Friday, May 10, 2013

Volunteers Support Capstone Learning

This week in fourth grade enrichment/library classes we have been lucky to have several volunteers support student project development. One student spent time designing a demonstration of how a touch screen works with parent and engineer, Jed Rankin. The student will now be able to physically show his concept with the use of a circuit that lights up when different sections are touched. In another class, our art teacher Joanna Elliot and our literacy teacher Darcy Woodruff took time out of their schedule to help students transfer their research ideas from paper to a final product. Students are in the creating phase of their projects and these extra volunteers are supporting an environment that allows students to make great progress.

We are excitedly planning our learning celebration...scheduled for June 10th!

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