Marketplace Mission Learning Center (MMLC) opened our classroom to five students and our homeschool program to three students in August 2011. Our one room school offers 203 online courses grades 3-12 from Ignitia with the teacher-in-the-classroom. Click Ignitia 2017-2018 Curriculum Catalog General Courses and Electives for a complete curriculum catalog. Visit at the United Church of Marco Island, 320 North Barfield Drive, Marco Island, Florida 34145. Call or text me at 239-682-4291 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our homeschool program offer students and their teachers access to 203 Ignitia courses with training, support, weekly reports and yearly final reports for a one time $375.00 fee.
Up to seven students and one teacher share 760 square feet in two classrooms. We may use a 5,800 square foot hall and a 400 square foot kitchen. Our WiFi covers our classrooms, the kitchen, Disseler Hall and some of the surrounding grounds.
We have filled the the church kitchen and Disseler Hall with the aromas from homemade salsa, homemade bread, chili and homemade pizza. We have fed a large groups homemade pizzas and chili and provided bread for several church receptions. We have held four graduations (2012 and 2013) with 50 people in attendance and served food after each graduation ceremony.
The Art Project Table sits in the center of our classroom acrylic and watercolor project ready.
Our Learning Stations:
The Art Table is always open.
A Necchi Model 534 FB school sewing machine.
An Electronics Project Table offers a Radio Shack Electronics Sensor Lab and an Arduino Starter Kit.
An Apple iMac 27 sits in the front of the room with Final Cut Pro, Toon Boom Animation Studio and Adobe Photochop CC and Lightroom installed. A Sony Handycam, a GoPro and two Apple iPads and a Yamaha Digital Keyboard are available for projects.
A H4next handy recorder offers students a podcast quality audio recorder for projects.
A ProScope HR2 as seen on CSI, CSI:NY and CSI:Miami offers students a microscope connected to a computer that records stills, bursts and video.
A FlashForge Dreamer 3D printer with 500 to 100 micron (0.5mm to 0.1mm) print quality with a 9.1 by 5.9 by 5.5 inch build volume, dual extruders, compatible with ABS, PLA and PVA filament, and can run from SD Card, USB or Wi-Fi offers students the opportunity to learn 3D printing and with AutoDesk 123D Design software to learn to design their own creations.
Matter and Form 3D Scanner that uses a an HD camera and lasers to capture full color and geometry in 360 degrees with detail as small as 0.43mm and size within +/- 0.25mm of objects up to 9 inches high and 8 inches in diameter.
Field Trips are part of the curriculum.
Public service takes students out of their world and inspires them to become the helping hands and the encouraging hearts that connect us all.
Our flexible school day allows parents and students to travel and to meet other obligations. Your student can complete school work anywhere with WiFi.
Tuition of $3,000 a year with a payment plan 10 months at $300 for August through May make our "One Room School" affordable.
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Marketplace Mission Learning Center Mission Statement:
At Marketplace Mission Learning Center students and teachers everyday in every way strive to create and to engage in a safe, encouraging, self paced, individualized, versatile, culturally relevant, compassionate and entrepreneurial educational environment. Students and teachers take responsibility for their own learning and take responsibility to help other students learn. In our "One Room School" students from upper elementary to high school work together in fellowship as a family and as a community taking their lessons learned to become caring and effective family members, citizens, employees, and employers. Marketplace Mission Learning Center (6158) is official State of Florida private school.
Go to this Florida Department of Education page to see our listing.
Click "All Schools." Under "District" scroll to "Collier." Click "Go."
At our school in everything we say and we do, we ask ourselves one question, "How can I be a blessing to others?"
Matthew 22:35-40 (KJV)
35 Then one of them, which was a lawyer, asked him a question, tempting him,and saying, 36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law? 37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. 38 This is the first and great commandment. 39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. 40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.
Henry T. Hill
Kent State University
Bachelor of Arts, History and English, June 1966
Master of Arts in Teaching, June 1968
Thirty graduate Education hours beyond M.A.T. degree
1968-1970 Part time Freshman History Teacher at Kent State Branch Campuses
1968-1999 High School Teacher at Kent Roosevelt High School (Kent, Ohio) - English, History, Government, and Photography
Edison State College, Naples Campus Adjunct Professor in Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) 2007-2008 teaching "The Teaching and Learning Process" EPI 003 and teaching "Technology For Teachers" EPI 006.
Collier County School Aide 2006-2007 - Alternative School in the Enhanced Assist Program for suspended 1 to 10 days Middle School Students and High School Students.
Schiller International School/ Academy Sanchez Casal, Naples, Florida 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 as Social Studies teacher.
Winterberry Christian Academy on Marco Island 2009-2010 Middle School teacher.
Winterberry Christian Academy on Marco Island 2010-2011 High School teacher.
Founded Marketplace Mission Learning Center, an official Collier County Florida private school, in August 2011. Teacher at Marketplace Mission Learning Center using Alpha Omega online courses to six students grades 5 to 12.
State of Ohio Permanent Certificate - High School (7-12) - Political Science, Computer Science (Grandparent Clause), English, History, and Reading (K-12)
State of Florida Professional Educator's Certificate (July 1, 2006 - June 30, 2011) English (Grades 6 - 12), Reading (Grades K - 12), and Reading Endorsement
Charles Hill and Sons Dairy (Perry, New York) (My grandfather was Charles and my Dad and my uncle were the sons)- Milk Processor and sales clerk (After school and summers -1955-1960); Pin boy at a Perry Bowling Alley (setting up pins)( I was automated out of the job by the automatic pinsetter machines) - 1957; Lifeguard (no one drowned, three rescues, one broken arm, one cut which needed stitches, no police were called to maintain order all summer) - Summer of 1961; Bank Teller at Lincoln Rochester Trust (bank teller at the second busiest branch of the biggest bank in Rochester, New York) - November 1961 - August 1962; REA (Railway) Express - Truck driver and freight handler - Summers of 1962, 1963, and 1964; Projectionist at Kent State University - 1964; Painter and Laborer for the Ohio Turnpike - Summer of 1965; Waiter at the Fifth Quarter (Kent, Ohio) - Summer of 1965; Ohio Franklin Township Road Crew - Roller operator, tractor operator, and truck driver - Summer of 1966 and Summer of 1967; Administrative Graduate Assistant for the Office of the Academic Branches of Kent State University - September to June of 1966-1967 and September to June of 1967 to 1968); Rental maintenance - Summers of 1966-1990; Henry T. Hill Roofing and Insulating - owner and worker (roofed over 60 houses and insulated over 400 houses, employed two to four workers for the summer) - Summers of 1973-1985; Car Salesman for Germain of Columbus, Ohio - October to March 2000 to 2001; UPS Store of Marco Island - Clerk for two years.
In 41 years I have taught more than 27,000 classes and more than 4,000 students.