Reaching conclusions based on data students collect
Students in Jenna Steenson’s Biology classes are gathering data to analyze, then reach an appropriate conclusion based on the data. In one scenario, students listen to the sounds of crickets at three different temperatures to see if there is a difference in quantity.
In another, a partner drops a ruler while a student tries to catch as quickly as possible, thus allowing students to judge the reaction time.
(And yes, it’s PJ day, part of our Homecoming spirit week!)
Homemade pasta with pesto sauce was on the lesson plan and the menu for students in Intro to Culinary Arts. Teacher Amy Shonka had students
How well do you balance your left brain and right brain capacities at the same time? Psychology classes taught by Susan Kelly participated in a
Playing lacrosse in PE class helps students get physical exercise while perhaps learning a new sport.