Today, I popped into classrooms and am excited to share what I am seeing:
Kassidy reading a new novel.
Emmanuel, in Kindergarten, working on practicing his letter "L".
Teachers in KG1B working with students in small groups.
Our littles (preschool for threes) singing and dancing to songs and poems.
Our first grade teacher teaching on verbs and allowing the students to show some action words in front of the class.
Using hand signs to answer questions in our second grade class.
Learning new vocabulary in primary 4.
ELD class with Madame Janet accessing all parts of English Acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Telling stories with his class, Sir Jacob got his whole class involved.
Discussing various comprehension strategies with our 7th grade class.
Assisting students who missed class, Sir Justice takes his time to re explain a concept.
And then after-school, the adventure continued. Our teachers took turns presenting ideas they got during their trip to American International School last week.
Madame Jennifer explained all the new ways to do calendar with the students.
Sir Justice dissected a chicken wing in an effort to demonstrate science concepts of bones, muscles, skin, ligaments, etc.
Madame Janet discussed IEP's and ways that we can further differentiate for special learned in our school.
Sir Jacob talked about projects and pictures as a method of assessment.
And then...to see our peer mediators start training and practicing skills of mediation...so sweet!
Pastor Cayle coaching some ideas for a dramatization.