Students prepare long and hard for these presentations; part of their reward is explaining the complexities of their research to an attentive audience.
This is where you come in! You do not need to be an expert in the field of the particular presentation: a specific rubric for evaluation will be handed to you at the start of the panel and you will be able to both record your individual input as well as hear the other panelists’ input at the end. Your feedback helps improve students’ projects!
6th Grade Roundtable - June 19
8th Grade PBATs - June 12-14 & June 18
10G Humanities Social Justice - June 11 & 12
10G Spanish Panels - June 13 (Spanish Speakers)
10G Science Soap Project - June 14
11G History Panels (Round 2 & 3) - June 18 & June 21
11G Neuroscience Presentation (Round 2) June 22
This is also a great occasion to see the teachers in action: since they participate in the evaluation panel, you get to experience the high standards that they hold our students to first-hand! Incoming parents will find the PBAT’s quite enlightening in terms of what lies ahead for their children’s education. I know I did. Attending the PBAT’s confirmed for me that the learning that happens at ICE is what I definitely want for my children.
Betty, 6th Grade Parent