Third grade students have studied bones, muscles and skin systems of the human body as part of their science curriculum. Ms. Kathleen and Ms. Emily co-taught the unit and kept students engaged with an extended Project Based Learning (PBL) approach to the subject.
Students played games, made art, made graphs, made models and read a variety of material on the subject as part of the extended project.
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Teachers and staff at The Learning Center Charter School have spent the last several weeks prepping classrooms, campus and curriculum for the start of the new school year this week.
Ryan Bender, Head of School in Training, pointed out all the steps necessary to get ready for a new school year. “Building and site maintenance is crucial during the summer months,” said Bender. “More importantly, however, our teachers spend much of their summer break attending training in order to be sure our school continues to offer an outstanding academic program.”
According to openwaylearning.org, “Open Way Learning (OWL) offers a set of principles that can transform schooling through leveraging the power of open communities. It is a framework that encourages educators to create, tweak, and share best practices to help education keep pace with a rapidly changing economy, society, and environment. OWL encourages educators to prioritize shared vision, distributed leadership, collaboration, freely exchanged knowledge, and innovation in creating customized solutions for their learning communities.”
“Tri-County Early College High School has an impressive and proven track record of success,” said Bender. “We are here to take this revolutionary educational model to the kindergarten through eighth grade level.”