to Neural Transmission equations, Feed rates, as well as the variations of Reception Sensors available and the types to be used. At this point, various models of Auto-Mail Limbs will be in class for inspection and examination.
Week 4: Alloys and Composite Materials, Gearing and Ratios.
Lectures of the week will introduce students to the various Alloys, Metals and Composite Materials that can be used on Auto-Mail and Flesh. Gearing and Ratios for proper torque, speed, and pressure will be covered as well. At this point, various models of Auto-Mail Limbs will be in class for inspection and examination.
Week 5: Load and Bearing Capacity, Weight Issues, Compact Wiring
Lectures of the week will introduce students to analyzing and anticipating Load and Bearing Capacity of an Auto-Mail design as well as how to keep the Weight of the Auto-Mail down and to reduce the amount of wiring needed. At this point, various models of Auto-Mail Limbs will be in class for inspection and examination.
Week 6: Low Maintenance High Quality Designs, Patient-Technician Interaction
Lectures of the week will introduce the students to a variety of produced and sold Low Maintenance High Quality Designs for inspiration. They will also learn how to interact and communicate with a patient to learn the patients needs from Auto-Mail Limbs. At this point, various models of Auto-Mail Limbs will be in class for inspection and examination.
Week 7: Doctor-Technician Communication, Group-Patient Meeting 1
Lectures of the week will introduce the students to communication terms and how to properly interact with doctors who will be surgically installing the Auto-Mail Harness. Each group this week will be introduced to their chosen patient that they will be crafting an Auto-Mail limb for.
Week 8: Group Patient Meeting 2, Initial Design of Auto-mail Limb
No lectures this week. Group will be working with the patient, interviewing them, measuring them, and showing them initial designs for the proposed Auto-Mail Limb for the patients input.
Week 9: Group-Patient Meeting 3, Design Review of Auto-Mail Limb
No lectures this week. Group will be working with patient on the chosen design of Auto-Mail Limb and reviewing all needs of the patient.
Week 10: Fabrication week of Auto-Mail Limb, Testing, Redesign
No lectures this week. Students will be introduced to the Nano-Factory Replicator and will begin fabricating their Auto-Mail Limbs. They will then test them in simulations and rework flaws.
Week 11: Group-Patient Meeting 4, Test Fitting, Final Revision
No lectures this week. Students will be meeting with their patient one last time for a Test Fitting with the installed Auto-Mail Harness and making any Final Revisions and adjustments.
Week 12: Group Presentations, Patient Review and Auto-Mail Limb Review
No Lectures this week. Students will give a group presentation about their work on the Auto-Mail Limb, how they interacted with the patients, and how the results were. Patient returns middle of the week and gives their review of the Auto-Mail Limb they are now using and the Instructor will give a final Auto-Mail Limb Review before passing the group.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:29 pm    Post subject: Homeopathy Reply with quote

Homeopathy:

Instructor: Ammy L. Spiritor
Schedule: 9 week class. Offered During Fall and Spring season. Lectures will run on Friday Afternoons, with laboratory time held within the same time period. Half the afternoon class will be lecture, the rest will be open lab time. Additional open laboratory time will be notated depending on availability of the facility and qualified lab assistants.
Target Students: High School through Adult students.
Required Materials:
Note books for lecture notes as no note text book is offered. Vials, jars and flasks are a must as students will be making their own small store of Homeopathic supplies to use and keep.

Class description: Students will learn the fundamental arts of steeping, brewing, distilling and mixing a variety of Homeopathic treatments in various forms. Students will also learn the various Flora and Fauna that can be be used for these Homeopathic treatments, the art of Taking in All Symptoms and Environment, and the theory of Stored Energy.

Grading: Students will be graded using a simple pass/fail for their concoctions created and will be graded on attendance and participation.

Week 1: Introduction to Homeopathy, Dispelling the Mumbo Jumbo
Lecture for the week will introduce students the field of Homeopathy and discuss the common disbelief in it.

Week 2: The Flora and Fauna of Rhydin for Use Part 1
Lecture for the week will begin students on a fascinating look at the many plants and animals that can be used in Homeopathy. Lab work will have students investigating and examining what is being discussed.

Week 3: The Flora and Fauna of Rhydin for Use Part 2
Lecture of the week will be a continuation of looking at the many plants and animals that can be used in Homeopathy. Lab work will have students investigating and examining what is being discussed.

