It’s crucial that adolescents feel safe in testing these “what ifs.” And it’s equally crucial for them to experience the scientific method. Ideally both in and out of the classroom. At Arthur Morgan School, this is a priority.
Every year when our 18 Day Field Trips return home, students share their experiences with their peers, parents, teachers, and community members. Trip sharing is a community event to which all of Celo is invited. It is an opportunity for students to proudly present what they learned while traveling. It also gives them the opportunity […]
When most educators talk about experiential learning, they typically apply the concept to higher education or work training. They think of experiential learning as a way to prepare college graduates or new hires for employment. Unfortunately when the term is applied to middle school classrooms, experiential learning usually has a more watered down connotation. Websites […]
Service learning has always been a part of Arthur Morgan School’s 18 day field trips. Even in the school’s earliest trips, staff and students found communities that needed helping hands. The tradition continues today with the school’s current field trips. Through hard work and new relationships, our middle schoolers are gaining an understanding of why […]
In most situations if you start talking about the weather it means your have run out of things to say. For Arthur Morgan School’s Coastal Ecology and Climate Change field trip, however, weather is just the beginning of the conversation. Every spring, AMS sends its middle schoolers out on 18 day field trips. The trips […]
If middle schoolers could learn about anything, what would they choose? At Arthur Morgan School, we ask our students this question every year. During the 18 Day Field Trip unit, our students help develop their classes by providing input on what they want to learn. Our teachers then create engaging courses and 18 day long […]