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Research suggests that hands-on interactive learning opportunities challenge students to think outside of the box, solve problems and increase retention for life-long learning and improved standardized test scores, but the kids will tell you it is just more fun.
While covering the English standard on culture and how moving from different cultures can impact their lives, student groups in Mrs. Lee’s English classes presented information about different cultures to their classmates. Pictured are Sadie Harper, Abigail Hurt, Hannah Hyatt, and Henley Jennings who presented information on the Asian culture complete with props.
Students in Mrs. White’s chemistry class presented information to their classmates on either a chemical element or compound. Part of their presentation included a 3D model. Pictured are Samaria Owens with her oxygen model and Traci Cox with her bromine model.
Students also had to include a unique characteristic of their compound or element in their presentation. Traci shared that bromine is the only nonmetal that is a liquid at room temperature, and Samaria shared that oxygen has no smell, color, or taste. It is always nice to walk through the halls of Central High School and see all the student displayed projects and activities. We have some very creative and brilliant minds in our student body.