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Project Based Learning / Next-generation Teaching Techniques

Starting with the 2014-15 school year, Cathedral will introduce a new STEAM initiative (Science Technology English Arts Mathematics). The STEAM program puts more emphasis on project-based learning. Below are videos from several Cathedral teachers demonstrating project-based learning in their classrooms. If you have any question about these videos or about project-based learning, please contact Julie Barthel, vice principal for curriculum and instruction, at jbarthel@gocathedral.com.

     
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Jill Baisinger [39:17]

AP Government / Economics Teacher & "We The People" Coach

Video Summary:

This classroom video shows a student run mock congress session following a bill through the congressional process.

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Liz Bradshaw [46:21]

IB Co-Coordinator & English Teacher

Video Summary:

This classroom video shows students using Edgar Allen Poe's six word memoirs method in the classroom.

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Dom Davis [17:10]

Physics, PreEngineering, and Computer Science Teacher

Video Summary:

This classroom video shows students as they prepare for their final project in preengineering.

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Eric Glanders [47:55]

Social Studies Teacher

Video Summary:

This classroom video shows students conducting an interview with a congressman having to ask question to get the answers they need.

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Dennis Thomas [48:56]

Social Studies Department Chair & Teacher

Video Summary:

This classroom video shows students broken up onto smaller groups to examine primary source documents from the French Revolution.

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Dana Van Deuren [31:49]

English Teacher

Video Summary:

Students were broken up into smaller groups and read a novel together collaborating with each other to understand the novel.

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Jennifer Whitacre [28:52]

Biology & Environmental Science Teacher

Video Summary:

This classroom video shows students going down to Fall Creek to test the water hands on to find out if it is viable for wildlife.

 

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