After getting feedback from our friends in Mongolia and from New York city, students revised their videos this week, trying to change at least one part of their video. Students also had the feedback from their classmates. Each group got together again and reflected on what they could change. Here are some of the results. […]
This week’s blog post is by: An, Oscar and Alicia This week 4B finished off our science video. The science video was to help us to explain better and learn some things about our science topic. Each group has a topic. Oscar, Aya and Mai were Oceanographers. An Oceanographer is somebody that studies the Ocean. […]
During our learning at YIS, students often reflect on the skills they are using. It’s important that students are not only learning content, but learning how to learn and aware of what goes into that learning. We are just finishing up a unit on How The World Works where students have been studying how the […]
This week’s post is all about our grade 4 field trip to JAMSTEC and is brought to you by: Colin, Eileen, and Karthik! On Tuesday we had a field trip. And the place was called JAMSTEC. We walked to Ishikawacho Station and went to Shin Sugita by train and walked for a few minutes and […]
It’s here. It’s now. It’s the next DIY home learning. We’ve added a few skills, which correspond to our current unit: How the World Works. Of course, the skills from Sharing the Planet work as well. So, hop on. Challenge yourself. Be ready to present in 3 weeks: November 14th.