In Middle School Life Science class, students created models and posters with analogies comparing either plant or animal cells to other things. A Cell is Like a Bakery, according to two eighth-grade students who baked this amazing cake. In the table below, you can read the analogies, from the nucleus/owner to the vacuoles/display cases. How […]
Category: In class
In a high school (Ash class) seminar this fall, the students and their teacher Sharon Dunn talked about ethics and education. You can listen here.
Art teacher Charlene Freeman recently taught the Middle School students about painting in the style of Van Gogh. See several of them in this post. These paintings and more are on the wall in the upstairs hallway of Building 2 at North Creek, if you’d like to see them for yourself.
Woodinville Montessori High School biology students recently showed all the stages of mitosis through decorated doughnuts, then presented slideshows of their projects (linked below). Watch to see how they illustrated the process and demonstrated what they learned. The Process of Mitosis Stages of Mitosis Stages of Mitosis
High School Biology students work on a lab to investigate the properties of catalase.
Math students work with card material to learn the properties of algebra.
Middle School students performed skits about the water, nitrogen and carbon cycles in Life Science class.
By Ivy M. ’17 On the Wednesday of our Chicago trip, I went with the rest of the 11th-graders and Sharon as we split off from the rest of the Ash class. Together, we had the opportunity to sit in on a University of Chicago seminar class on a portion of W.E.B. Du Bois’ “The […]
By Emery A. ’17 During the trip to Chicago, the first of several museums we visited had many exhibits on the history of Chicago. These typically included such things as prominent inventions and industries present in Chicago, especially the prevalence of hot dogs and the meat industry overall. However, what really grabbed my attention was […]
By Janick G. ’18 On Thursday afternoon, we visited the Chicago Institute of Art—a massive, one million square foot museum housing art forms in every style, period, and place imaginable. Made up of eight buildings, the museum was constructed in 1893 for the World’s Columbian Exposition, a fair that we’ve spent the last quarter studying […]