In Hashavua Article, Yavneh News

In this week’s #ViewFromThePrincipal, One of the most meaningful ways to make learning exciting for students is to make it relevant & authentic for our students. This year our 5th graders have been working as bloggers, This important element of the 5th grade curriculum helps develop writing skills, technology and digital citizenship skills all while providing our students with an authentic audience. Each student was able to choose a topic of their own and create a digital space for them to share their ideas. I was so moved and motivated to read through their blogs and learn about reptiles, art, farming, hockey and more. The 5th graders are loving this year long project and are intrinsically motivated to do as good as they can because they know their classmates and families are sharing in their learning

Doug Hinko

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