Imagination Station

  • MMSOA brings back the News Show

    The News Show may look a little different this year, but Marrington Middle School of the Arts successfully found a way to bring the show back this semester -- and this time around, it features sixth-graders.

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  • FBE second-graders take on Holidays Matter Experiment

    Foxbank Elementary second-grade teacher Ashley Cox helped her students understand the three states of matter by adding a little winter twist to it.

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  • Students get crafty with Thanksgiving Robot Parade

    This fun Thanksgiving-themed activity incorporated many elements of STEAM, and it was something that could be shared with an audience via video.

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  • Sixth-graders' emojis depict current events

    The goal of Melissa Ankersen’s lesson is for students to design their own emoji for the purpose of communicating about a current event.

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  • HANDS-ON LESSON HELPS CERDEP STUDENTS 'HUNT' FOR THEIR NAMES

    This hands-on lesson with 4-year-old kindergartners results in students learning through play.

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  • Snap Circuit Kits: Electric Circuit Exploration

    Third-grade teacher Kym Lawrence shares a way she got her students engaged in a hands-on activity during a lesson on magnetism and electricity.

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  • Continuing school spirit at Marrington Elementary

    From red, white and blue on Mondays to red, blue, orange, purple and green on Fridays, students and staff have a unique way of showing school spirit, leadership and unification through a couple of weekly traditions that students and teachers are continuing -- even through virtual learning.

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  • Philip Simmons Elementary's got talent

    After having to cancel its production of "The Music Man," Philip Simmons Elementary decided to host a virtual talent show.

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  • A 'mathemagical' night, done virtually

    Schools have found ways to provide fun events on a virtual platform. Math Night for Nexton Elementary was no exception when Media Specialist Cheryl Brinkley and Assistant Principal Tara Baker organized the school's first-ever virtual Math Night on April 28

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  • Sedgefield Middle makes strides in virtual learning

    Teachers and administrators at Sedgefield Middle aren't holding back. From TikTok challenges to "wake up" exercises for teachers, they are doing everything they can to evolve as educators and engage students.

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  • Mount Holly teacher performs song to reach students

    Mount Holly Elementary music teacher Sarah Red wrote a song to sum up how teachers miss their students.

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  • Students at Cross Middle/High to create museum

    There’s a vision of the future at Cross Middle/High School, and it includes a state-of-the-art focus on the past.

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  • Exceptional Coffee at Sangaree Middle

    On the campus of Sangaree Middle, students with special needs and their general education peers team up to make coffee, hot chocolate and cider for faculty and staff members at the school. The weekly activity has become a big business and one of the sweetest things you'll ever witness.

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  • Math or Treat

    Math exercises at Macedonia Middle Thursday are expected to be fang-tastic! For the first time ever, the school has planned a Math or Treat, and the trailer created to get students excited provides a good “sine” of things to come.

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  • APUSH Catch Phrase

    Goose Creek High’s Jessica Olin has found a way to help students conquer the year-end exam while also having fun and learning (versus memorizing) the content. It’s a game called APUSH (A.P. U.S. History) Catch Phrase, and through its regular implementation in the classroom, students are able to recall information, verbalize what they have learned and write about it.

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  • Speed dating with BOOKS!

    Berkeley High teacher Mrs. Megan Minkin ponders every day on how she can get students to read more. Her desire to get her students reading in an apprmpt to enforce critical thinking, improve writing and etc. is what prompted a special lesson she launched in her class this year.

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