Makes you wonder

Posted by Rebecca Moore - 04 May, 2012

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The School’s mission states that our faculty “demand diligence and discipline while encouraging creativity and discovery.” Last year, after an inservice discussion about creativity, Upper School English teacher Jennifer Rossuck posed a question to her colleagues: “What is the strangest thing that you have in your classroom to inspire curiosity?”

She received a variety of answers from all corners of the campus. Senior Suze Myers photographed the items for the Spring 2012 issue of the Randolph Magazine and the School made two films of the items, which you can view at the end of this post.

Here are some pictures you won't see in the Magazine. Can you guess whose rooms these are in?

What has a teacher has done to inspire your curiosity? What did you learn?

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Topics: 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, Academics, art, Arts, creativity, French, interdisciplinary, Kindergarten, Lower School, Middle School, science, Spanish, teachers, the world, Upper School


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