Parenting in a Digital Age in the Elementary School
This week we hosted a workshop focusing on Parenting in a Digital Age.
The focus of this workshop was on:
- where does technology fit into the curriculum at Seisen
- technology and its impact on social, emotional and communication skills
- how parents can monitor their children's devices and support self control around technology
- ES technology policy Q & A
If you would like any further support on how to set up family sharing on other devices (non apple products) please contact Mr Grant Haggerty - firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Raphaela Day and Writing Celebration
Students investigate equivalent fraction concepts
Grade 5 explores symbolism and archetypes with fantasy books.
Grade 4 / 5 team are second in the Sakura Book Bowl Competition.
Grade 5 students solve a local conflict
Grade 5 students compose music for a simulated video project.
Grade 5 students investigate chemical change.
Music by Massenet, Beethoven, Kreisler, and Honstein filled the Music Room this week.
Students in grade 5 investigate properties of matter and how these properties are used by society.
Grade 5 students handle data and explore landmarks and graphing options.
Grade 5 and 6 share their work from the How the World Works unit of inquiry.
Parents and daughters work together to investigate building healthy relationships during adolescence.
Students investigate intellectual change by conducting a social experiment.
Students explore the role of communication in relationships.
Goal refection and Book Bowl Team.