On Thursday evening, January 11, ConVal Regional High School students shared their excitement about learning with more than 300 members of the public.
For two hours, students gave presentations and explained classroom projects, internships, and extended learning opportunities that involved project-based learning. They demonstrated work they had completed in subjects as diverse as art, entrepreneurship, child growth and development, ceramics, engineering, English, film music scoring, graphic design, history, mathematics, physics, robotics, science and world languages.
Stations included, among many others, 3D body scanning, architecture displays, augmented reality-enhanced presentations in English, computer tablet drawing with a live model, Q&A sessions about internships with area businesses and organizations, a remote-controlled wheelchair, student-created websites, poetry recitations in German and Spanish, woodshop projects, and the performance of the Macbeth-based comedy “Danes of Our Lives.”
Below is the program of the evening, followed by a series of snapshots from the event.