Session 6, Week 5, Year 2
One of our Eagles finished Lexia this week and is moving onto No Red Ink! She tells Eagles how she persevered and sacrificed many days of free time in order to finish. All the Eagles gathered around her and congratulated her!
There is no one specific way to achieve scientific progress. One may be…
For Quest this week, we focused on Sir Issac Newton! The Eagles experimented with his laws and wanted to challenge themselves to create their own Newton's Cradle!
The Eagles are currently wrapping up their creative writing stories and asking peers for feedback!
Repetition until mastery: Deliberate practice requires you to keep working on your weaknesses, stay on task, and get feedback until you master your specific goalWorking on weaknesses: Rather than doing things that you already do well, deliberate practice focuses on the things that are hard for youFeedback: Deliberate practice involves finding out what you got right and where you made mistakes by asking a buddy or checking your workFull concentration: Deliberate practice is difficult when you face distractions that make it hard to stay on task, like noise, or people nearbyThese are the challenges the Eagles are faced with everyday and they are in charge of their own hero's journey!
We celebrated St. Patrick's Day with one of our Eagle's birthday! Happy Birthday Nick!