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Caring for the Community [electronic resource]

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Debbie Lerner teaches grades 1-3 at Red Bridge Elementary School in Kansas City, Missouri where a personalized learning curriculum allows students to stay in the same classroom for all three grade levels. Ms. Lerner's lesson focuses on the concept of community and explores how her students can help make a difference in each other's lives. Students review the concept of resources and interview their superintendent to understand how decisions are made that affect the school budget. Then they work in groups to brainstorm and create flyers to help prepare for their school's upcoming remodeling.
Online
2003
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Celebrations of Light [electronic resource]

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Eileen Mesmer teaches a combined Kindergarten and First Grade class in Salem, Massachusetts, a diverse community outside Boston. Ms. Mesmer asks her students to explore the many ways the holidays are celebrated and to find commonalities among the various celebrations. She reads to the students from "The Winter Solstice," using it to help students understand the greater theme of community. Through math, writing, and drawing stations located throughout the classroom, students interact with the content in a variety of ways and through diverse learning styles flyers to help prepare for their school's upcoming remodeling.
Online
2003
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Making a Diference Through Giving [electronic resource]

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In Darlene Jones-Inge's Fourth Grade class at O'Hearn Elementary School in Boston's inner city students experience a complex lesson that focuses on the theme of giving. They work in teams to determine a meaningful service project addressing the needs within their school, community, country, or world. Through thoughtful voting and collaborative decision making, students determine the goal and scale of their project.
Online
2003