My students come from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds, but come to school every day ready to grow. At my school, children learn through hands-on exploration and cross-curricular instruction, supported by a STEAM focused curriculum.
“What,” “why,” "when," and “how” are words that are embraced and encouraged in my classroom.
Students are agents of their own learning and given the space to investigate their interests. My classroom is a place for students to grow, imagine, and thrive, all through learning.
We have a diverse group of students, that come from a variety of backgrounds but one thing they have in common is they are enthusiastic about learning. Their favorite thing about school is being able to create, explore, and, of course, use any technology. My students are energetic, engaged, and vocal about their learning. They come up with new interesting ideas that they want to try in science and math.
Technology, coding, math, and science will help form our next generations of scientists, engineers, and programmers.
The Osmo kits will also provide them with the skills they need to become twenty-first-century learners. Osmo has a variety of hands-on, interactive iPad tools to teach and promote science and math skills. Osmo Coding Jam is way to introduce first graders to the basic principles of how to code a video game. All Osmo projects are geared towards student interaction and challenge children to think outside the box.
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