recently had an opportunity to study and “teach” on a college campus.
April 24. The class was selected to visit WWU
to model what a regular classroom looks like to students who are studying the field of education.
honored that our
room was selected to
display what an excellent classroom looks and sounds like,” Pfingsten said.
Expansion. The students were challenged to look at the spread of the
country from both
settlers’ and the Native Americans’ point of view.
said. “Students read diary excerpts from individuals alive during this time
get a first-hand account of the period.”
a quiz. They
also identified and described various geometric figures seen around
lunch, the students took a short tour of the campus
and then returned to Ashland.
fourth-graders pose in front of a
welcome sign at William Woods University.