17 Apr BRAA Transitions to Remote Learning
BRAA Transitions to Remote Learning!
Burlington arts center
Thanks to the team effort of our teachers and staff at Burlington Royal Arts Academy we were able to ensure a smooth transition to learning remotely online! Our students have been engaged and innovative, and they have shown positive energy and enthusiasm toward this new way of learning.
Here are some of the things students have been working on…
In Ms. Watson’s geography class students are investigating common resources in our world that are being collectively abused and may be at risk. Students used Google Slides to create presentations that they then shared with their classmates.
In Ms. Cohen’s art classes, students are reflecting upon material items that create waste in our world. Using the elements and principles of design and the elements of photography, students are constructing what is known as a Lay Down Photo. In essence they have purposefully created a still life that is aesthetically pleasing. Objects are placed mindfully to create intentional balance, harmony, and focus. They have considered viewpoint, background as well as lighting. Check out some of the students’ amazing work below!
In Mr. Fu’s math class students have been continuing with their study of Polynomial Inequalities…
In Ms. Gondosch’s Drama class students took virtual tours of theatre venues around the world! Students “travelled” to a theatre space of their choosing and took some time to explore on their own. After exploring, students researched the venue in more detail, collecting interesting facts and videos that they then shared with one another in their online classroom! Click the link below to enjoy some of these theatre venues yourself!
https://artsandculture.google.com/story/1gJiszMqltReJA?hl=en&fbclid=IwAR221bBJCBI-eJmE-wyn1bDUTcdHO16oOrvKLiXnaIIilQSMsh3KOkDYkFwStudents also had the opportunity to connect with set and costume designer Kelly Wolf, who joined the drama Zoom classroom to answer questions about designing for theatre. Thank you Kelly!