March Inquiry Projects: Experimenting with Alternative Presentation Ideas

In March, 12 of my 4th graders completed their an inquiry project on a variety of topics! Notably this month, students also experimented with different final project presentations, using Youtube and Kahoot (survey games) to share their learning with one another. Animals Today and in the Past This group studied Ancient sea monsters, Dinosaurs, Chihuahuas,Continue reading “March Inquiry Projects: Experimenting with Alternative Presentation Ideas”

Cross-pollination: Reflecting on How Student’s Interests have Formed me this Year, and vice versa

I’ve been blessed this year with thoughtful, kindhearted students. As a whole, my 3rd and 4th grade classes each have their own unique characters. Fourth grade is much like a bookish older brother, while 3rd grade is a slightly insecure younger sister who loves craft projects. While it’s been an interesting year to see theseContinue reading “Cross-pollination: Reflecting on How Student’s Interests have Formed me this Year, and vice versa”

March Monthly Summary

March was full, sweet, and sour. Some hints of rest, lots to consider, and some weighty concerns for prayer. Simple Pleasures Being on Spring Break! March 26th was my 7 year Jesus-versary Seeing my students hungry to know more about God. Our lunch period frequently turns into a student-led theology block where they bring meContinue reading “March Monthly Summary”

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