Monthly Archives: January 2016

Under Pressure: Bruce Museum Exhibition

I was at our school’s ‘student stress committee’ meeting yesterday. It’s big enough to be covered by local press. So, when Jari showed up at the door looking for me, I had the same feeling you have when your cell … Continue reading

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National History Day

Yesterday, Tony Andrade, the National History Day Regional Coordinator for Fairfield County, visited Humanities. National History Day is a nationwide competition that asks students to complete original research, create an argument, and then produce either a documentary, performance, museum exhibit, … Continue reading

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STEM Self-Portrait: Days 15-24

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Originally posted on Math Problems:
Sarah and I have decided this whole project-based learning thing is, in fact, a good idea. Over the next few months, we want to reflect more publicly on our second project: the STEM Self-Portrait. We’ll post…

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