Students look at bears from all angles and apply math and measurement skills to compare themselves.
How many of ME would it take to outweigh a polar bear? Primary students look at bears from all angles and apply math and measurement skills to compare themselves with their furry friends.
Students create persuasive brochures to convince the public to mandate using metrics as the only measurement system.
Students create persuasive brochures to convince the public to mandate the use of metrics as the only accepted measurement system.
A multimedia slideshow is used as an entertaining introduction to reinforce students to important concepts and skills.
A multimedia slideshow focuses young students' attention on academics as they arrive at school. The interactive presentation offers an engaging and entertaining way to introduce and reinforce important concepts and skills.
Students collect data from peers, parents, teachers, and community to help teachers effectively communicate.
Students act as researchers to help their teacher find the most effective ways to communicate with students and parents. Students collect data from peers, parents, teachers, and community members using a variety of digital tools.
Students rear frogs from eggs and share their expertise in a brochure for visitors at the local zoo’s amphibian exhibit.
Primary students rear frogs from eggs and share their expertise in an informative brochure for visitors at a new amphibian exhibit at the local zoo.
To learn about motion, students solve linear motion physics puzzles and work with challenging physics problems.
To solve physics puzzles presented by linear motion, students learn about motion. Students use spreadsheet software to analyze and represent data from a physics problem and then present their physics findings to their peers.