The participants experimented by building towers, three-dimensional shapes, bridges, rockets and more to create science-math-art-engineering lessons ready for the classroom. Ms. Sandler stressed that the use of manipulatives in a hands-on experience readily motivates students. Students may be encouraged to try, and, if they fail, to try again--in other words, to take the risks that eventually lead to success.
|Teachers from School 2 proudly display their creations.|
|Teachers from School 12 were led by Principal Andre McCollum, |
who shows off his effort, a three-dimensional swing set.