Week 4: Steeping, Brewing and Distilling
Lecture and lab work for this week will introduce the students to the methods of Steeping, Brewing and Distilling the variety of ingredients used in Homeopathy.

Week 5: Compounding and Mixing, Theory of Stored Energy
Lecture and lab work for this week will introduce the students to the methods of Compounding and Mixing the variety of ingredients used in Homeopathy. Also discussed is the strange theory of Stored Energy withing some Homeopathic brews.

Week 6: Taking in All Symptoms and Environment
Lecture and lab work for this week will introduce students to looking at all the symptoms they may be suffering or the one receiving the treatment as well as the environment in which the recipient is living in.

Week 7: Homeopathy Treatments for Fall and Winter
Lecture and lab will be discussing common Treatments for typical Fall and Winter ailments.

Week 8: Homeopathy Treatments for Spring and Summer
Lecture and lab will be discussing common Treatments for typical Spring and Summer ailments.

Week 9: Emergency Homeopathy Treatments
Lecture and lab will equip students with a well rounded Emergency Homeopathy kit that they can keep with them at all times.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:31 pm    Post subject: Traditional Alchemy Reply with quote

Traditional Alchemy
Instructor: Ammy L. Spiritor
Schedule: Ten week class. Offered year round. Lectures will run on Monday and Wednesdays in the afternoon, required laboratory time with the instructor will run on Fridays in the morning. Additional open laboratory time will be notated depending on availability of the facility and qualified lab assistants.
Target Students: High School through Adult students.
Required Materials: Note books for lecture notes are a must as there will be no text book. Lab equipment will be supplied for use though it is strongly recommended that all students purchase their own sets of glass vials and bottles to avoid cross contamination.

Class description: At the end of this class students will have learned the history, theory, and fundamentals of Traditional Alchemy: Identification, Preparation, Purification, Mixing and Handling of reagents. The proper use of basic laboratory equipment. The formulas and recipes to mix several basic but useful tonics, potions and elixirs. Applied use of Traditional Alchemy in defense and offense situations.

Grading: Grades will be based on a pass/fail on the creation of potions, tonics and elixirs, attendance, and the practical exam.

Tutoring: Private tutoring or one on one after classes may be available. Please speak with Ammy L. Spiritor to arrange a time.

Week 1: History and Theory of Traditional Alchemy
Discussion of the roots of Traditional Alchemy and how it's theories started Modern Day Chemistry.
Lab Work: No Lab. Students will research their favorite variations of Alchemy and bring back notes on the history and theory of that favored Alchemy.

Week 2: Identification of Reagents - Vegetation
Discussion on the variety of Alchemy reagents available in various plant, herb, tree and root forms.
Lab Work: Identification of unlabeled Vegetation Reagents.

Week 3: Identification of Reagents - Mineral
Discussion on the variety of Alchemy reagents available in various mineral forms.
Lab Work: Identification of unlabeled Mineral Reagents.

Week 4: Identification of Reagents - Spirits
Discussion on the variety of Alchemy reagents available in various Spirit (Liquid) forms.
Lab Work: Identification of unlabeled Liquid Reagents.

Week 5: Preparation and Purification of Reagents
Discussion on the methods of preparing and purifying alchemy reagents.
Lab Work: Students will be given the task of preparing and purifying batches of Vegetation, Mineral and Spirits Reagents for the upcoming Lab work of making potions, tonics and elixirs.

Week 6: Potion Creation
Discussion on creating five commonly used potions: Healing, Sleeping, Revitalize, Antidote and Clarity.
Lab Work: Students will craft one example of each potion discussed.

Week 7: Tonic Creation
Discussion on creating six commonly used tonics: Fire, Water, Ice, Wind, Earth and Acid.
Lab Work: Students will craft one example of each tonic discussed.

Week 8: Elixir Creation
Discussion on creating five commonly used elixirs: Soul, Mind, Phoenix, De-Petrify, Rejuvenation.
Lab Work: Students will craft one example of each elixir discussed.

Week 9: Offensive and Defensive Use of Traditional Alchemy
Discussion on the various tactics employed by Alchemists in the military field.
Lab Work: No Lab. Students will be getting a hands on demonstration of offensive and defensive use of Traditional Alchemy.

