Students in 6th grade ELP at Pleasant View have been working on a STEM real-world application project for the past two months and upon finishing them up, had the opportunity to share their final presentations with parents and classmates!
The project was called “The Antarctica Project” and involved students designing a structure for 4 scientists to use as a research base in Antarctica. They had to calculate several points of cost and savings after making design choices, then prepare a 3-D model of their design and make a presentation about their work. Each group's design choices and presentation methods were student-driven. Watching students connect with a project and take pride in presenting their findings is such a rewarding experience! Thanks educators and students for all your hard work on these unique, real world projects!