Renaissance in the News: A Round Square Education in Action at Renaissance’s Science Week

Upon hearing the panicked squeals and shrieks, one might think someone was being tortured in the Renaissance classroom, but the students were actually excitedly conducting a science experiment by placing live crickets in a variety of environments to investigate which climate they preferred.
The hands-on lesson was part of an exploration of the world’s declining bug population. Meanwhile, across campus, grade 11 students were demonstrating a water filtration system and explaining to a younger class the importance of water in an ecosystem. The activities were part of Science Week at the school that incorporates Round Square ideals into the normal curriculum.

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