Reflection: High Expectations Weather-Proofing Our School - Day Two - Section 3: Assessment


If I have the time to give to this project, I like to invite engineers into the classroom to assist students in the preparation of their proposals. They offer real-world practical examples of how this process works and can help students articulate their ideas in a better manner.

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Weather-Proofing Our School - Day Two

Unit 1: Weathering Wreaks Havoc
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: Students to use the data they have gathered from evaluating building materials around the school and prepare a proposal for renovating the school.

Big Idea: Application of scientific concepts

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