Monthly Archives: October 2016

A case for getting our students to access their “right” brain on a regular basis. By Gena Fields, Art Teacher at Park Academy October 2016 When I accepted the Art Teacher position at Park Academy, I knew I was in new territory. I have had over 10 years of teaching experience with all different types of students in grades K-12. […]
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Mrs. Nemer’s class conducted a Love/Hate #2 experiment. This is a non-quantifiable science project based upon a Japanese researcher, Dr. Masuru Emoto, who looked at how ice crystals formed when exposed to positive words vs. negative words. This video highlights how his experiment turned out. We wanted to test this theory. With our experiment, we used freshly cooked rice instead […]
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