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Monthly Archives: April 2015
This week, the Innovation Lab team met with a representative from W.B. Mason to discuss designs for our classrooms. During our Trailblazers event, we asked students to submit their own designs for the space next year. Their designs contained a … Continue reading
When you enter “Newton’s Lab,” the eponymous workspace for NNHS’ Greengineering program, your eyes wander around the room as you try and take in everything that contibutes to the organized chaos that is somehow curiously calm. Students stand around workstations with … Continue reading
Innovation Lab’s mission demands that students “make an impact in the community at large” and the STEM team has been reaching out to appropriate community members who can help. We’ve continuously refuted the notion that high school is a place … Continue reading
Deeper Learning 2015 just gets better and better! For Day 2 of the conference, I participated in the Deep Dive hosted by Mark Hines of Mid Pacific Exploratory on Pedaling Towards Sustainability. I and the other members of my team, Andrew … Continue reading
Well High Tech High knows how to throw a conference, that’s for sure. Deeper Learning 2015 got off to a roaring start yesterday with a keynote address by Christopher Emdin, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Columbia … Continue reading