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Making Math Fun!

September 28th, 2021|In The Classroom|

Yes, this is math. “Our small class sizes allow for a lot of collaboration between students,” says Mrs. Kesler, an Upper School math teacher. “This leads to higher levels of student engagement in the classroom. They are learning from each other, which provides a whole deeper level of immersion and understanding. They begin to share problem-solving strategies and might approach questions from a different perspective. Regardless of how challenging a math activity is, if you are able to get the peer-to-peer element going in the classroom, the engagement goes through the ceiling.”

STEM: Motion & Acceleration

September 25th, 2021|In The Classroom|

Students worked on a project that incorporated science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as they explored the subject of motion. Small groups of students built carts out of LEGOS capable of carrying a smart phone. Using an app on their phones, students then tested for acceleration and deceleration on the ramps inside the McIntosh Center for the Arts & Sciences...

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