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  • Middle School Math Students Get Quizzed
    Middle School Math Students Get Quizzed New!
    Pre-algebra students in Erik Tjersland’s class at Great Hollow Middle School used the game-based learning platform Kahoot! to reinforce their recent math lesson on exponents. Using their Chromebooks, the Kahoot! quiz allowed the in-person students to review their math skills while also working with those students who were virtual learners, getting the answers to their questions in real time. Read Full Story >
  • Monster Writers at Tackan
    Monster Writers at Tackan New!
    Fifth graders in Mrs. Spata’s class at Tackan Elementary School practiced their powerful writing skills by describing a monster that they created. The students wrote stories about a monster and the monster’s features using many descriptive details. Principal Matt Furey then joined the class to draw those monster creations just by reading the descriptive words. Read Full Story >
  • Math Lesson Connects In-Person and Virtual Learners
    Math Lesson Connects In-Person and Virtual Learners
    Seventh graders at Accompsett Middle School worked together with their virtual classmates during a recent math lesson. Students in Ms. May’s class used the web-based app Desmos to solve two-step equations. The students went into Google Meet breakout rooms to work together to solve for the missing variables in the equations using their Chromebooks. .tb_button {padding:1px;cursor:pointer;border-right: 1px solid #8b8b8b;border-left: 1px solid #FFF;border-bottom: 1px solid... Read Full Story >
  • Rewriting for Radio
    Rewriting for Radio
    Students in Kim Sundberg’s theatre arts class at Smithtown High School East are performing radio plays this month. Students were tasked with taking a familiar children’s story and rewriting into a radio play. The students worked collaboratively in small groups to choose their play, which will be performed on Google Meet. The lesson helps them work on sound effects and using their voices as sounds. Read Full Story >

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