Week 10: Review of Material
A quick summary of what has been covered in the 9 weeks of class.
Lab Work. No Lab Work. Students will be in the Laboratory for a practical final exam to perform certain tasks or create certain formulas per the instructors wishes.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:33 pm    Post subject: Transmutation Alchemy Reply with quote

Transmutation Alchemy
Instructor: Ammy L. Spiritor
Schedule: Six week class. Offered year round. Lectures will run Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday in the evening and will be held in a laboratory room.
Target Students: High School and Adult students.
Required Materials: Note books for lecture notes are a must as there will be no text book. A pack of magnetic chalk. A pack of regular chalk. Chalk extender tool for writing from a distance.

Class description: At the end of this class students will have learned the theory, principles, formulas and arrays of Transmutation Alchemy. A brief history of Transmutation History will be discussed as well. Code of ethics for Transmutation Alchemists. Applied uses of Transmutation Alchemy in defense and offense situations.

Grading: Students will be graded on accuracy of transmutation arrays, equality formula, reasoning and problem solving skills, and the finished transmutated results. Students will also be graded on a 8 page paper they will work on throughout the class term. Finally students will need to pass a practical exam demonstrating they understand what was taught to them.

Tutoring: Private tutoring or one on one after classes may be available. Please speak with Ammy L. Spiritor to arrange a time.

Week 1: Theory and Principles of Transmutation Alchemy
Lectures for the week will cover the theories behind magically shifting material through the periodic table and molecular shapes as well as the actual principles behind the transmutation. Students will asked to find a noted Transmutation Alchemist of their choice in the history tomes and begin to write an 8 page paper discussing how the Alchemist came to be noted in history, what were their achievements, preferred methods and transmutations and any lessons they had learned through the proper or improper use of Transmutation Alchemy. Paper will be due the week before the last day of class.

Week 2: Formula of Equality, Primary Arrays and History of Transmutation Alchemy
Lectures for the week will cover the primary Formula of Equality used before every transmutation and why it is vital to use it. A complet coverage of the Primary Arrays: Circle, Square, Triangle and Hexagon. A brief look at the History of Transmutation Alchemy will be given with a focus on how Transmutation Alchemy was used or abused.

Week 3: Secondary Arrays, Tertiary Arrays and Channeling Runes.
Lectures for the week will cover Secondary Arrays: Pentacle, Hour Glass, Bisected Circle and the Star Rose. Tertiary Arrays: Crossing Rays, Medians, Junctions and Channel Points. Channeling Runes and the energy planes they tether the array to.

Week 4: Code of Ethics, Transmutation Experiments Week 1
Lecture for the week will cover the Code of Ethics all Transmutation Alchemists should abide by. This will be the first Transmutation Experiment week out of three in the class term.

Week 5: Applied uses of Transmutation Alchemy as well as in Offense and Defense. Transmutation Experiments Week 2
Lecture for the week will discuss how Transmutation Alchemy can be used in every day life and how to protect yourself with it. This will be the second Transmutation Experiment week out of three in the class term. Students are encouraged to start working on a Demonstration Experiment for their practical exam. 8 page paper on the students chosen Transmutation Alchemist is due this week as well.

Week 6: Review, Practical Exam, Transmutation Experiments Week 3
No Lecture for the week. A review will be had on the first day of class during this week. Students will have the second day of class during this week to finish working on preparing their Demonstration Experiments. The last day of class students will have a practical exam demonstrating their ability to correctly design several arrays, transmute three different materials, and present their Demonstration Experiment. They will receive their papers back as well and have time for a final question and answer session. Refreshments will be provided by the Instructor.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Introduction to Music

Instructor: Sheridan Driscol

Schedule: Half hour session held once weekly, Wednesdays, for entire school year (36 Weeks).

Target Students: Primary School Ages 5 to 12.

Class Description
The focus of this class is to expose children to the enrichment and wonder of music, focusing on appreciation of the artform and comprehension of the complexity of musical composition, with the hope to encourage future academic pursuits in performance arts.

