Learning about the state you live in is important. One student shares her knowledge by reciting the facts for her teacher via video.
Highlights of Remote Instruction and Learning
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A Pre-elementary Montessori classroom offers hands-on materials to help students develop a concrete understanding of math. So how do you continue this type of learning via remote lessons? Check out our examples and videos to see how it is done.
Learning is not about memorizing facts. Learning is asking questions and following your curiosity like this Pre-elementary student who conducted a science experiment and shared it with others.
Even though one student could not celebrate his birthday in the classroom, his classmates came to him via Zoom, and they celebrated his day the Montessori Way.
Lower Elementary classes experienced a special visit from historical figures to inspire excitement about math and science. Check out who visited!
When your musical rehearsals and performances are canceled, what can you do? Practice performing in other creative ways like a reader’s theater!
How can you capture, celebrate, and share moments of learning when students are each in their own homes? Check out how the Lower Elementary teachers did it!
Even though the stay-at-home orders are in place, our Lower Elementary students continue to connect with the community around them in a variety of creative and caring ways.
When the in-person History Fair was canceled, Mrs. Weise transformed it for her fourth-grade students into a celebration. Learn more and view the students' work.
Upper-elementary students had the opportunity to go on a trip to London (virtually, of course). They started their journey by riding The London Eye. They were treated with marvelous views of the whole of London, which they then went on to explore.
What happens during a three-week Poetry unit during remote instruction? Check out this story to learn the answer and to view some of the amazing student poems shared via Flipgrid.
When students connect to history, it increases their learning. In fourth-grade Social Studies, students are pondering on the past and recording their thoughts on FlipGrid.
In Middle School, students are sharing their little joys and stories of life with each other on their "Social Distancing Happy Time Videos for Everyone." Here is your chance to view some of the wonderful posts shared.
When your annual trip with students is canceled, what can you do? Make it virtual!
Seventh- and eighth-grade students make connections between their current world of social distancing to the isolation astronauts experience in space. How are they alike and how are they different?
During a regular school week, students and teachers share little joys and stories about their lives. How do you do this when you do not see each in person? Mr. K came up with a way.
How can you share about remote learning and capture this unique time without writing pages of text? Create a Haiku.
As the school year gets closer to ending, reflections on past and current moments as well as the future.
With remote learning, one method that allows teachers to observe and celebrate their students' moments of learning is through shared videos. Here are two special videos shared with Mrs. Fleming, one of our Pre-elementary teachers.
When given the challenge to explore museums, and recreate a piece of art, the students took it on with amazing results.