Our Learning

Reading: How can I build a good reading life? How and why do readers get to know characters?

Writing: How do I share my life in my writing? How do good readers talk and write about ideas we have from reading?

Math: Why is mental math an important tool and when would I use it? What is the benefit of organizing mathematical data into plots and graphs? What would life be like without a certain polygon, like the triangle?

Science: How is energy transferred and conserved?

Social Studies: Why do groups of people have conflict?

Reading: How and why do readers get to know characters? How can books connect to our lives?

Writing: How do good readers talk and write about ideas we have from reading? How can I express myself through poetry?

Math: What method of division am I most comfortable using to solve division problems? How can finding fractions & percents help me in the real world? What is a good sample size for a survey to be credible?

Science: How is energy transferred and conserved? How and why is Earth constantly changing?

Social Studies: Why do groups of people have conflict? How do new technologies change the way people live and think?

Reading: How do good readers share and grow ideas together? Why do readers read fantasy?

Writing: How can I use writing to communicate my opinions?

Math: In what real-world situations would I use negative numbers? How can the unit fraction be the most powerful tool when thinking proportions and discounts? If a room is not a perfect rectangle, how can the area be calculated?

Science: How and why is Earth constantly changing? How do environments support life?

Social Studies: How do new technologies change the way people live and think? How does someone know how to behave, even when that person is not told how to?

Reading: How do readers read and interpret historical fiction? Why is it important to develop my own ideas and understandings?

Writing: How do I use what I know about good writing to create an engaging fantasy story? How do I teach others about content areas?

Math: How is an algebraic equation like a pan balance? In what real-life situations would I need to know surface area? What is the mathematical process for counting combinations of choices?

Science: How do environments support life?

Social Studies: How does someone know how to behave, even when that person is not told how to?

Observation, such as kid-watching and complex, strategic data-collection, will be used to assess attitude of disposition, depth of understanding, and skill ability.

Contextual tasks, such as authentic audience and real situations existing beyond the school, will be used to assess attitude of disposition, depth of understanding, skill ability, and knowledge-base.

School-related projects or performances, such as a science fair or other school-related complex task, will be used to assess attitude of disposition, depth of understanding, skill ability, and knowledge-base.

Academic prompts, such as essays, formal speeches, or presentations, will be used to assess skill ability and knowledge-base.

Short constructed responses, such as fill in the blank, short answer, and diagram activities, will be used to assess skill ability and knowledge-base.

Selected responses, such as true or false and multiple choice activities, will be used to assess knowledge-base.

Jardine, Lucas, Bryan, Joan, and Sally work to clean a computer's power supply unit.
Vivian does it up for the Fourth flag art project.
Peter, Jeremy, and Bryan celebrate Peter's less-than-one-minute Rubik's Cube completion.
Matthew and Jardine put their computer back together.
Yeonsue reads aloud If You Take a Mouse to School to her peers.
Yeonsue and Jenny work together to create their Type book on the iPad.
John brushes masterfully his orange sunset backing his amusement park.
Hold your head high when bearing struggles.
Edward and Joan tackle math. Hard.
I couldn't have said it better myself.
Sun, Amber, and Alina perform during the 5B and Grade Two musical dress rehearsal.
Having a sweet Saturday.
The first graders entertained us with their Life Cycles Musical.
Edward joins Judy, Joan, and Bryan for book club, talking about historical fiction book Belle Teal.
Ms. Hall holds her Teacher Day flowers as she pauses for a photo with Bryan.
Will we make time? Will we slow down and experience creation?
Phuc An shares his fantasy story with his mom and sister, Ngan An.
John explores online to find coral reef images for his research essay.
Lucas enjoys APIS students' artwork and writing published in the 2014 - Fourth Edition - Pacific Pencil magazine.
Sally, Edward, and Erica create a video with Mr. Woodrow to advertise the Grade 2 and 5B musical.
You only have to know one thing: you can learn anything! http://t.co/RnvJTLlsx0 #youcanlearnanything via @khanacademy2 weeks agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I am thankful that I got to play Roblox for one hour. -Alina #thankful #5thchat #apiskorea4 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I'm thankful that I ate new foods at culture fair. -John S. #thankful #5thchat #apiskorea5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I am thankful that I had costumes to look like Big Friendly Giant. #5thchat #apiskorea #thankful5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I am thankful for playing Class Craft. -Sun #thankful #5thchat #apiskorea5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I'm thankful that I can go to jamborie and play with another school. -John S. #thankful #5thchat #apiskorea5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
We learned about powers of 10 with the Scale of Universe - Interactive Scale of the Universe Tool http://t.co/2jvPE7qFZI #5thchat #apiskorea5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I am thankful that I had a comfortable - non stressful - time in class. -Jio #5thchat #apiskorea #thankful5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite
I'm thankful that I had some good sleep. -Lucas #thankful #5thchat5 months agoReplyRetweetFavorite

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