First 9 Weeks
Each week, students will be exposed to one of a variety of musical genres and encouraged to participate in group performances such as sing- and play-alongs. Students will be given the opportunity to keep the beat on drums, improvise with bells and whistles, and sing the words to classic pieces appropriate to their age. Some examples of genre, or musical styles, that will be used are: Blues, Classical, Country, Jazz, Rock, R&B, Pop, and Folk music. Discussion of terms such as beat and meter, tempo, rhythm, and basic sight reading will be introduced as well.

Second 9 Weeks
We will continue group interaction activites as listed above, but also begin to introduce students to historical and current composers and performers from a variety of Terran time periods. Some discussion of Music History will be included into the curriculum to encourage an appreciation for the tradition of musical arts. Though more focus will be placed on modern artists so as to maintain interest and individuality.

Third 9 Weeks
Students will continue to engage in participation activites, but will also be encouraged to choose and design their own program to be put together and practiced for an end of school year performance that will showcase to parents and other faculty members how much they have learned during the year. Students will be allowed to choose whether they will sing, dance, or play a rudimentary percussion instrument during their performance.

Last 9 Weeks
More focus will be placed on the completion of the performance program. Students will use all that they have learned to put on an end-of-year show in the auditorium. Date to be determined closer to end of school year.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:16 pm    Post subject: Classes by Bard of Cain Reply with quote

Classes by Bard of Cain

Glassware and Hosting
This class is dedicated to learning about the different types of glasses, their uses, how to care for them, shop for them, quality of and best of all what drinks to put in them. Glassware will be provided and as a graduation gift so too will the drinks to go in them. Warning! Those apply to this class must be of legal drinking age in Rhy'din for the graduation in order to drink. For those under the legal age an equivalent celebration shall be provided.

Bartending 101
Learn how to work the beer taps, change a keg, mix basic drinks and general pouring of spirits. This class will move into a bar for testing purposes to provide accurate lessons. Warning! This class does deal with alcohol so for those under the legal drinking age of Rhy'din law, those expecting or those with medical issues concerning alcohol. For those with these issues colored liquids of equal density will be provided for practice though not expected to drink as well as “virgin” equivalents made if possible.

Advance Bartending
Learn how to do tricks with pouring, mixing and serving, read people's moods and personalities to assess what drink to serve, when to stop serving, and how and what to keep stocked. Warning! This class requires lots of face to face interaction with class mates and the every day people. If you are not a people person then this is not the class for you.

Bar Keeping
Learn how to run a bar in all it's facets! Where to open shop, what hours to keep, what clients do you want to attracted, what and how much to buy, who to buy it from, who to hire, book keeping, cleaning, licensing and over all maintenance.

Beer
Learn all about beer! History of creation, to the many forms it takes, where it is produced, production itself, glassware used and some mixed drinks that are heavily beer based. Students will be required to drink what is being taught and will make their own beers through out this course. Warning! You must be of legal drinking age by Rhy'din law to drink in this class. For those who can't other tests shall be given as well as drink.

Wines
Learn all about wine. From the detailed history of it's creation, types of wine, production and regions of, glassware used and a few of the mixed drinks mainly involving champagne or sparkling wines. Students will be required to drink what is being taught and will make their own wines through out this course. Warning! You must be of legal drinking age by Rhy'din law to drink in this class. For those who can't other tests shall be given as well as drink.

Spirits
Learn all about spirits or hard liquor. Starting with the history and creation, types of, production of, regions it is made, glassware and only slightly touching on a few mixed drinks. Students will be asked to make a few of the spirits as well as drinks. For more mixed drinks please take bar tending and advanced bar tending. Warning! You must be of legal drinking age by Rhy'din law to drink in this class. For those who can't other tests shall be given as well as drink.

Holiday Cheer
Each major holiday there will be a special week only class that will consist of nothing, but mixed drinks and drinks fitting of the holiday. Depending on the level of prior knowledge of the class will determine how many drinks are taught and if there is time what to serve with your wonderful drinks. Note this class can be geared towards themes depending on the mood and inspiration of the instructor.

Special Notes
This instructor is very liberal and has been known to take a more non tradition route. Class may at times be rescheduled due to hazards of the trade of the instructor, but such is the wonderful world of drinks!
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can be found, in her office, just listen for the sound of pencils. scssors, and music,

The Door will always be open, so please come and visit if you want to talk about your future job, or just to talk
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:37 am    Post subject: The Field Trip Side of Things Reply with quote

The Field Trips

I'll make this clear, when I give advice or make a rule, you need to follow it or I can't promise you'll be safe. And that's all there is to it. If you understand that, the rest should be easy.

