The snoring dog is the first clue that this is not an ordinary 7th grade classroom. It’s the sunroom at Sophia Doebbert’s home, which is her classroom for about half of the school year. It looks like mission control, with Sophia at the center of an arc of computer screens, her motorized wheelchair temporarily in “park.” Winston, the dog, is sleeping noisily on her lap, but Sophia is alert and working hard.
Learn more about the programs and projects the Edina Education Fund supports at the 20th Anniversary Show and Tell Luncheon, Monday, Feb. 22. The event features displays and demonstrations by Innovation Grant recipients.
Canada no longer uses pennies! This was a surprising information that kindergarteners in Angela Gatke’s Countryside classroom learned last week. Also surprising, might be the way they learned it – from a classroom of kindergarteners in Calgary.