BELMONT — Churning butter. Designing and constructing tea crates. Conducting a smallpox infection simulation.
These probably aren’t the types of activities that you’d expect to see in elementary and middle school classrooms.
But they’re just the sort of innovative hands-on learning projects that teachers at Genesee Valley Central School are designing to engage their students in the classroom.
Three Genesee Valley teachers shared these and other innovative practices at the 55th annual New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE) conference on Nov. 23 and 24.
The conference, held virtually this year, draws educators from across the state to share ideas that school districts can implement to improve education through the innovative and effective use of technology.
Genesee Valley library media specialist,…