Explore, Create & Collaborate Technology @ the Sheehan School

The Sheehan School staff strive to provide student-centered, engaging, collaborative learning opportunities. We facilitate student use of technology for critical thinking, responsible use, problem solving, and inquiry. Our students are developing skills and competencies necessary to adapt to and thrive in an ever-changing society.

Students collaborate to solve a series of problems and puzzles to unlock the hidden clues. Lock boxes provide an element of suspense and excitement as students collaborate to solve math problems, science challenges and more!
Breakout EDU
Global Learning with Mystery Skype
Mystery Skype

Fourth graders meet students from across the country via Skype. Students ask the mystery class 'yes' or 'no' questions to determine their location. All students utilize critical thinking and mapping skills to eliminate states on their maps and generate follow-up questions as they narrow down the possibilities. Students must work as a team, using listening and communication skills. This year we have "met" students from California, Washington, Texas, Illinois, Nebraska and many more states!

Creating, coding and exploring in the Library
Using technology to engage, explore, create, share and learn

Join us for an interactive workshop to explore the Google Platform on Thursday, March 30. Register here! You won't want to miss this informative evening!

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