PARAMUS, N.J. -- Students at the Frisch School, in Paramus, recently displayed their projects about Sefer Zechariah to faculty and students at the school.
Juniors in Morah Racheli’s Navi class each examined one of the prophecies from Zechariah's visions -- including creating a visual representation. Their creativity took a variety of forms, from 3-D printing to stop-motion video.Racheli described the projects on the school's website:
Project-based learning, like this example from my classroom, is the best way for students to tap into their ability to self-introspect, and inspires them to think of what they’re researching and how it applies to them and their lives today.
This project comes at a critical time in juniors’ lives, when they are getting ready to go to Israel and college. I’m in awe of how creative my students are and the beautiful projects they create.
For more information about the school, visit its website.
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