"True learning is figuring out how to use what you already know in order to go beyond what you already think." - Jerome Bruner
Adopted by the state Board of Education on May 20, 2016.
Welcome to the 2017 Spring Break Content Challenge!
Over the course of Spring Break we encourage families to work with their students to keep learning active. When you type the link below into your web browser you will be directed to Office 365 where you will sign in with your Focus username and password. It will then take you to an OneNote document. On the left of the overview page you will see the sections for ELA, Reading, Science, Social Studies and Math. Each link will take you to a different page. The pages in this website allow students to continue their learning in an engaging, online format.
The ELA, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Math sections are divided by grade level. In each of those tabs you will find links to sites that match with the content you have studied or will study in your classes this year.
Your challenge is to read, compute, watch, or play (depending on the link) the resource links that you find the most interesting and then go to the O365 Response Link to record what you've learned and how long you spent learning it. Be sure to complete a separate O365 form for each activity you complete.
Individual schools, departments, or teachers will determine participation goals and what the reward will be.
Link to Holiday Challenge: http://tinyurl.com/hdvel69
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Dates: June 6- July 13, 2017
Hours: 8 a.m. – noon
Days: Monday – Thursday
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