Do you know that learning styles are distinctly different from intelligence, ability and personality? Read the new JMHS blog post Train Your Brain for High School Online Learning... ~ James Madison High School Online
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James Madison Critical Thinking Course: Interpret and apply complex texts, instructions, illustrations, etc. Recognize and clarify issues, claims, arguments, and explanations Distinguish: conclusions, premises (reasons), arguments, explanations, assumptions (stated/unstated), issues, claims (statements), suppositions, unstated conclusions, unstated premises and implications Recognize ambiguity and unclearness in claims, arguments, and explanations + more!!
Which types of fruit make the most seeds? In the "How Many Seeds Do Different Types of Fruit Produce?" #science project, students put their observation and counting skills to work as they investigate and compare different fruits to calculate the productivity for each type of fruit. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/PlantBio_p019.shtml?from=Pinterest; Image: Dr. Renfroe, James Madison University] #STEM #scienceproject