‘21st Century Learning’ at Del Mar Hills

Elsa and Meara Demko

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Del Mar Hills Academy held an event titled “21st Century Learning Night and the Common Core at the Hills for Pre-K-6th Grade Students and Their Parents”
on March 26.

An overview of Common Core and the social curriculum — “Quantum Learning and the 8 Keys of Excellence” — was presented. The event also featured two 30-minute information sessions about how the Hills is preparing students for the future.  Information sessions included the opportunity to explore hands-on Science, CGI Math, Math Games, Chrome Books, Narrative Chains and P.E.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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