Tag Archives: experiential learning

A Bird in the Hand

It was a gorgeous day for AP Environmental Science students to visit Plymouth’s Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences. Manomet promotes the conservation of natural resources to benefit wildlife and human populations, and builds science-based, cooperative solutions to environmental problems through research … Continue reading

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A Plane Explanation

Faculty member Mike Kalin taught his U.S. History students a memorable lesson by rushing them to create a fleet of paper airplanes given limited time, but still demanding peak product performance. Following the exercise, during which several workers were “fired,” … Continue reading

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Student Global Leadership Institute

Three Nobles students and faculty member Pascal Maharjan took part in this years Student Global Leadership Institute in Honolulu Hawaii. The Institute focuses on collaborative community service projects that address worldwide issues. For more information click here.

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Independent Projects

Fifty-two members of Class I presented independent projects to family, faculty and friends during Class I Projects Night. The eclectic range of projects included building a guitar from scraps, composing a cookbook, producing a play, creating videos, constructing a whale … Continue reading

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China Trip

It’s been an incredible trip thus far for students visiting China. They completed their first week, where they have been living with host families, attending classes at the #57 school, sightseeing and visiting places such as the Capital Museum, Yuanmigyan … Continue reading

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Soaking in the Culture

Nobles students learn to play the koto at Sapporo Intercultural and Technological High School (SIT) in Japan. Eleven students and two faculty members are attending classes at SIT, staying with host families and exploring Kyoto, Hiroshima, Tokyo and other cities.

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NH Farm/Food Systems Trip

A small group of Nobles students and faculty chaperones recently spent a week in a rural NH community (where they met “Billy” the goat), examining how small food systems function. The seven-day excursion to the Monadnock region included daily community … Continue reading

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Middle School Day of Service

The rain may have moved Middle Schoolers inside, but it didn’t stop them from serving at sites all over greater Boston. Above, a student helps assemble a beehive at the Franklin Park Zoo.

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