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CHADWICK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

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Overview:

Nearly every

PYP Unit of Inquiry has some project component; the Design Studio serves as an ideal space where students can create projects to their maximum ability in a highly supported enriched environment. The design cycle is utilized as the basic framework to explore challenging curriculum driven projects.

Formula: Outstanding technology + Large variety of art supplies, tools, and construction materials + UoI driven project + Project based learning + Teacher & Technology Integration Specialist support + Spacious workspaces and storage areas + Design Cycle

= Highly engaging student center projects that enable kids to realize their full potential.


GRADE 4 INTERACTIVE CLUBHOUSES

Using programmable Picoboards Ms. Phillips’s class brought their clubhouses to life with: ringing doorbells, flushing toilets, barking dogs, and lots more! Using Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Scratch programming language and programmable Picoboards (which allow your computer to interact with the physical world) students took on the challenge of adding interactive features to the clubhouses they designed in their Math unit. Check out the video for more! Clubhouse Lane, Chadwick International School• South Korea


Robot

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HUMAN

CHALLENGE: BUILD A ROBOT THAT CAN DRIP WATER ONTO A COIN MORE CONSISTENTLY THAN A HUMAN. WATCH THE VIDEO TO SEE WHO WINS! MS Science: Mr. Tilly & Mr. Donahue


Robotic Bubble Machines Robotics Community Program Can you design a robot that blows bubbles?

Design Challenge Brief: -Can blow at least 2 bubbles per minute for 10 mins -Uses a max of 2 Pico Cricket brains -Works independently of humans -Contains at least 1 gear ratio -Can mix materials w/Legos -Can not glue or cut Legos -Uses a max of 3 motors


PreK Builds Robotic Cars!

PreK Takes on 3 Days of Design Challenges Connected to Their Unit on Transportation: Day 1: Build a Car Day 2: Build a Bridge and/or Ramp Day 3: Connect the Motor and Navigate an Obstacle Course


Challenge Build a typical home from one of the following cultures: Indian, Arab, Eskimo, Latin

KINDERGARTEN BUILDS

HOMES


Kinder Builds Homes FROM AROUND THE WORLD!

Saudi Arabia / Peru / Inuit / India


Grade 5 Google Ea rth Interactive Migration Journey

The story of our collective roots told through an interactive journey around the world...complete with narratives, timelines, and a few videos.

Please follow the QR Code to hear a grade 5 student explain this amazing project!


21 OCT 2011

GRADE 2 STOP-MOTION

ANIMATION Grade 2 created stop-motion animations to highlight what they learned about health & wellbeing.

FILMS: SOPHIA, RAYMOND, WONSEOK, ROSEMARY

SICKNESS PREVENTION FROM GERMS ANDREW, CLAIRE, OLIVIA, TIMO

GERMS ARE SPREADING & LOTS MORE!


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Can young kids program computers? Challenge: Program your own aquarium!

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Brian

Sung min

Claire

Jina

Joanna

Seamus

Eric

Kevin

Robert

Jay

Olivia

Ian

Michael

Jinsung

Rosa

Our Counting Books WE ENJOYED READING ANNO’S COUNTING BOOK SO MUCH WE DECIDED TO MAKE OUR OWN...PLEASE FOLLOW THE QR CODES TO SEE OUR STORIES!


Grade 5

Google Sketchup w/ Google Earth Project

Challenge:

Design & build your own 3D building using Google Sketchup. Convert your building measurements from meters to feet and import the building into Google Earth.


Andrew

Rex

Tommy

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Jack

Finn

Nick

Daniel

Jenny

Sarah

Alex

Amanda

Jane

Olivia

Ian

Harry

Jaeyong

Dylan

Terry

Jino

Andrew

Terry

Yeonseo

Cindy

Teddy

Tech CAPTAINS

FEARLESS, FRIENDLY, FAITHFUL:

When in need / there is always / a Tech Captain / close by / to save your day.

Ed Tech Integration Projects Aug-Nov 2011  

Ed tech projects, programs, and overview

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