Top-10 Most Popular Videos of the 2021-22 School Year (#9 & #10)

Published On: August 8th, 2022 | Categories: Food for Thought, In The Classroom |


Top-10 Most Popular Videos of the 2021-22 School Year


Each summer we look back at the most popular blog posts and videos from the past school year. Today we are beginning to explore the most popular videos from our school YouTube page!

The school YouTube page has more than 630,000 total views. In the time period from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021, we created a total of 33 videos ranging from experiences in pre-kindergarten to eighth grade. Of note, the Top-10 is focused on projects/trips/classroom experiences and is ranked solely on the number of views each video received. The more views a video received, the higher the ranking in the countdown.

Each day this week we will release videos on our countdown. Check back each morning to see the latest videos!

Monday: Videos #9 & #10
Tuesday: Videos #6, #7 & #8
Wednesday: Videos #4 & #5
Thursday: Videos #2 & #3
Friday: #1 Video

We hope that you enjoyed the opportunity to see your children engaged in their learning throughout the school year. Enjoy!


Top-10 Countdown 2021-22:


#10 Earth Week (501 views)

Earth Week is always a busy time on our campus. This year our theme was “We are all in this together!”, and our school community jumped right into Earth Week activities – working together to make the world a better place for all of us. The highlight of the week was the Fourth grade Trout Release around the corner at Carter Hall. The NEAL program provides opportunities of hands-on experiential learning experiences for students and this one exceeded all expectations! Students spent the morning learning about trout habitats, and reviewing the health indicators stemming from their previous work on campus. Earth Week saw the return of the Buddy Program on campus! The Buddy program pairs students at different grade levels together for learning activities and plenty of fun. A perfect example was Sixth graders helping their second grade little Buddies with a planting activity on the Crocker Conservancy.


#9 Will o’ the Wisp (531 views)

At its core, cross-curricular approaches are fundamental ways to teach concepts by combining multiple subjects at once. It is a great way to engage children in learning a topic. Cross-curricular activities promote learning by interconnecting topics, like in this third grade example from earlier in the fall with Mr. Stitcher in the Lower School music room.


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