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Students in Mr. Wilson’s and Mrs. Stickle’s Environmental Science classes created a Wikispace page with information about their biome. The classes will then view their peers’ pages to learn and study from during the unit.
Many 12th grade English classes are utilizing the online notecard and dropbox tool in Noodletools. This process allows Mrs. Stout to provide formative assessment to students during the research process.
Mrs. Barca’s French III class created museum walking tours of an Impressionist painter using Voicethread.
Students in Mr. Ritter and Mrs. Smith’s US History I explored current events addressing citizen rights and the amendments. They curated their topics using Scoop.it
Monthly Highlights --Events in the Media Center
The Media Center hosted the 2 nd annual Apples to Apples holiday tournament. Students enjoyed some friendly competition and holiday snacks after school on December 21 st .
The book club met twice in December to discuss Lauren Oliver’s best selling novel, Before I Fall. The book club has seen a significant increase in underclassman attendance.
Mrs. Stout attended the New Jersey Association of School Librarians conference on December 2 nd and 3 rd . She plans to utilize the resources shared in the e-reader session to pilot a Nook Simple Touch circulation program in the Media Center.
Media Specialists and English teachers at Hunterdon Central Regional shared their model for a semester long inquiry based unit on British literature. Mrs. Stout is investigating implementing a similar unit in the Media Center for the second semester.
December Statistics 5791 LibGuides Usage 208 After School Visits 487 Lunch and Pass Visits 408 Before School Visits 250 Circulation 10 Classes scheduled for Presenters/Events 4 Drop In Class Sessions 110 Direct Instruction Class Sessions