The Rules
1. When on a trip, groups of 3 or more are a must. Deathly diseased, powers of a god, it does not matter. There are things out there that can and will kill you.
2. Ask before action. This will also save your life. I realize that you all have good judgement skills, but either I, or one of your chaperones, will know better. We've either learned of or experienced the dangers these places can hold, and we only want to keep you safe.
3. When in doubt, just don't do it. This one is a personal note on the list. If that glowing sword starts telling you it can instill you with ultimate power, and you've already gotten approval to touch the whole armory, just don't. If it seems wrong, it most likely is.
4. If you put any other students or the staff in danger, I will take you home and you will not be welcome on any other outings. Ever. Safety is not a joke, and it will not be treated as such.


With all that said, I hope we can have fun, and I hope to see you in my office. If you need to find it, just look for the blue door with the V. Don't mind the explosions or laughter, it's just me.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Class Name - "Of Sacrifice and Chaos; The lessons we never learned."

General Description - The class will have no grading scale, it is either pass or fail. At the end of the session, the final exam will be a recreated scenario from the Wars, kept entirely safe. Students will be projected into said scenario and given the freedom of choice. To pass, students will act in a way that shows they have learned the lessons that so many others never learned, or learned far too late. It will be difficult to fail, given that these lessons apply to so many in so many ways. There is no right decision for the world, there is a right decision for a person. Above all, I wish to teach the students about themselves, with the Pandemonium Wars and the history of said Wars as the backdrop for the education, both of the mind and the spirit.

What the class will consist of - Given my lineage, I am able to project my memories and emotions onto this physical plane. Through the study of individual scenes and scenarios from this time in history, we will study the tactics of the forces, the effects of the Wars in general, the choices that were made and the culture of both forces that fought in the Wars. We will study them from an objective standpoint. Remember there is no wrong and there is no right, each of those is far too subjective to have a true and finite answer. Circumstances will be given study, as will the fact that often, creatures act a certain way because they have no other choice. There will be no wrong answers, there will be no right answers.

There will be several field trips to the Pandemonium Gates themselves and other sites of little known, but very important events and battles. I will accompany the students and they will be taken care of. I assure you that there is very few creatures in either plane that could, or would threaten me. If there is a situation, I will remain on the Pandemonium Gates and the student will be transported back to the Bristle Crios Academy.

General Rules for the Class.

1. I, at all times, welcome suggestions and input. I am not your master, I am simply here to expand your minds.

2. That being said, my decisions are always final. This is for the safety of the students. There are things that can, and will, do you immense harm, and I will not allow carelessness to bring that fate upon anyone.

3. On the field trips, you will follow all of my orders to the letter. Again, this is for your safety. I will be taking the students to the very gates of Hell. There are risks with that, I understand. So long as the students accept the fact that I can, and will, provide support in any way, there will be no issue.

4. I also ask that students show respect to me and to each other. There is no right or wrong in this subject. Each opinion is valued and needed, each lesson should be told as it is learned. This will better all of us, myself included. You will learn from me, but I will be ashamed if I do not learn from you as well.

(Link to the forum post based around this class is : http://rdi.dragonsmark.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p= 165688#165688.
OF course, the class, and that thread, is always open to anyone.)
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Class Name: Introduction to Space Technology

Class Description: Introduction to Space Technology will be the starting topic for every student who wishes to take the road of building space ships and learning about their components.
The class itself is based in a ver simple grade system:

At the end of each week, a final test will take place. The student can get one of the following grades:
1.-Very Deficient
2.-Deficient
3.-Insufficient
4.-Average
5.-Sufficient
6.-Excellent
7.-Exceeds Expectations

The grades from the final tests will be added and divided by 6 getting a final result, for example:
Week 1: 1
Week 2: 5
Week 3: 3
Week 4: 7
Week 5: 1
Week 6: 4
1+5+3+7+1+4=17/6=3,5 (This is the final result. In this case it is a Insufficient Grade)
In the eventuality of a student fails. He/She -must- repeat the course.
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Class Program for Space Technology:

Week 1:Basic Concepts of Space Technology
In this class, the student will learn about the basics of Space Technology. Terms like "Lightspeed" "Ionic Condensators" "Nuclear Hydrobaric Generators" and other topics will be lectured here.

