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Photosynthesizing

Students in Mrs. Frank’s fifth grade class at Pearre Creek Elementary created a visual representation to show that plants get the materials they need...
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Ordering Fractions

Mrs. Barnes’ fourth graders at Kenrose Elementary compared common fractions and decimals in both increasing and decreasing order. Students built and captured pictures of...
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Moon Phases Infographics

Ms. Miller’s fourth grade class at Nolensville Elementary School analyzed patterns, relative movements, and relationships among the sun, moon, and earth using graphics, text,...
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Research Reporting with Infographics

Dr. Keown’s eighth grade classes at Brentwood Middle School selected a topic relating to the novel, To Kill a Mockingbirdas a focus for research. Students created...
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Getting ‘More’ from your writing: Text Comparison using Wordle

Students in Mrs. Smith’s 12th Grade English class at Ravenwood High School created visuals in Wordle using their Renaissance Persuasive Essay along with the supportive...
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Relationship of Events: Creating Chain Reactions with SmartArt

Mrs. Seay’s fifth grade classes at Edmondson Elementary School explained the relationships or interactions of events based on specific information in their text.  After...
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Electromagnetism Fair

Using Project Based Learning, Katie Parker’s 8th Grade Science classes at Brentwood Middle School conducted research and applied their understanding of electricity and magnetism...
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Superhero Rescue: Navigation with Trigonometry

Students in Matt Putnam Honor’s Geometry Class at Fairview High School have been studying the aspects of trigonometry, including angles, bearings and navigation.   As...
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Analyzing Text Using Edmodo

Students in Melissa Poloskey’s 5th grade class at Westwood Elementary recently read a selection from Wonders, their reading literature anthology to focus the facilitation...
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Fraction Frenzy

Students in Barbara Brooks’ 5th grade class at Chapman’s Retreat Elementary joined the world of fractions in an artistic forum! They used the Illuminations...