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Green vines, monkeys, leafy plants, and butterflies are just a few of the things you will see as you journey through Seneca Science teacher, Julie Morris’ classroom. The sixth grade students transformed their classroom into a rainforest with streamers, coffee filters and papier-mâché trees. Seneca students designed dioramas representing the biomes of the world, as well as created Venn diagrams comparing . . . read more
Recently, my math class just completed a Geometry Photography Project that we worked on for about 4 days in class. Below is a description of what the kids worked on following our geometry unit. It is a performance based assessment using Book Creator and the camera on the iPads. Geometry Photography Project Go on a geometry . . . read more
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