Final Test Topic: Description and Categorization of a Standard Transport Ship.

Week 2:Space Travel, Basic
Theoric classes of Space travel will be lectured in the second week, topics as Worm Holes, Black Holes and White Holes. Topics seen on Week 1 will be lectured with depth.

Final Test Topic: What is the Nexus and how to recognize it.

Week 3:Ships, Classes, Categories and Analisis
This class, known as SCCA, will be based in the recognition, categorization and analisis of several Space ships and other space vessels, such as Satelites, Probes, Drones, etc...

Final Test Topic: Recognition of Military and Transport Ships with similiar components

Week 4:Space Protocol and Safety
With the instruction of Instructor Weiss Faulke. The students will learn the appropiate protocol and safety in space, this class will also teach terminology.

FInal Test Topic: How to Survive in space if... (each student will have a different situation)

Week 5:Space Travel, Intermediate
Here, the students will practice how to travel from a distance to another using the several methods of Space transportation.

Final Test Topic: Conditions and Risks of Space Travel (Written Test)

Week 6:Gravity and Galactic Hazards
In the last week, Gravity and Galactic Hazards will teach students every aspect of Galactic Hazards.

Final Exam: Construction of a Hazardous situation using every topic of the entire Course From Week 1 to Week 6.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 12:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Evolution Of fire Arms - syllabus
Instructor: Charles Blackstone

Basic Description: This is a 12 week course that by the end the student will understand the history of firearms from many diverse cultures and backgrounds. These students will also know how to properly produce, handle, use and store these styles of weapons.

Schedule: The class will be taught from Monday to Friday, however Mondays and Tuesdays will normally (any change will be noted previously to the class) fall in the class room. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will be held either outside or in the main shooting hall for hands on teaching, practice, projects, ect.

Required materials: Pen and paper when in class. At the range you will need gloves, safety glasses, and tennis shoes, a long sleeved shirt, and full length pants.

Instructor’s goal: This class was developed to teach anyone who takes the class how to handle firearms properly. This class is not to make someone into a soldier, or teach them the ways of being a soldier. At the end of the class I hope that each student leaves with the knowledge to go out and enjoy the safe recreational usage of firearms and also the knowledge to properly defend themselves.

Class Grading scale.
100-95 – A – Exceeding standards
95-90 – B- Above Average
89-80 – C – Meeting Standard
79-70 –D – Below standard
69-0 –F- Failing
Note: Grades are give both individually and to groups.

Chapter 1: Pre-Black powder (3 weeks)
Week one: Introduction to class and Lectures over the bow and arrow, its usage, effectiveness, and shooting day using both modern and ancient bows.
Week two: Lectures over Ancient Artillery, catapults, trebuchets and ballista. Begin group project to build one of these.
Week three: Finish projects and present to the class (test grade)

Chapter two: Black powder to the pre 20th century (2 weeks)
Week one: Lectures on Black powder weaponry. Shooting days will use multiple types of Black powdered rifles from many different centuries in this time period.
Week two: Lectures on cannons. Shooting days will have demonstrations of operation of these pieces. Test will be written test over both weeks.

Chapter three: 20th century firearms (3 weeks)
Week one: Lectures on early 20th century fire arms. Shooting days will showcase these.
Week two: Lectures on late 20th century fire arms. Shooting days will showcase these.
Week three: Lectures on 20th century artillery and the progression of them. Shooting day will be demonstrations of these. The test will be done on the shooting range in identifying the weapon they are looking at from previous data.

Chapter four: Modern to futuristic weapons. (4 weeks)
Week one: Modern weaponry. Shooting days will be using these.
Week two: Modern Artillery. Shooting days will be in the glen for this.
Week three: Futuristic weapons. Will look to what has now become our present future in firearms. Shooting day will demonstrate all types of rifles.
Week four: No lectures, instead a field trip to UCS Mahayana to look at futuristic weaponry.

Final: The final for this class will take place on Thursday and Friday of the last week of class. The final will be a individual project on making a weapon of your choice (note: the firearm does not have to be complete to receive grade if its production process takes over 48 hours) If a weapon passes inspection and is graded, the student will be allowed to keep the weapon for themselves.
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