Hill School Participants Explore Technology Lessons
Hill School trustees interviewed students about “design thinking” and other topics
POTTSTOWN PA – Administrators, trustees, parents and selected students at The Hill School, Beech Street, met Friday (Oct. 3, 2014) to talk in part about future classes and curriculum to be offered at the private educational institution. As with many other area schools preparing students for colleges and careers, technology, engineering and related subjects were high on the agenda.
And apparently, given photos the school published on Twitter, the discussions involved as much show as tell.
After hearing a state of the school address by Headmaster Zachary Lehman, the group dived into exercises that had them designing towers made of spaghetti, sharing information on the use of classroom technology, and conducting interviews on what an engineering program might look like. Cooperation among the participants was “enthusiastic,” The Hill said on its social media accounts.
- See a gallery of 6 photos taken by The Hill of Friday’s trustees meetings. Click on any thumbnail photo below to see it on a separate page, then click the photo there to see it in full size.
Photos from The Hill School via Twitter