Studying for exams can be hard but not when you do it with a game! Ms. Blakely’s AP Government class once again stepped up their learning style by playing an interactive game to review for their exam. Cadets use visual, auditory and kinetic learning styles to give clues to the classmates on their team. Each method and each clue further solidified their learning of the concepts studied during this unit and is just another way experiential learning has entered the classroom.
In Ms. Blakely’s World History Class, cadets completed their first writing assignment. These first drafts were then edited and critiqued by their classmates. The ability for the cadets to learn to receive feedback from fellow peers will be something they carry into any field of work later in life.
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