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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Schilling students learn with internet

"For nearly six weeks, Schilling School third-graders have been using the Internet to connect with students in Missouri, Minnesota and Canada." inform The Lockport Legend.

Schilling School third-graders listen as a student from Missouri shares his thoughts about “Fish in a Tree” with the group on Dec. 31. 
Photo: The Lockport Legend

The students have practiced their reading and comprehension skills by reading the book “Fish in a Tree” together.

Fish in a Tree

Schilling third-grade teacher Tasha Ohotzke was among those to sign her class up for the project this year.

Each week, for nearly six weeks, students would gather around Ohotzke’s laptop for a Google Hangout with the other students.

Source: The Lockport Legend
For nearly six weeks, Schilling School third-graders have been using the Internet to connect with students in Missouri, Minnesota and Canada.
The students have practiced their reading and comprehension skills by reading the book “Fish in a Tree” together.
Schilling third-grade teacher Tasha Ohotzke was among those to sign her class up for the project this year.
Each week, for nearly six weeks, students would gather around Ohotzke’s laptop for a Google Hangout with the other students.


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