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Thursday, November 12 • 12:45pm - 1:40pm
Investigative Journalism in Our Communities LIMITED

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Students followed an inquiry approach to learning by choosing a topic of personal interest, interviewing experts, conducting and graphing surveys, scouring local news sources, and collaborating with their peers toward creating videos that were meant to make a difference in their communities. Topics included:
Drivers and Bikers, a Bad Marriage
Why is Florida so bad at Solar?
Are Private School Elitist Institutions?
A Cost-Benefit Analysis of our $12 million pool
The Benefits of Community Gardens
Look Out! There are Manatees in the Water!

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Jeremiah Rosenfels

Teacher, Ransom Everglades
Jeremiah has been teaching social science courses at the high school level for fifteen years, in both public and private schools, in New York City, North Carolina, Miami, and Costa Rica. He is currently teaching AP Psychology, Economics, and World History at Ransom Everglades Upper School here in Coconut Grove, FL. A firm believer in project-based learning and students conducting their own primary social science research, Jeremiah's weaves... Read More →


Thursday November 12, 2015 12:45pm - 1:40pm
J-204

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