Blog posts tagged with "mrs. beth shenberger"
Ashland Christian School is the recipient of the Governor's Thomas Edison Awards for Excellence in Stem Education and Student Research
Mr. Jason Davis and Mrs. Beth Shenberger's classes collaborated with partner, STEM Accelerated Coding, for the Fight for Right project! Students set out to solve the question, how will you make today GREAT? GREAT stands for: God is my example; Reach out to others; Everyone needs a friend; Acceptance; Treat others like you want to be treated. Mr. Jason Davis and Mrs. Beth Shenberger had students conduct research to define potential bullying issues within schools. Mrs. Beth Szijarto explained what G.R.E.A.T. was within the Fight for Right project, then had students engineer a prototype that provides a way for anonymous community feedback about how to make today GREAT. 4th and 5th grade students helped build an ArcGIS Story Map through geospatial technology and added maps about students that reported being bullied and that felt left out in schools across Ohio! Great job students! How will YOU make today GREAT? #ACSArcGIS #HowWillYouMakeTodayGreat #FightForRightProject #STEMAcceleratedCodingGISEdLeader
Mrs. Beth Shenberger's 4th graders investigated the Underground Railroad! They were able to analyze maps of those enslaved in 1860. Students found 11 Underground Railroads in Ohio and the distance from Ashland to those locations.Mrs. Beth Shenberger's 4th graders investigated the Underground Railroad! They were able to analyze maps of those enslaved in 1860. Students found 11 Underground Railroads in Ohio and the distance from Ashland to those locations. Students used ArcGIS mapping, measurement, and analysis to engineer the shortest route from Ashland to each of the 11 sites across Ohio! They validated routes by measuring distance and found the shortest path to Oberlin by using geospatial analysis! #STEMUndergroundRailroad #ACSGeospatialTechnology