Our students are eager to explore new ideas and know they are considered the biggest treasure of our school family. We embrace every student and make sure they have a safe and supportive place to learn and be cared for.
We are currently a STEM school and strive to integrate these areas across the curriculum.
It is important for us to provide project-based experiences for our students so they become critical thinkers and innovators for the world around them.
We are the only year-round school in Alabama and are focusing on STEM integration throughout the entire school. We need to make sure students are not only excited about learning, but they are also able to make real-world connections from their classroom experiences.
Attendance and punctuality are qualities I try to instill in students daily. I encourage this by offering STEM tub activities for students to complete once they enter the classroom each morning. I am constantly adding to our STEM activity resources and Augmented Reality is something I would love to introduce to our school!
The augmented reality items in our morning STEM tubs will provide excitement, challenges, and hopefully spark new adventures for students.
The Merge Cubes, AR Globes, Beasts of Balance Games, and AR flashcards will open the door for collaboration and critical thinking between our students. These are critical skills that will prepare them to be successful in school and their future careers, specifically STEM careers! The augmented reality experience will allow students to mix physical and digital play while receiving an enhanced experience without ever leaving the classroom!
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