Room 143 Monthly
Monthly News from Room 143. For Adults, By Students!
Caution: Geniuses at Work
What are you passionate about? Well, Genius Hour is a new project we started in school. Genius Hour is when you can explore about your passion and research about it. After we research and get the materials we can try planning and building our passion out. If our materials and building don’t work keep doing it over and over until you succeed. In our school, the classes involved are Miss Karamanos and Ms. Steinheber, Ms. Lindsey, and Mrs. Medler and Ms. Petruzzi. Everyone has a different passion, but some people have similar ideas. The different groups are animals, coding, architects, animation, making an app, and much more! There are a few steps until the end. Don’t RUSH because you have enough time. We are now at the end where we take all our research, make it, and try it!
By: Rahil and Sasmita
Playground Math Projects
Kahoot on Skype!
Google says that,” A Kahoot is a collection of questions on specific topics. Created by teachers, students, business-people and social users, they are asked in real-time, to an unlimited number of “players”, creating a social, fun and game-like learning environment.” It is very important to use this kind of website because it can teach kids lots of new things in a really fun way.
Did you know you can Skype and do kahoot at the same time? We do! We skype to play Kahoot with kids all over the place, like in New Jersey, Ohio, and even Edison! You should try it!
By: Brianna and James
Our Fantastic Commercial
Each group was sitting at a table with a coffee mug for each person while filming. Captain Underpants and The Wrath of The Wicked Wedgie Woman made it to the finals but Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules didn't. In the round The Final Four Captain Underpants and The Wrath of The Wicked Wedgie Woman got 204 votes and the book Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules got 67 votes. These are the amazing things that happened from the cause of our commercials.
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By: Gina, Melanie, Lyannah, Kevin