VIRTUAL CLASSROOM WALLS: Awesome Spartan Student Work!
Here you will find work that teachers want to feature as extraordinary for many reasons! We can't put great student work on our classroom walls anymore, but we are excited to share what students are doing online. Check out the great student work below...
Mrs. Morley’s Classroom
Mrs. Wooten’s Classroom
Mr. Kota’s Classroom
Mrs. Trinh’s Classroom
Art 2: Realistic Shoe Graphite Drawing
Ms. Schaefer’s Classroom
English II Honors students talk about theme in their Holocaust novel.
Mrs. Dorman’s Classroom
African American Studies:
My African American Studies class did a unit on "Middle Class Durham" during the Jim Crow Era to highlight the achievements of local African Americans of North Carolina during a time that was stacked against them. Amaya did a good job of researching NCCU and its relation to building a middle class in Durham, North Carolina among the African American Community.
Here is another piece that was done from the same unit. We often think of the Greensboro Sit Ins as the catalyst for the sit in movement, however, in Durham this had already been going on. Students were surprised to know that.
This is part of a discussion board that was assigned after reading an article on "Middle Class Durham." What I love about the work that I am sending you to showcase is that these are all Seniors who in all reality didn't have to do any of it. They chose to keep their learning going.
Mrs. Faltynski-Privette's Classroom
Check out this math website David S. has compiled.
Mr. McDaniel's Classroom
Honors Chemistry student modeling Periodic Trend of Atomic Radius
Mrs. Gage's Classroom
Occupational Course of Study Portfolio Presentation: overview of 4 years of
job experiences and training
Ms. Hunte's Classroom
Ms. Murphy's Classroom
Journal Entry from Sajiah T.
Pick one of the words below, and start writing stream-of-conscious (whatever comes to your mind).
The hot wind whipped around him as he wandered through the streets. Sweating, his clothes stuck to his skin. He had no memory of what happened. He only had a map and a cloud of desperation hanging above him as he struggled to remember where he was going and what he was doing. The streets were bare, not a person in sight. He heard voices but he couldn’t tell from where. He saw a bright light at the end of a road. He was too scared to follow it so he turned around. The pressure started to build in his mind, the voices got louder, and the light got brighter, forcing him to turn around. Hesitantly he walked towards the light. It was hard for him to see so he closed his eyes, his fears taking over. To his left, a voice told him to open his eyes. When he did, he realized he was no longer trapped in the barren society called his mind. He was in a hospital room with doctors and his family all standing around him.