Projects Worth Sharing

The 4th Annual Student Inquiry Project Talks (SIP Talks)

Students have been working hard for months and they're ready to share with the world.

Students from Arlington, Highland and New Paltz have been actively working on research projects that have taken them out of the classroom and into the real world. The project is based on Google's 80/20 principle in which engineers spend 80% of their time on assigned projects and 20% of their time on self-directed projects aimed at benefiting the company as a whole. Classrooms around the world, from K-12, have adopted this philosophy, focusing more and more on inquiry-driven, project-based assessments. On Thursday, students from each school will present their projects to a wider audience.

SIP Talks: An Evening of Ideas, Inquiry, and Discussion

Thursday, June 9th, 5-7:30pm

1 Hawk Dr

New Paltz, NY

We will be at SUNY New Paltz in the Coykendall Science Building (above pink dotted line on printable map).


Click here for directions (printable map).

Schedule

  • 5:00-5:15: Opening remarks
  • 5:15-7:15: Presentations by students from Arlington, Highland, New Paltz and Wappingers.
  • 7:15-7:30: Closing remarks

A huge thanks to the Hudson Valley Writing Project for their support!


QUESTIONS?

Contact Steve Masson at smasson@highland-k12.org or Julie Jee at jjee@acsdny.org.


CAN'T MAKE IT?

Watch the Google Hangout live stream at: http://bit.ly/siplive.