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Perfect! Reading, writing, math, science, and social studies are essentially wrapped up into one to show the essential needs for common core excellence! This produces all around leaders of tommorrow!
I really like that students are decide what project tehy want to work on. hTis goup focused on the environmental. All three group presented really good. I specially like the second group that used technology for virtual reality. They got a judge involed and kept the presentation intresting.
So exciting, project base learning that includes other subject areas is amazing. Forward this to a career base and we have our future leaders, problem solvers, political guidance.
striving to save the planet, prevent national disasters and stop the spread of disease, while still in high school.
I like it thought them how to think abond come up with a solution to the problem. They used several subjects to find ways to discover how to present about what they had learned. I like how they wanted to recieve the feedback weither it was negative or positive to have a better way to look at solutions. They used colobative working skills when waiting to pitch to the class.
I agree with you about the bond to help solve the problem. They just needed to present the topic a little bit better. But they were open to the feedback.
I really like that this is incorporating almost all subjects. I am a big hands on fan and group projects. Seeing the students come together with their knowledge is so great and shows how eager they are for more. The students who dressed up for their presentations also shows that they are dedicated to their project knowledge and really want to impress their audience.
Social Justice & Equity