Standards are used to define curriculum priorities without constraining classroom methods and teaching styles.
Standards are essential for defining curriculum priorities without constraining classroom methods and teaching styles. See how standards are applied to the project.
View technology access at a Jr. High and the team’s reflections of the use of technology in the classroom.
View the technology access at O’Leary Jr. High and the team’s reflections of the use of technology in the classroom.
WebQuesting students enact Chamber of Commerce roles to learn about economy for a local city and present.
Using a WebQuest, students take on the role of Chamber of Commerce employees and develop informational brochures for a local city. Then, they learn more about the economy of trade and its impact on the local cities and citizens.
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.