There was chatter about the upcoming read-a-thon, what books they planned to read, and what ethnic goodies they would planned to bring for this celebration.
This shared, central technology area will offers the potential for arts and computers, and has have a laboratory as well. The computers in the technology area are will be wireless laptops that include will have publishing software, printers scanners, and cameras for publishing purposes.
As the bell rang to begin the day, various classrooms were busy sharing their innovative lessons for the day. Mrs. Inspired was discussing with her journalism students the yearly publishing projects that the journalism students they willwould produce togetherwith her assistance. These included the student literary magazine, a monthly newspaper, and a parent newsletter. Next door, Mr. Energetic, the media specialist, was sharing his ideas with his class concerning their upcoming y 'Young aAuthor''s contest and read-a-thon, and Mr. Creative, the web-design teacher, was busy empowering his eagle captains for their school assignments concerning for website production.
As we walk down the hallways of my eutopic school we seesee, display cases filled with various student works celebrating their the students' curriculum successes. The public-address system plays soft, classical music throughout the halls before and after school, as well as during class changes. Music and art education are important elements while we are atwork on the work.
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Travel oOutside the first corridor, and we find the student vegetable garden, where Mr. Organic's class is getting ready to harvest their own tomatoes with which to make spaghetti sauce for their parents' dinner on Thursday.
Through the auditorium and behind the gym, we find Mr. Environment helping his students grow apply hydroponics with for their greenhouse project. As we you travel back to the front of the academy, don't forget to stop at Mrs. Fishtail's outdoor classroom, where she is teaching mMicrobiology while the students begin creating their own goldfish pond.
When Mr. Environment and Mrs. Fishtail's classes finish complete their academic units, they will take Academic de Trabajo's engage-o-meter and submit them to the student focus group. Student focus groups meet every Thursday for lunch with the pPrincipal. A strong Sstudent voice at the academy is what working on the work is all about.
Our twenty-first-century school website that displays such items such as extracurricular activities, daily celebrations of student achievement and success, academic curriculum guides and syllabi available for all subject areas, daily grades and attendance, and FCAT practice. All staff members are encouraged to participate in this webs system and share email communication with parents. Links to various classrooms, email, and other educational links are provided here as well.
In order to share instructional ideas and to encourage a collaborative faculty, shared planning time throughout the core classes are a necessity at our academy. This teacher hub where planning takes place has lots of natural light, a couch, round tables, a refrigerator, a microwave, a sink with running water, a phone with an outside line, a fax machine,