This spring, Kent Innovation High’s Economics/English classes (grade 11) engaged in a project connecting art to real-world economic issues. Students began by studying supply and demand shifts and the role these play in the national marketplace.
Four short stories by powerhouse authors including Kurt Vonnegut and Chinua Achebe created a lens by which students could understand the personal impact of economic shifts including poverty, government intervention, immigration, and more. Continue reading Kent Innovation High Students Enter ArtPrize
Miles and miles of trenches snaked through the landscape of Western Europe from 1914 to 1918, often only a few miles apart. Hundreds of thousands of soldiers fought and died in trenches, some only a few feet deep. Rain flooded the trench, rodents and insects infested the men, and the dead were a constant reminder to the living for what may lie ahead.” (Trench Warfare in WWI, Slide Share, 4)
History classes teach about WWI and Trench Warfare, but how many of them help their students relive this experience?
Every year, Trevor Muir at Kent Innovation High, helps his Global Studies students learn Continue reading The time to innovate is now!