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Bobbi Bassart

Bobbi Bassart

1 day ago

The Burgers, Band, and Buckets Concert (band students in grades 5-12) that was scheduled for Sunday, May 5th will not be taking place. Thank you for all your support in years past for this fundraiser

Stacey Green

Stacey Green

2 days ago

A big thank you to Amber Talbott for sharing her passion with us! Mrs. Talbott selected and donated all of the crowns that our kings and queens were presented with during the 2018-2019 school year! Thank you! #TigerPride271 view image

Bobbi Bassart

Bobbi Bassart

2 days ago

2019-2020 School Calendar view image

Stacey Green

Stacey Green

7 days ago

Congratulations to Stockton Grade School for recognition as a recipient of the Kansas Schools of Character Award! SGS is working to enhance social, emotional and character development in all parts of the school day and engaging families and community members. The school will receive recognition at Topeka on May 1st. The students and staff celebrated the news of the award this morning! view image

Stacey Green

Stacey Green

7 days ago

Redesign Spotlight What is PBL? Project Based Learning (PBL) is a teaching method that is focused on student learning goals through knowledge and skills gained by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to authentic and engaging questions, problems, or challenges. PBL focuses around 8 essential project design elements: Key knowledge, understanding, and success skills Challenging problem/question Sustained inquiry Authenticity Student voice & choice Reflection Critique & revision Public product These design elements work together to help students develop 21st century soft skills while also gaining the content knowledge necessary for academic success. Students get the the opportunity to dig deeper into an area they are interested in by developing driving questions and solving authentic, real-world problems. Project Based Learning creates an environment for teachers to target not only content knowledge gained, but also development of the skills needed to be successful in the 21st century. This kind of approach allows students to explore their own interests while meeting content standards and real-world skills in ways that are authentic and meaningful. Both content knowledge and 21st century skills are obtained by completing long term projects that are focused around 8 essential project design elements: knowledge, understanding, and success skills, a challenging problem or question, sustained inquiry, authenticity, student voice and choice, reflection, critique and revision, and finally, a public product. Project Based Learning requires active participation by students, which makes school more engaging while focusing on the application of the knowledge students are gaining. By giving students the opportunities to take initiative and responsibility for learning, we can help all reach their potential with a successful project that has real-world impact. view image

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