iRock in ActionA Celebration of Stories - Their Past, Our Present, and A Lot To Be Proud Of
Last Thursday, I had the pleasure of helping four of our CBL teachers from Children's School, Ebenezer, South Pointe, and Sunset Park with their end of year exhibition, "A Celebration of Stories". This idea grew from another CBL project that Ms. Remus and her class began last year, the Downtown Rock […]
Tue, Jun 03, 2014
CBL BlogLittle Free Libraries - A Special Delivery For the Soul
Each month, we meet with the Challenge Based Learning (CBL) cohort to plan and reflect on the awesome projects in progress A few months ago, Mr. Morton, a fifth grade teacher at India Hook Elementary, came to us with an an original idea. An idea that from the start, had […]
Sun, May 25, 2014
CBL BlogLittle Free Libraries
I so enjoyed the CBL Home Depot trip last week with IHES to build Little Free Libraries. We had a great day of learning, exploring, and building. These boys were SO into the project...you'd think they had forgotten they were learning! Stay tuned for part 2 of this incredible project... […]
Tue, Apr 29, 2014
It's the most wonderful time, of the year....EXHIBITION
All year, our teachers, students, and city partners have worked on various projects in an effort to improve our community. As this school year is coming to a close, project participants are gearing up to celebrate the unique teaching and learning taking place in Rock Hill Schools. Below, you'll find […]
Fri, Apr 25, 2014
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